NBC News Targeted Libs Of TikTok With Hit Piece

NBC News is so opposed to the mission of the Libs of TikTok social media account that it produced a hit piece against it. The network apparently believed that exposing misdeeds by deviants is akin to actual violence.

Libs of TikTok infuriates the left like few conservative voices are capable of. Its genius is that it uses extremists’ own words to spotlight egregious behaviors such as grooming and inappropriate targeting of children with indecent content.

Owner Chaya Raichik lives under constant threats and is the focal point of an enormous amount of hatred.

Yet, somehow, she is accused of being the aggressor.

NBC felt her work was so threatening that the network contacted law enforcement agencies. It questioned whether her postings directly caused bomb threat hoaxes that have targeted some institutions exposed for promoting alternative lifestyles and radical gender ideology to kids.

David Ingram, the article’s author, told the network he sought to provide evidence that Raichik’s work constituted threats to communities.

She, of course, did not take such an assertion lying down.

Libs of TikTok posted, “NBC is now openly saying it.” Raichik said she is being framed for supposedly instigating threats and now has the network attempting to foist an FBI investigation onto her.

She added, “This is how they’re going to try to silence me. Unbelievable.”

Far from being a menace, Raichik is hailed as a hero for standing up to woke forces. Besides her prominent social media account, she is on the verge of publishing her first children’s book.

In a statement to Fox News Digital through her publisher, Brave Books, Raichik declared, “I wanted to [take] the next step, which is to give parents and children a tool that they can use to actually be able to spot predatory behavior.”

The illustrated work is titled, “No More Secrets: The Candy Cavern.” Using a second-grade lamb to tell the story, the book describes a teacher named Mr. Wolly who wants to distribute sweets more than teach his students

He goes so far as to tell the young ones to keep his distribution of candy and cakes away from their parents. Only he is ultimately found to be a wolf.

Raichik explained the moral of the tale is that “if there is a trusted adult or an authority who’s telling you to keep secrets from your parents — then that is a big red flag.”

But to NBC News, Raichik is the bad one.