Yet it now seems that Raichik is ready to embrace the spotlight. According to the New York Post, she's using a children's book to expose how the left targets kids.
Titled No More Secrets: The Candy Cavern, it focuses on an anthropomorphic lamb named Rose who attends elementary school.
Rose' new teacher insists on feeding her and the other lambs candy and neglecting their lessons, all while insisting that they keep his actions secret from their parents.
While mysterious at first, the teacher's real agenda eventually becomes obvious once it is revealed that he is a wolf in sheep's clothing.
That plotline mirrors how Raichik has spent the last several years exposing far-left teachers, relying on the videos that they themselves post to the Chinese social media platform TikTok.
Among her latest discoveries is that Florida's Hillsborough County Public Schools is offering pornographic material to children as young as 12.
GRAPHIC: @HillsboroughSch offers the pornographic book “Flamer” to students in over a dozen schools.
The book discusses masturbation, watching porn, and has graphic depictions of sexual acts.
This is what they’re giving 12-year-olds to read in school. pic.twitter.com/G5cvaFEziM
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) February 24, 2023
She also reported on a middle school in Washington State that is teaching children about homosexuality and transgenderism.
Received this from a middle school teacher in Washington State. This is in the curriculum for middle schoolers. They're teaching 12-year-olds about gay sex, pronouns, kids becoming transgender, terms like "cisgender" and "gender fluid" and that doctors assign a sex to babies. pic.twitter.com/kVxmZmUJZ0
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) February 21, 2023
"I wanted to do the next step, which is to give parents and children a tool that they can use to actually be able to spot predatory behavior," Raichik was quoted as telling the Post late last week.
"This book basically teaches children that if there is a trusted adult or an authority who’s telling you to keep secrets from your parents…then that is a big red flag," she continued.
In addition to being temporarily forced from her home by threats of violence, Raichik has faced efforts by big tech firms to censor her.
The Daily Caller reported on Sunday that she has been banned from using Slack for reasons that the company has yet to explain.