As we learned from Taylor Lorenz, Libs of TikTok attacks teachers by reposting videos they themselves have posted to social media. They obviously wanted to be seen, but only by the right people. LGBTQ Nation is reporting that far-right Americans like Reps. Lauren Boebert and Marjorie Taylor Greene have joined forces to “attack” a gay Canadian teacher who’s been “accused” of turning his classroom into a nightclub. They probably got the idea from the video he made showing the nightclub he’s made out of his classroom.
The Canadian teacher has come under attack by the far-right Americans on social media after extremist Chaya Raichik, who runs the account @libsoftiktok posted one of his videos and accused him of turning his classroom into a "nightclub." #LGBTQ https://t.co/xpDshqB3mM
— LGBTQ Nation (@lgbtqnation) July 25, 2022
“Extremist Chaya Raichik.” Here’s the video, by the way:
Teacher who’s also a drag queen shows his classroom covered with LGBT decor which he turns into a “nightclub” pic.twitter.com/GGcMsHvz6x
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) July 24, 2022
Huh … the caption reads, “Welcome to my high school classroom nightclub.” But he’s being accused by Libs of TikTok of turning his classroom into a “nightclub.” Got it.
LGBTQ Nation reports:
Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) yesterday attacked a Canadian teacher for being gay on her Twitter account, which has 1.4 million followers.
Sharing a video that was posted on Twitter by Brooklyn realtor and anti-LGBTQ activist Chaya Raichik, Boebert wrote: “Why we need school choice, explained in less than a minute.”
Raichik (who goes by “Libs of TikTok” on Twitter) wrote that the teacher is “also a drag queen.” She doesn’t say why that’s bad; many teachers can have hobbies outside of work. Drag performers have been getting protested this past year due to their association with LGBTQ people, with white nationalist groups like Patriot Front and Proud Boys claiming that drag queens molest children.
We’re still amused that we’re supposed to be taking Patriot Front seriously.
Here are the attacks:
Why we need school choice, explained in less than a minute. https://t.co/QbUiFTu0od
— Lauren Boebert (@laurenboebert) July 24, 2022
They really meant it when they sang, “we are coming for your children.”
Maybe School Choice is not enough.
We should seriously consider defunding the Department of Education. https://t.co/FTFE2tapM2
— Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene🇺🇸 (@RepMTG) July 25, 2022
We’re all for defunding the Department of Education, but this dude is apparently Canada’s problem.
I mean, those are literally his words. pic.twitter.com/cOkHDeeBYf
— Meara (@MillennialOther) July 25, 2022
I almost feel like liking this tweet just to feel different and rare.
— Maze (@mazemoore) July 25, 2022
…posted one of his videos…
that he made himself and uploaded to TikTok.
— AmishDude (@TheAmishDude) July 25, 2022
Extremist? Really? Sharing content is extremist?
— Mark (@marshfirely) July 25, 2022
Not just "content." The very content that the individual created.
— Kevin Cornett (@187thMedic) July 25, 2022
Teacher: "I turn my classroom into a nightclub".
Chaya: "The teacher said he turns his classroom into a nightclub".
LGBTQ Nation: "EXTREMIST Chaya Raichik ACCUSES teacher of saying something he himself factually said".
— Supernova (@One_Supernova) July 25, 2022
Raichik posted his video. No commentary added. What’s the attack?
— Mitch "The Wałęsa Project" Berg, BA (@mitchpberg) July 25, 2022
"Far right" 🤣 No.@libsoftiktok didn't "accused him of turning his classroom into a "nightclub," the guy literally said he did.
If simply showing people what the guy himself posted is an "attack" then maybe there is something wrong with the teacher and not @libsoftiktok
— Mike Faranight (@Leptonmancer) July 25, 2022
Only the Progressive Left considers an accurate quote of them, in context, to be an "extremist attack".
That really says a lot of that is the reaction they have to their message getting more exposure.
— Curt Arndt (@CurtArndt) July 25, 2022
As always, the "accusation" comes directly from the mouth of the accusee. That's kind of the point of the account 🤣
"How dare you say I said something I filmed myself saying then uploaded and shared to the internet myself believing only people I wanted to see it would see it."
— DimetappBordeauxchambord (@DavidBowiesCock) July 25, 2022
The bigger question is why he is turning a classroom into a nightclub.
— Cynthia Maynard (@CynthiaMaynard7) July 25, 2022
That is a good question.
THERE’S that bias! Libs of TikTok LOCKED over ‘MEGA DRAG THREAD’ so you know they’re over the target and Lefties can’t DEALhttps://t.co/UVd39ZvybA
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) June 9, 2022
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