The Libs of TikTok Twitter account was suspended from Twitter Wednesday for “hateful conduct,” its owner said on her website.
The account will be locked for seven days, according to Chaya Raichik, who runs the account. She views the suspension as an attempt to deplatform her and threatened to sue Twitter if the company permanently bans her.
“All ages family friendly” drag shows now apparently consist of stripper performances and drag queens having kids touch their crotch area pic.twitter.com/6ldWT50bqr
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) September 25, 2022
“Twitter claims I have violated their ‘hateful conduct policy,’ but like my last suspension, they have provided no explanation as to how I violated this policy,” she wrote. “Was it hateful to expose an all-ages drag show where a stripper performed in front of children? Was it hateful to expose a drag queen who allowed a small child to repeatedly rub their crotch?”
The Libs of TikTok account gained online notoriety for resharing videos liberals posted to TikTok in which users made bizarre and offensive statements about political and social issues, and in the past year the account has focused heavily on sexually explicit LGBT initiatives targeting children, such as drag queen story hours and instances of adults stripping and dancing provocatively for child audiences.
“Remarkably, on numerous occasions, Twitter has confirmed to LOTT in writing that our client’s reporting did not violate Twitter’s Rules, including your company’s hateful conduct policy,” the letter from Raichik’s lawyers read.
It does make you wonder what kind of people are really running Twitter