Libs of TikTok “beclowned” corporate media after an “insane hit piece” correlated her account activity with threats of violence.
An attempted smear of Chaya Raichik, better known by her LoTT account, became the latest opportunity for the social media maven to draw back the curtain on leftist nonsense after her initial reaction demonstrated her aplomb.
Following the publication of USA Today national correspondent Will Carless’ piece titled, “When Libs of TikTok posts, threats increasingly follow,” the account creator proudly took to X to post what would become her latest profile picture as she displayed, “Today’s front cover of @USATODAY!”
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) November 6, 2023
Framing Raichik’s posts, which more often than not were merely shares of content leftists had uploaded themselves, as a widespread catalyst for chaos, Carless wrote, “Philadelphia. Boston. Pittsburgh, Washington, D.C. Akron, Ohio. Threats hit hospitals and medical clinics, and some temporarily evacuate their patients while law enforcement assesses the danger.”
“The victim of each threat had also been targeted, in the days before, by the enormously popular conservative social media channel Libs of TikTok,” he went on to write.
Posing with the paper appeared to be incredibly triggering for those on the left, leading her to point out, “All the right people are mad,” which included the correspondent.
All the right people are mad
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) November 7, 2023
As a result, Raichik saw fit to post a video to her personal account with a caption that detailed, “It’s important to remember that the hit pieces are already written before the media activists even reach out to you for comment. Nothing you say will change the article.”
In the video, she described, “So USA Today wrote this insane hit piece on me. And I actually agreed to an interview for it and I spoke with Will, he’s the ‘journalist,’ for 45 minutes.”
“I recorded the whole thing. And what they left out of the article is that I denounced violence and called for law enforcement to take action about these bomb threats, not once, not twice, not three times, but a total of 14 times,” explained Raichik.
It’s important to remember that the hit pieces are already written before the media activists even reach out to you for comment. Nothing you say will change the article.
— Chaya Raichik (@ChayaRaichik10) November 6, 2023
“Will mentions it in some obscure paragraph. He mentions it once like, ‘she says she opposes violence.’ But he conveniently leaves out all the other times that I oppose violence and bomb threats, and the fact that I never even once called for violence or bomb threats,” she continued. “But the whole framing of the article is how I’m some harmful, hateful, dangerous, violent terrorist who’s inciting bomb threats.”
For the record, the popular X user even included audio from the call ticking off each of the times she spoke out against threats of violence.
If it weren’t clear that Carless was none too pleased with Raichik’s reaction to his article, she went on to share a slew of his posts following the newspaper selfie and wrote, “This joke of a ‘journalist’ @willcarless can’t comprehend that we’re all laughing at him. He still thinks he’s entitled to respect because he’s a reporter for @USATODAY. They still don’t understand that we all hate the media. The media needs to be beclowned at every opportunity!”
Irked by billionaire Elon Musk offering his congratulations and dumbstruck as activists pointed out the account’s banner included a troll with the LoTT logo depicted as a bomb, Carless fired back welcoming her to “Post the unedited recording of the whole interview, Chaya. Be my guest!”
Post the unedited recording of the whole interview, Chaya.
Be my guest! https://t.co/65wGihvluO
— Will Carless (@willcarless) November 7, 2023
Musk was among those who heaped on over the hit piece as he wrote, “A reporter is a citizen like any other, but for some reason they think their opinion is more special, which is ridiculous.”
A reporter is a citizen like any other, but for some reason they think their opinion is more special, which is ridiculous
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 7, 2023
Dude blocked me after he was proven wrong on multiple accounts of children being in attendance at sexually explicit shows (which he then went in to defend) He’s a terrible propagandist and is a pathetic excuse of a “journalist”.
— Tayler Hansen (@TaylerUSA) November 7, 2023
I haven’t stopped laughing all day.
They don’t realize we took back the power from the false media narrative, and now we are posting the truth on X.
X is the only place for accurate, up-to-date news.
— Larry (@LarryDJonesJr) November 7, 2023
He’s so triggered by you. Ease up on the soy lattes, omega male.
— Shannon Adcock (@Shannon_A_IL) November 7, 2023
He is fully disgraced and discredited as a journalist.
— Michael Patrick Hanson (@LightWebsMPH) November 7, 2023
— AzCowboy (@WadezGuitar) November 7, 2023
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