Twitter suspends Libs of TikTok for reporting that hospital performs histerectomies on minors

The account’s holder spoke with an employee who acknowledged that the hospital performed hysterectomies to facilitate her gender changes. Children's National Hospital denies this.

Twitter suspended the Libs of TikTok account for seven days for allegedly engaging in "hateful conduct" by showing a recording in which some of the staff at Children's National Hospital allegedly admitted to performing hysterectomies on underage transgender people.

The recording consists of a phone call between Children's National Hospital staff and the Libs of TikTok administrator, Chaya Raichik, who posed as the mother of a 16-year-old girl with gender dysphoria, to schedule a consultation for the alleged minor to undergo a hysterectomy.

In the audio, an alleged employee is heard claiming that the hospital has performed transgender-related surgeries on minors, including children under the age of 16.

You can listen to the audio below.

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Chaya Raichik reacted to the suspension on her blog by saying:"A few years ago people would have applauded the kind of journalism I did. Now, it is instantly vilified and discredited by other so-called reporters who have set out to suppress the truth."

The Libs of TikTok account was also suspended in April and in June for exposing the views of leftists.

Children's National Hospital denied that they applied these practices on children through a statement on Twitter saying: "We do not provide gender affirmation hysterectomies for anyone under the age of 18." “We do not provide hormone therapy to children before puberty begins,” they insisted.