(Joshua Paladino, Headline USA) When Washington Post reporter Taylor Lorenz doxxed “Libs of TikTok,” an anonymous Twitter account that reports on queer ideologues, and she started receiving death threats, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis offered to shelter her for protection.
In an interview on Tuesday with Tucker Carlson, Chaya Raichik showed her face for the first time and discussed being a journalist covering LGBTQ ideology and the sexualization of children. She had previously given phone interviews.
“When my account started growing, I realized the hatred that the Left has and their violent nature, and I was like, ‘I am going to remain anonymous’ … and I have remained anonymous until my account was doxxed,” Raichik said.
Carlson asked if anyone reached out to help her. She mentioned two people: Carlson and DeSantis, who offered her a guest house at the governor’s mansion in Tallahassee.
Since Raichik lives in California, she declined the offer, but she later met DeSantis in person and thanked him for the hospitality.
On her Twitter account, Raichik does not provide in-depth commentary. She mostly lets the LGBTQ ideologues speak for themselves.
But Carlson asked her to explain the queer phenomenon, which now seems to grip half of a generation of young people.
They suck young people in. You’re not allowed to notice. You’re not allowed to be critical. You have to go along with it or you’re called all sorts of slurs. We shouldn’t fall for it. https://t.co/qwznTzYUxi
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) December 27, 2022
“I think there’s something so unique about — the LGBTQ community has become this cult and it’s so captivating,” she said.
“And it pulls people in so strongly, unlike anything we’ve ever seen. And they brainwash people to join, and they convince them of all of these things, and it’s really really hard to get out of it, it’s really difficult.”