Chaya Raichik, the Jewish woman behind the social media accounts Libs of Tiktok, has announced that she was officially removed from the Anti-Defamation League's (ADL) “Glossary of Extremism.”
Raichik had threatened legal action over the ADL's defamation:
“The Anti-Defamation League was founded in 1910 with an explicit mission ‘to stop the defamation of the Jewish people, and to secure justice and fair treatment for all,' but in recent years they have completely gone off the rails,” Raichik wrote in September.
She added: “In recent years though, it seems the ADL simply attacks anyone who doesn’t go along with the far-left agenda. The ADL targeted me, a young conservative Jewish woman, for speaking out against wokeness, far-left indoctrination of children, and the medical mutilation of minors under the guise of gender ideology.”
Raichik has put the ADL on blast for its conduct and said it has “completely gone off the rails.”
She remarked that “it seems the ADL simply attacks anyone who doesn’t go along with the far-left agenda,” in a Human Events op-ed last month.
“The ADL targeted me, a young conservative Jewish woman, for speaking out against wokeness, far-left indoctrination of children, and the medical mutilation of minors under the guise of gender ideology,” Raichik wrote.
Raichik said that the ADL had stuck her onto its “Glossary of Extremism” in September 2022 after she had brought light to efforts by US children's hospital to perform sex changes on children. Videos she had shared included promotional clips by the Boston Children's Hospital and other major medical organizations.
“These included double mastectomies for girls under 17, vaginoplasties for boys aged 17, and hysterectomies and phalloplasties for girls aged 18 and over. This was confirmed by the materials published by Boston Children's Hospital. Boston Children's Hospital launched the first pediatric gender clinic in the US, and routinely provides puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones. They advertise this to families seeking this treatment for their children, and I simply pointed that out,” Raichik explained.
“Yet, for the ADL, this made me ‘transphobic' and an ‘extremist.'”
The ADL glossary wrote that Raichik “attempts to generate outrage and stoke anti-LGBTQ+ hostility by reposting selected out-of-context social media content created by LGBTQ+ people and liberals. The individuals, events and organizations targeted by the account are frequent targets of harassment, threats and violence,” per the op-ed.
The ADL's website notably suggests a link between anti-Semitism and “transphobia.”
“The ADL has entirely lost site of their founder's goal when they believe that sterilizing minors, giving them cross-sex hormones, and using their power to silence free speech are part of their core mission,” Raichik charged.
“They are not about anti-defamation. They are only anti-defamation as long as you go along with their far-left viewpoints. If you disagree with them, they will defame you. So in other words, they really aren’t anti-defamation at all and now Elon is going to expose them like never before.”