Is Chaya Raichik Responsible for Dozens of Hospital and School Bomb Threats?

Four police force representatives believe that the social media posts by Raichik are responsible for the bomb threats at the institutions that they are tasked to protect. But because of the nature of the threats they lack proof. However, the timing of the threats and the 2859 deleted tweets by libsoftiktok make Raichik highly suspect.

In an emailed response to Vice, as reported by Them, Raichik denied that she or her followers were in any way culpable for the roughly 20 bomb threats documented in the investigation. Yet the meteoric rise in anti-LGBTQ+ violence in the U.S. and abroad has been repeatedly connected to false accusations of pedophilia and sexual abuse pushed by Raichik and others. Still, Raichik’s accounts on X, formerly Twitter, remain in good standing, and she counts Elon Musk among her followers.

In a 2024 media post, Raichik falsely claimed that no one had been arrested for bomb threats that she felt she was being "blamed" for.

The U.S. Attorney's Office, District of Massachusetts announced in a 2023 press release that Catherine Leavy, 37, pleaded guilty to one count of making a false bomb threat and one count of intentionally conveying false or misleading information that a bomb was on the way to Boston Children’s Hospital. U.S. District Court Judge Leo T. Sorokin scheduled sentencing for March 19, 2024. Leavy was initially arrested and charged by criminal complaint in September 2022 and subsequently indicted by a federal grand jury in October 2022.

Before Leavy’s Sept. 2022 arrest by the FBI, The Rolling Stones reports, the Boston Children’s bomb threat became a controversial news item with popular conservative and right-wing commentators online, who insinuated that the threat was a hoax created by the mainstream media. These talking points emerged after an article from The Washington Post’s Taylor Lorenz reported that targeted posts from the Libs of TikTok account on X (formerly Twitter) had caused increased harassment for staff at the Boston Children’s Hospital. Much of the harassment centered around a tweet from Libs of TikTok owner Chaya Raichik, who said that Boston Children’s performed hysterectomies on girls under 18, a claim the hospital denied to the Post. Raichik, Daily Wire host Matt Walsh, and Chris Rufo of the Manhattan Institute posted tweets insinuating the threat was fake, even accusing Lorenz of coordinating it.

Leavy faces up to 15 years in prison and a fine of up to half a million dollars. Her sentencing has been scheduled for March 19, 2024.

Chaya Raichik, are you aware of the one thing that truly makes the United States great? Our Lady Justice never rests until justice is done.

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