‘Libs of Tik Tok’ Account Creator Releasing a Children’s Book to Help With Spotting ‘Predatory’ Behavior
Libs of Tik Tok creator Chaya Raichik, whose gimmick is simply reposting Tik Tok videos of leftists as a method of exposing their ideas, is now writing a children’s book to help children and parents “spot predatory behavior.”
Raichik has amassed nearly 2 million followers on social media, even while battling various algorithmic obstacles. Now, she characterizes the book as the “next step.”
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In announcing the book’s release with the New York Post, Raichick described the book as the evolution of her mission to educate and inform about the individuals and ideology targeting children.
“I wanted to do the next step, which is to give parents and children a tool that they can use to actually be able to spot predatory behavior,”
“No More Secrets: The Candy Cavern,” Raichick’s debut picture book, tells the story of Rose, a second-grade lamb whose new teacher, Mr. Wooly, is more bent on giving his pupils sweets than teaching them about counting and reading. The story is a clear analog for some modern-day teachers focusing more on shoehorning specific left-wing values than fundamental skills.
Moreover, Mr. Wolly implores his students not to tell their parents about the candy he’s giving them, a comparison to many public school standards that allow school employees to keep parents in the dark about their children. Putting a finer point on it, Mr. Wooly (spoiler alert) turns out to be a wolf that is literally in sheep’s clothing, with no good intentions for the students.
Rachik expanded on the moral of the story to the New York Post.
“This book basically teaches children that if there is a trusted adult or an authority who’s telling you to keep secrets from your parents…then that is a big red flag,”
Much of the policies in schools are problems that Florida’s Governor Ron DeSantis has specifically attempted to address. The Parental Rights in education law limits the age at which certain concepts around gender and sexual orientation can be taught, limiting the proverbial ‘candy’ that a teacher will have at their disposal. Recent pushes to clean libraries out of age-inappropriate material serve the same purpose. But, more importantly, the Parental Rights bill also mandates parents be uninformed of what their children are being taught and how they are doing, preventing the secret keeping Mr. Wooly relies on in the book.
Raichik has been mercilessly attacked by critics, claiming she was incentivizing and causing violence. Keep in mind, Raichik’s accounts did nothing but repost left-wing Tik-Toks. Raichik remains undeterred.
“They can call me whatever they want, they can blame whatever they want on me, but I’m not going to stop doing this work.”
In an interview with Tucker Carlson, Raichik slammed certain portions of the LGBTQ community, arguing that they have become a cult.
“The LGBTQ community has become this cult and it’s so captivating and it pulls people in so strongly unlike anything we’ve ever seen and they brainwash people to join and they convince them of all these things and it’s really, really hard to get out of it. It’s really difficult.”
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