WaPo crybully Taylor Lorenz succeeds in turning the tables ON HERSELF in ‘Libs of TikTok’ hit piece

The Washington Post crybully reporter Taylor Lorenz authored what is widely seen as a media hit piece to “expose” the woman behind the “Libs of TikTok” account.

In the eyes of many, this was a blatant attempt by the Washington Post to doxx the woman behind the account, who had remained anonymous until Lorenz had her say — this being the same reporter who just days ago sobbed during an interview while discussing how online harassment allegedly prompted her to contemplate suicide.

Libs of TikTok has been very effective in tweeting video clips of critical gender theory disciples in their own words and actions exposing the sheer absurdity of today’s manufactured gender-fluid phenomenon, and has been suspended twice by Twitter since appearing — anonymously — on Fox News Channel’s Tucker Carlson Tonight.

In justifying her effort to out Chaya Raichik, a private citizen, Lorenz stressed in an overtly biased manner the “deep and far-reaching” impact the Twitter account is having:

Libs of TikTok reposts a steady stream of TikTok videos and social media posts, primarily from LGBTQ+ people, often including incendiary framing designed to generate outrage. Videos shared from the account quickly find their way to the most influential names in right-wing media. The account has emerged as a powerful force on the Internet, shaping right-wing media, impacting anti-LGBTQ+ legislation and influencing millions by posting viral videos aimed at inciting outrage among the right.

The anonymous account’s impact is deep and far-reaching. Its content is amplified by high-profile media figures, politicians and right-wing influencers. Its tweets reach millions, with influence spreading far beyond its more than 648,000 Twitter followers. Libs of TikTok has become an agenda-setter in right-wing online discourse, and the content it surfaces shows a direct correlation with the recent push in legislation and rhetoric directly targeting the LGBTQ+ community.


To hear Lorenz tell it, a Twitter account showcasing the absurdity of gender fluidity is a game-changer and who knows, perhaps it is. But the reporter’s attack shows just how important gender ideology is to the left’s overall goal of doing away with the biblical values that helped shape the founding of America — a critical step before they come for the U.S. Constitution, a document progressives say was written by primarily white slaveholders that does not represent the views of people of color.

The biggest “gotcha” from Lorenz appears to be that Raichik attended the peaceful, fully lawful Stop the Steal rally in Washington, D.C., on January 6, 2021. And she not only identifies Raichik, the reporter also “exposes” where she works. And it’s all being done in the name of protecting trans children and other members of the LGBTQ+ community from an account allegedly “spreading anti-LGBTQ+ sentiment.”

Which is not to suggest that Raichik is backing down, as she shared a photo of the reporter at the door of one of her relatives trying to dig up dirt along with other barbs directed at Lorenz.

Hi @TaylorLorenz! Which of my relatives did you enjoy harassing the most at their homes yesterday?” she tweeted.


As noted by Amber Athey, the Washington editor for The Spectator, Lorenz never makes her case for targeting a private citizen.

“Here’s the thing — nowhere in the piece does Lorenz come even close to making the case that the identity of this woman matters at all to the account’s curation. She has shared nothing interesting about her, just the most basic details about her like her name and occupation,” Athey tweeted.

Conservative commentator Tim Pool went even further, calling the article a “full on dox.”

What Lorenz has succeeded in doing is elevating herself and her motives for scrutiny, to which she falls well short as seen here: (** Language warning)


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