Young conservative CEOs band together to bring justice to Boston Children’s Hospital terrorist

In the wake of a bomb threat called in to Boston Children’s Hospital on Tuesday night, allegedly in response to the hospital’s policy on so-called “gender-affirming care” for minors, young conservative CEOs, including Babylon Bee CEO Seth Dillon and Olympic Media CEO Ryan Coyne, are banding together and offering a reward for information that would identify the caller who committed the dangerous hoax.

Dillon took to Twitter on Wednesday and argued that the intent of the caller was to have the popular Libs of TikTok account “permanently banned” from the platform for “inciting violence” while blaming conservatives for making terroristic threats.

“Last night, police responded to a bomb threat at Boston Children’s Hospital,” Dillon tweeted. “Thankfully, the anonymous caller was bluffing—no bomb was found.”

“This was good news to everyone except the lunatic Leftists who can’t wait for something violent to happen so they can blame us for it,” he continued. “And I mean it when I say they can’t wait.”

Officers responded to the children’s hospital just after 8 pm on Tuesday, after a caller reported a bomb threat. According to The Post Millennial, which obtained a copy of the Boston Police Department’s report, “no suspicious items were observed/located” during their extensive search, which lasted until just after 10 pm.

Employees of the hospital received the all-clear via an email on Tuesday night which stated “there is no active threat to the hospital following a potential security threat reported to the hospital this evening.”

“There was a large Boston Police presence onsite to secure the main hospital and 333 Longwood Ave.,” the email from hospital officials continued. “Following normal hospital protocols, the hospital was temporarily on lockdown and access to the hospital was restricted.”

But Dillon is convinced that the threat to innocent patients’ lives didn’t come from a conservative.

“I’m willing to bet this bomb threat was called in not by someone who opposes ‘gender-affirming care’ for minors, but by someone who hates Libs of TikTok and wants to see Chaya permanently banned for inciting violence,” he stated.

As BizPac Review reported, Libs of TikTok was once again locked out of its Twitter account on Saturday for violating the platform’s vague and unevenly enforced “hateful conduct” policy after the owner of the account, Chaya Raichik, revealed that a Washington D.C. children’s hospital performs hysterectomies on children who believe–for whatever reason–they were born in the wrong body.

The account had previously exposed Boston Children’s Hospital for doing the same.

Twitter did not specify which tweet provoked the suspension, but the account has taken fire from Twitter several times in the past for simply reposting videos progressive liberals post on TikTok. The mirror, it seems, repeatedly reflects something “hateful,” and rather than denounce the woke offenders, Twitter prefers to shoot the messenger.

But now that the rhetoric is spilling into bomb threats, CEOs such as Dillon are taking a stand, determined to expose the bomb threat for what they believe is a veiled attempt at fomenting more divisive narratives and instigating real, potentially tragic violence.

On Twitter, Dillon laid out his “several reasons” for accusing someone on the left of calling in the threat.

“To begin with, we’re the ones protecting children,” he said. “Our opposition to these surgical and chemical procedures is rooted not in hatred for the trans community, but in genuine concern for the well-being of the kids irreversibly damaged by them.”

“Our followers share that concern,” he continued. “It’d make no sense whatsoever to threaten a children’s hospital in the name of protecting kids.”

“I think the better explanation is that this bomb threat was a setup,” he surmised.

“It conveniently supports the Left’s insane narrative that any critical coverage of ‘family-friendly’ drag shows or ‘gender-affirming care’ amounts to ‘stochastic terrorism’ (i.e., incitement),” he explained. “They also have a disgusting habit of using hoaxes to advance their narratives.”

“One way or another, the anonymous coward who called in this threat needs to be exposed and face justice,” Dillon stated. “To that end, I’m putting up a $20,000 cash reward to anyone who comes forward with information leading to his or her arrest. Send your tips to: [email protected].”

Joining Dillon in his call for justice is Ryan Coyne, founder and CEO of Olympic Media, the parent company of both BizPac Review and American Wire News.

As someone who, on a daily basis, is confronted with the left’s attempts to censor unflattering or even damning news stories, the three-time rowing champion and Cornell University graduate understands the threat such hoaxes present to conservative Americans, and he is adding to Dillon’s bounty on the hoaxer.

After hearing of Dillon’s pledge, Coyne stepped up and vowed to match the Babylon Bee CEO’s reward.

Currently, there is a total $40,000 for information leading to the arrest of the universally condemned prankster.


Melissa Fine


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