For the past several years, conservative activist Chaya Raichik has used her Libs of TikTok Twitter account to publicize the indoctrination of children.
Raichik has plenty of detractors, and they include the corporate messaging firm Slack. Babylon Bee CEO Seth Dillon reported on Saturday that the company has banned her from using its service.
— Seth Dillon (@SethDillon) February 25, 2023
This is far from being the first time Raichik has been targeted by a big tech company, as Fox News reported that Twitter locked her account last year.
What's more, Facebook suspended her account around the same time after she exposed a gynecologist and obstetrician at Boston Children’s Hospital for promoting "gender-affirming hysterectomies."
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) August 11, 2022
The story revolves around an anthropomorphic lamb who discovers that her teacher, Mr. Wooly, is providing his students with candy and cake while telling them not to inform their parents. Mr. Wooly's motives become clear when he is revealed to be a wolf in sheep's clothing.
Raichik told the Post that the story was inspired by her efforts to expose radical educators who are bent on indoctrinating children.
"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," she said.
"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," Raichik added.
This past Friday, Raichik tweeted out evidence 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
Corporate censorship is not the only danger Raichik has faced, as the conservative activist told Fox News host Tucker Carlson that she was temporarily forced into hiding last year after being doxxed by Washington Post writer Taylor Lorenz.