Libs of TikTok has 30 days to “disagree with the decision” or the account “will be permanently disabled.”
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) May 27, 2022
Libs of TikTok, which only reposts other videos and does not create any new content, has been censored before. The account was also briefly suspended on Twitter after allegedly violating rules against “hateful conduct.”
“We have determined that this account violated the Twitter rules, specifically for violating our rules against hateful conduct,” the ban notice, shared by Babylon Bee CEO Seth Dillon on behalf of Libs of TikTok, explained.
“You many not promote violence against, threaten, or harass other people on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, religious affiliation, age, disability, or serious disease,” Instagram stated.
The post that resulted in the suspension showed a woman complaining about parents who did not want teachers instructing their children on gender ideology and having conversations discussing sexual orientation.
The caption with the post was “This is what the left really thinks. Listen when they tell you. They want to take your kids to groom and indoctrinate them behind your back.”
Washington Post alleged journalist and social justice snowflake Taylor Lorenz also came out against Libs of TikTok, doxxing the platform’s administrator, going to her home and homes of her family members and posting her name and address online.
Lorenz, who not two weeks did an interview complaining about how she has been threatened and stalked, said Libs of TikTok has a severe impact on discourse and shapes “right-wing media, impacting anti-LGBTQ+ legislation and influencing millions by posting viral videos aimed at inciting outrage among the right.”
Libs of TikTok has not announced what action they will be taking in regards to their Instagram account.