ADL Removes Chaya Raichik From ‘Glossary Of Extremism’

Libs of TikTok creator Chaya Raichik won a substantial victory over the leftist Anti-Defamation League (ADL) last week. The group had placed the social media star on its “Glossary of Extremism” before rescinding that act under threat of legal action.

Raichik, who is Jewish, was targeted by the ADL for shining the spotlight on radical gender ideology and those who support exposing children to everything from mutilative surgeries to inappropriate materials.

Her popular account consists mostly of video clips of leftists explaining their beliefs in their own words.

That is apparently “extreme” for the current ADL. In its glossary, it cited Raichik’s account as highlighting “out-of-context social media content created by LGBT people and liberals.”

The listing claimed “the individuals, events and organizations targeted by the account are frequent targets of harassment, threats and violence.”

The ADL once was a tireless advocate against antisemitism. That day passed, however, and now the group shills for far-left causes and shamelessly smears conservatives.

Raichik last week posted on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, that the group had four days “to remove my name from their glossary of extremism and start focusing on what they were actually created for.”

X owner Elon Musk revealed in September that the ADL urged him to deplatform Libs of TikTok. He of course refused.

That same month, Raichik noted how far the group strayed from the mission it was founded on in 1910. She said it was formed “to stop the defamation of the Jewish people and to ensure justice and fair treatment for all.”

That purpose fell by the wayside, she said. It was replaced by targeting “a young conservative Jewish woman for speaking out against wokeness, far-left indoctrination of children, and the medical mutilation of minors under the guise of gender ideology.”

Raichik blasted the organization for putting her in the same category as terrorists such as Hamas.

As for the ADL, a spokesperson told LGBT publication the Advocate that “we are aware of her demands and are investigating.”

That investigation apparently led to her removal from the “Glossary of Extremism.” Those who target children with radical gender ideology should make such a list, not a young woman who tirelessly works to expose them.