Libs of TikTok demands retraction from The Washington Post
Read the letter outlining their shameless lies and misrepresentations.
The Washington Post is publishing blatant lies in their ongoing attempt to demonize and deplatform me. I’ve responded by sending them a demand for a retraction. You’ll find a link to it below in this article.
But first, let’s go back to the meltdown the Left had in August when I shed light on a slew of children’s hospitals offering “gender-affirming” surgeries to minors and young girls. In case you forgot, parents across the country were rightfully outraged by the news that Boston Children’s hospital claimed to provide hysterectomies to young girls. The hospital received numerous calls and complaints — one of which was unfortunately a hoax bomb threat.
In typical Leftist fashion, they blamed me for inciting violence, even though nothing violent actually happened and all I’d done was report the truth. Their dishonest reporting resulted in suspensions of my accounts on both Facebook and Twitter.
Notorious liar, doxxer, and hypocrite, Taylor Lorenz cared more about slandering me than reporting on the person who actually called in the bomb threat to Boston Children’s. She didn’t care to investigate whether the hospitals were actually performing life-altering surgery on minors, either. Instead, the Post published a 2,000+ word hit piece on me in which they blatantly lied, smuggled opinions into what was supposed to be a news report, failed to source any of their outrageous claims, blamed me for threats I never called for, and compared Libs of TikTok to “the online campaign that gave rise to the Jan. 6, 2021 riot at the U.S. Capitol.”
None of this is out of the ordinary for them. The Washington Post is full of dishonest and deceptive agenda-driven “journalists.” Take Elizabeth Dwoskin, for example, who just straight-up lied in her article. WaPo published the piece claiming Boston Children’s hospital had to be evacuated. There was no evacuation, and when I called her out she blamed me for not doing their work for them.
Pete Jamison is no better. He “reached out to me for comment” knowing full well he planned to publish his article before I would even have a chance to type a response.
The Washington Post is so disgustingly dishonest they don’t care about what is actually happening to young people in our country. Their whole gig is smearing anyone on the Right, especially anyone who tells the truth about the horrors of trans-gender medicine and surgical services.
I am not going to stand for it. We need to fight back. I will not stand by idly while they defame me. I will not let them use me to deflect from what is really going on. Children are being mutilated. I am fighting back.
Washington Post, Taylor Lorenz, Elizabeth Dwoskin, Peter Jamison: you are officially on notice. Libs of TikTok sent a notice letter to Washington Post demanding they retract their lies and defamatory statements. You can read the full letter here:
Your support is crucial in making this fight possible. It’s time for us to get more wins under our belt, and to let them know that they can no longer demonize and silence anyone who dares to speak the truth. This is bigger than just me. This is about free speech. It’s about truth. It’s about right and wrong. If we fight and win, we’ll establish an invaluable precedent for other conservatives to build their cases upon in the future.
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