Facebook reinstates Libs of TikTok after backlash, gloating leftists eat crow

Having “caved to the pressure” Facebook’s restoration of Libs of TikTok’s account included insight on the ban and some last laughs at leftists.

“Imagine being too extreme for MSNBC.”

Chaya Raichik, the creator of the LoTT account, had revealed early Sunday morning that her Facebook sister account had been suspended for an alleged violation of “Community Standards.” While the action had prompted her to share her personal opinion of the “pretty sh*tty platform,” hours later an appeal reversed the decision, republishing the page with the most recent posts included.

“BREAKING: @facebook just caved to the pressure and restored our account! Thank you to everyone who shared, spoke out, and tagged them,” LoTT wrote on X with a screenshot showing the message from Facebook that read, “Hello, After reviewing your appeal, you Page Libs of Tik Tok has been published. This means it can now be viewed publicly. The Facebook Team.”

The most recent post on the LoTT Facebook page was of someone with pointed ears and black contact lenses griping over pronouns captioned, “Nonbinary tiktoker suggests she will take violent and deadly action against people who misgender her.”

The video of the individual with the dark elf aesthetic included the audio. “He. His pronouns are he/him. Now are you going to respect that or is this they/them going to turn you into a were/was.”

Prior to that, the account had shared a post from transgenderist influencer Jefferey Marsh captioned how he, “tells kids on TikTok that he loves them and they can be in his family if they want to cut off contact with their families. Major predator vibes.”

Facebook had not specified what Community Standards violation Raichik’s account had committed, but that didn’t stop MSNBC’s Mehdi Hasan from attempting to score points — after the page had been restored.

“Imagine being too extreme for Facebook,” Hasan wrote earning a couple of clap backs from LoTT, including a reminder that his show had been canceled by the corporate media outlet with the remark, “Imagine being too extreme for MSNBC.”

She had also shared a video of Hasan that had been recirculated by commentator Jack Posobiec wherein the speaker could be heard saying, “Once we lose the moral high-ground we are no different from the rest of the non-Muslims; from the rest of those human beings who live their lives as animals, bending any rule to fulfill any desire.”

“Hey @mehdirhasan, speaking of extreme, remember when you went on an unhinged rant and compared non-Muslims to ‘animals’?” asked LoTT.

The MSNBC personality wasn’t the only leftist ridiculed for the premature gloating over the account temporarily suspended for shining a light on the content of radicals and deviants. Also called out was professional transgender activist Alejandra Caraballo who had reacted to word of Raichik’s suspension with the caption, “Cry more.”

In response, the social media maven shared a side-by-side with the restoration and asked, “Can someone do a wellness check on Alejandro?” to which someone responded with an edited profile picture of Caraballo that included a tear and the message, “I have checked and umm..”

Meanwhile, congratulations rained down from followers of LoTT pleased to see a win against prevalent censorship and suppression — especially of content that exposes leftists.

Kevin Haggerty

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