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Leaked messages reportedly suggest Twitter is banning ‘Libs of TikTok’ account

The woman behind the controversial “Libs of TikTok” Twitter account says she has received internal Slack messages from Twitter employees indicating that the social media company is considering banning her.

The “Libs of TikTok” creator, identified by The Washington Post as Shadow Raichick from Brooklyn, New York, published a Substack post Monday that included screenshots of internal chats he had between Twitter employees.

Slack messages, which appear to have been changed on Monday, reportedly show a Twitter employee expressing frustration with management for not banning the “Libs of TikTok” outright.

The “Libs of TikTok” posts TikTok videos of liberals often speaking about gender identity and other hot-button issues that have become a major topic of political and cultural debate.

This account has got more than 1.2 million followers.

,[L]I don’t understand how this account, which exists only to generate violence targeted at marginalized people, is allowed to be posted,” wrote one of the employees.

Another employee responded: “But if we delete this account, we may reduce trust on our platform from users who already think we are biased against conservatives.”

The same employee said: “I mean we have successfully removed [former President Donald] Trump – I don’t think removing TikTok’s libs will lead to a mass exodus, but I think it may not be in our ‘judicial’ interest to ban high profile accounts right now…”

According to Raichik, the message was leaked by a Twitter employee, who insisted on anonymity.

The employee was responding to a Twitter post on Sunday by Ari Drennan, who works for Media Matters for America, a Democratic Party-aligned watchdog site that tracks conservative media.

“The shadow Raichik of Tik Tok’s Libs is going to kill someone,” Drennan wrote. She attached screenshots showing a post by “Libs of TikTok” about a public library in the San Francisco Bay Area that was hosting a “Drag Queen Story” event for children.

Another employee advocating for the ban responded: “Trans people are being targeted for genocidal violence during Pride Month.”

The woman behind the controversial “Libs of TikTok” Twitter account says she has received internal Slack messages indicating that Twitter may be banning her.
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The post has reached out to Twitter seeking comment.

Later in the thread, the Twitter employee who cautioned about banning the “Libs of TikTok” apologized for downplaying the perceived threat against transgender people.

“I apologize – I was not speaking from my point of view, but was implementing a comment on how leadership has behaved recently,” the employee wrote. “I could have told it better and would be more alert in future messages.”

The employee continued: “I despise and despise the activity that is currently flourishing on our platform and the impunity of white supremacists/fascists in committing harmful emotional and physical violence on trans foxes and the wider LGBTQ+ community.” empowering you to work with.”

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The “Libs of TikTok” has been accused by liberals of inciting violence against trans people.
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In his Substack post, Raichik slammed Twitter employees for “parroting”[ing] The same lines we hear from far-left activists. ,

Raichik wrote, “There is no debate about whether we are really terrorists, bent on eliminating the entire LGBT community.” “In their view, it’s just a given … the only thing they are willing to argue is what should be done about us.”

“Do they take us out now to engage in targeted genocidal violence, or wait for a more opportune time?”

Raichick on Monday posted a screenshot of a message he received from another social media user who claimed he had sent a pipe bomb “to support Nazi fundamentalists”.

“Greetings @fbiI am being threatened with a pipe bomb. Can you please look into this?” he tweeted in response.

Raichik tweeted that he had received at least a dozen death threats from other social media users.

“Update: I have now received almost a dozen death threats after radical leftists accuse me of being a domestic terrorist extremist,” she tweeted. “Twitter has not removed any accounts of those who sent threats.”

Tesla CEO Elon Musk, who has committed to acquire the social media site for $44 billion, tweeted: “Why?”

Last week, Raichik was barred from posting on his Twitter account after users protested a tweet thread about a drag show that invited young children.

Seth Dillon, CEO of right-wing satirical news site Babylon Bee, who recently announced that he had provided financial support to Raichick, tweeted Wednesday that Twitter had shut him down.

“BREAKING: Twitter recently locked out @libsoftiktok for posting a thread about multiple drag shows for kids,” Dylan tweeted. “This thread allegedly violates Twitter’s rules against ‘abuse and harassment’.”

Last Week, Twitter Lock &Quot;Libs Of Tiktok&Quot; She Was Taken Out Of Her Account After Posting A Thread Showing A Drag Show Involving Kids.
Last week, Twitter removed “Libs of TikTok” from her account after she posted a thread showing a drag show involving kids.
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“You know what’s really outrageous? Drag shows for kids.”

Dillon, whose satire site was suspended by Twitter after a news report named transgender Biden’s official Rachel Levine “Man of the Year”, also posted a screenshot of a message Twitter sent to “Libs of TikTok”. In which there was a demand to remove the tweet threat. ,

The “Libs of TikTok” often posts tweets about drag shows children participate in or watch.

In April, Washington Post internet culture reporter Taylor Lorenz drew criticism when she identified the account user as Raichick, who insisted on anonymity.

Raichik’s supporters accused Lorenz and the Washington Post of “doxing” him by disclosing sensitive information about his personal life that could be used by opponents to harass him.

In response to criticism that he targeted a private citizen who wished to remain anonymous, Lorenz tweeted that the social media user is “not an average woman with a social media account” but instead “a powerful influencer who is widely used to social media.” operates an influential right-wing “media shaping discourse around LGBTQ+ rights.”

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