INTERVIEW | 'I've Had to File a Few Police Reports,' Libs of TikTok Creator Says

Chaya Raichik, the creator of Libs of TikTok, says she has "had to file a few police reports from threats" that she received. 

"That's really part of the reason why I was anonymous to begin with, because as I started exposing all this stuff, the Left started coming after me and their reaction is not something that I ever expected," Raichik, author of the children’s book, “No More Secrets: The Candy Cavern," says. "And then when I saw that, the backlash and the way that they just wanted to silence me in any way they can, I was like, 'I think I'm going to stay anonymous because this is actually pretty scary.'"

"But then of course, I was doxxed, so my name was shared and I couldn't really be anonymous anymore. But I think at this point, I view it as sort of a compliment," Raichik says. 

Raichik adds: 

If you're not getting attacked, whether that's in the form of death threats or just in the form of name calling, harassment, insulting, bullying, if you're not being the victim of any that on the Right, then I think you're doing something wrong.

Raichik joins today's episode of "The Daily Signal Podcast" to discuss what she thinks has contributed to her page’s success over the last two and half years, the most outrageous video she's ever seen on TikTok, and her response to people who say that she's anti-LGBTQ. 

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