Founder Of ‘Libs Of TikTok’ Reveals Identity

( )- Last week, the woman behind the popular Libs of TikTok appeared for the first time on “Tucker Carlson Today” where she explained why she decided to reveal her identity to the public after years of remaining anonymous.

Chaya Raichik, who was initially “outed” by Washington Post “reporter” Taylor Lorenz early last year, launched Libs of TikTok two years ago.

When her account first started gaining exposure, she decided to remain anonymous to protect herself from the Left’s “hatred” and “violent nature,” she told Tucker.

But after her identity was exposed by the odious Lorenz, anonymity was no longer a possibility.

Raichik said that even after Lorenz “doxed” her, no photos of her were ever shared and she never participated in any in-person events.

But now, she decided it was time to reveal herself “because I feel like over the past few months, I have done so much.” She said, through her work at Libs of TikTok, she has been able to influence legislation “to tackle some of these issues,” and now she believes there is more she can do.

Raichik said she has been receiving invites from different “mom groups” asking her to help them “expose the left and how to fight it.” But while she was remaining anonymous, Raichik never agreed.

“I think I will be a lot more effective when I am not so anonymous anymore,” Raichik said.

She told Tucker that with over 1.7 million following her account, she feels ready to take the “next step” in her activism by becoming a source of guidance for parents seeking to push back against the far-left agenda in public schools.

Already, Raichik has agreed to a couple of speaking engagements. She told Tucker “hopefully” she will be doing more, adding she wants to “do all I can” to “help people to fight this agenda.”

Watch a clip from Raichik’s interview:

Tucker’s full interview with Chaya Raichik can be seen on the Fox Nation subscription service.