The account “Libs of Tiktok” has been suspended by Facebook, for allegedly violating the social media platforms community standards.
Libs of TikTok
The popular right-wing social media account “Libs of Tiktok” has been suspended by Facebook for violating the website’s community standards.
“The page Libs of TikTok has been disabled for going against our Community Standards,” Facebook told the account, according to a screenshot of an email it posted on X.
“You cannot visit the Page and you won’t be able to add new people to work on the Page,” the blunt email concluded, without saying which guidelines the account violated.
The Post has reached out to Facebook for comment.
Libs of TikTok — which prides itself on exposing far-left hypocrisy and liberal “wokeness” — was launched in April 2020.
It has since amassed millions of followers across TikTok, X, Instagram, Youtube and Facebook, where it posts videos of liberals sounding off about gender identity and controversial culture war issues.
Facebook previously banned the account last year after staffers at Boston Children’s Hospital said they received threats following a post that alleged minors were being given hysterectomies as part of gender-affirming surgeries.
The account was founded by 28-year-old millennial Chaya Raichik — who had a spat with New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez earlier this year when the two bumped into each other on Capitol Hill, in which the congresswoman called her “super transphobic.”
Raichik had been delivering an ethics complaint from the Heritage Foundation’s Oversight Project to AOC’s office accusing her of defaming Raichik during a February hearing of the House Oversight and Accountability Committee.
During the hearing, AOC claimed that Raichik lied when she made claims that Boston Children’s Hospital was offering the surgeries.
In September 2022, Twitter — now X — also suspended Libs of TikTok for alleged hateful conduct — one month before Elon Musk’s $44 billion purchase of the platform. Twitter had suspended the account several times before.
The Post sent a message to Libs of TikTok’s Instagram page requesting comment on Facebook’s decision.