Babylon Bee’s Seth Dillon Offers $20,000 Reward for Identity of Boston Children’s Hospital Bomb Threat Caller

( )- CEO of the Babylon Bee, Seth Dillon, has offered a $20,000 reward for information leading to the identification of the caller who made the bomb threat against Boston Children’s Hospital on Tuesday night.

On Twitter, Dillon said that the Boston Children’s Hospital received a bomb threat, and police were called. He said that, thankfully, the caller was lying; there was no bomb. Except for the insane Leftists who couldn’t wait for something horrific to happen so they could blame the right for it, this was excellent news for everyone. And when he says they can’t wait, he means it. He’s prepared to wager that the person who reported this bomb threat was not someone who disagrees with “gender-affirming care” for youngsters but rather someone who despises the Libs of TikTok and wants Chaya permanently barred for inciting violence.

Dillon claimed he had grounds to believe his concerns since “we are the ones guarding the kids. Our objection to these surgical and chemical operations is not motivated by animosity toward the trans community, but rather by a sincere concern for the welfare of the children whose development they would permanently harm.”

He said that his supporters share that worry. Threatening a children’s hospital to protect children would make absolutely no sense. He believes that a setup was used to make this bomb threat. The Left’s absurd claim that any criticism of “family-friendly” drag shows or “gender-affirming care” constitutes “stochastic terrorism” is neatly supported by this (i.e., incitement). They also have a repulsive tendency to advance their stories with frauds.

Dillon said that the person who made the anonymous threat must somehow be identified and brought to justice. To that end, he’s offering a monetary reward of $20,000 to anyone who comes forward with information that results in their capture.

“Finally, Dillon said, “anyone with information about the caller should email [email protected].”

The threat’s author is currently “unknown” to the Boston Police Department.