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Hate Group "Libs of TikTok" is Finally Banned, then Reinstated on Facebook

If you've watched as we have over the past few years to see anti-LGBTQ hate crimes, violence, and actions continue to rise at alarming rates, there are a few major hate groups to credit with that spike. One of them is "Libs of TikTok", run by a woman named Chaya Raichik.

She and her hate group have been known to send bomb threats to schools, got teachers fired for false allegations, and she's even credited with mocking the victims of the Club Q shooting in Colorado Springs on November 20, 2022. As you can see, there's a clear reason why her organization is a certified hate group and we all know them to be terrible people.

Whenever a school does something fantastic like holding a meeting for a GSA (Gender, Sexuality Alliance) Club meeting, if Chaya and her group find out about it, they rip it apart online. Keep in mind, in the United States, it is against federal law for a school to ban students from having a GSA or LGBTQ club of any kind. But this hate group will share everything on social media and encourage their supporters to call the school to demand they stop the LGBTQ club from existing.

If that doesn't work and the school doesn't terminate any LGBTQ activity, Libs of TikTok members have been known to give out the private addresses and phone numbers of teachers so they can be harassed, stocked, and even sometimes attacked by other followers. If even that doesn't work, she gets her audience to attack the school until they fire whatever teacher was administrating the club or fire whatever teachers they have that are LGBTQ.

The main woman, Chaya even called into a hospital one time and pretended to be a parent looking for gender-affirming care for "her child". When the hospital wouldn't give her an answer, Chaya just made one up and claimed the hospital was offering to perform surgery on her child right away. So, with that made-up answer in her social media feed, the hate group's followers immediately sent bomb threats, death threats, and more to the hospital - even though, the hospital never once said they would do anything Chaya claimed they would do.

If you remember the famous "Don't Say Gay" law in Florida, USA - that was started thanks to Libs of TikTok hate group. According to Christina Pushaw, the former press secretary of Governor Ron DeSantis (who, let's not forget, has been accused of grooming children himself), she credits the hate group Libs of TikTok with "opening her eyes" to the need for the "Don't Say Gay" law. Christina also said anyone who doesn't blindly support the "Don't Say Gay" law "must support pedophilia".

There has been a laundry list of things this hate group has done to promote violence and make the world a worse place. For her work, Chaya's gotten the endorsement and recommendations from neo-Nazis like Tucker Carlson, Jesse Watters, Joe Rogan, and Elon Musk who have all given this hate group a platform to thrive on far-right websites and social media.

While Twitter / X have recently changed all their terms and conditions to allow such hate groups to thrive and make millions of dollars, with much thanks to their new owner and neo-Nazi himself, Elon Musk; other platforms still have their same terms and conditions in place. Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, TikTok, and others have not changed their policies on what is and is not allowed on their platforms.

YouTube's Community Guidelines state: "Content that contains prolonged insults or slurs based on someone's intrinsic attributes [being LGBTQ is considered one of these]..." "Content uploaded with the intent to shame, deceive, or insult a minor." Both of these are against YouTube's guidelines and both of which the hate group Libs of TikTok does consistently. Yet the hate group has 45.2K subscribers on their active YouTube account.

Facebook and Instagram have a policy that states: "We're committed to making Facebook a safe place. We remove content that could contribute to a risk of harm to the physical security of persons. Content that threatens people has the potential to intimidate, exclude or silence others and isn't allowed on Facebook." They also say in the community standards: "We believe that all people are equal in dignity and rights. We expect that people will respect the dignity of others and not harass or degrade others."

On December 31, 2023, Libs of TikTok was banned from Facebook for violating these, and a laundry list of other terms of service repeatedly. Chaya then took to her Twitter / X platform where they have 2.7 Million followers. That audience then pressured Facebook, calling the move to ban their hate group on Facebook, "...censorship..." with a screenshot from Facebook saying the hate group violated their Community Standards.

But rather than standing by its termination of a LITERAL HATE GROUP, Facebook then reversed its decision with much thanks to the hate-fueled pressure from the hate group's far-right followers. So, now the hate group is back on Facebook but things are worse now than before. After this incident, they know if they just pressure and send enough threats to Facebook, the executives will cave and let them back on the platform. It means the hate group can do whatever they want now with no restrictions or consequences.

If you or I did the same thing - if we sent bomb threats to hospitals, doxxed teachers, threatened to blow up schools if they don't fire an LGBTQ teacher, or if we celebrated any shooting, let alone one that is deemed a hate crime against LGBTQ people, not only would Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter ban us for life but the FBI would be pressing charges against us for violating many, many laws.

But because her audience is crazy enough to target schools and hospitals, tech giants are too afraid to terminate them from their platforms.

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