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It was almost a year ago exactly that Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) accused her critics of just wanting to date her. Now, the equally eyeroll-inducing Taylor Lorenz at The Washington Post has made similarly bizarre claims. In tweets highlighted by our friends at Twitchy, Lorenz claimed that the creator of the Libs of TikTok account was trying to be like her. 


The creator behind the account appeared on the Fox Nation show of "Tucker Carlson Today," where she mentioned being doxxed by Lorenz earlier this year. As Matt highlighted earlier on Wednesday, Libs of TikTok had received an offer from Gov. Ron DeSantis' (R-FL) office to stay at the governor's mansion if she needed to. 

In all seriousness, though, doxxing can lead to serious safety concerns, something Lorenz and her supporters continue to dismiss and even laugh off. The hypocrisy is astounding, as Lorenz continues to turn herself into a martyr and play the victim for threats and harassment she claims to have received. 


Brad Slager, in his part two of the years' end round-up of "Riffed from the Headlines" earlier on Wednesday devoted multiple mentions to Lorenz:

  • Taylorenz doxxed the Libs Of TikTok, requiring corrections by her paper. Lorenz reported on YouTube accounts profiting from the Depp/Heard trial, requiring corrections by her paper. Lorenz blamed Libs of Tik Tok for a Boston hospital being evacuated which never occurred, requiring corrections by her paper. Lorenz was assigned a specific editor to double-check her work.

Speaking of hypocrisy, among those chiming in to condemn the Libs of TikTok creator include Alejandra Caraballo, who on Tuesday tweeted out a hysterical thread. 

While Dana Loesch was quote tweeting state Sen. Scott Weiner (D-CA) in calling out the hysterical critics for inciting so much hate and abuse against the Libs of TikTok account, Caraballo's own tweets certainly apply here as well. 


Caraballo is a particularly egregious example of hypocrisy. While the activist claims just about anything and everything is an example of "incit[ing] violence," Caraballo couldn't stand for being confronted earlier this month by Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) over tweets that directly incited violence against conservative Supreme Court justices for daring to overturn Roe v. Wade with the Dobbs v. Jackson decision, and denied that such tweets did amount to incitement.

"Libs of TikTok" has been trending in reaction to the interview that the account's creator gave with Carlson. 

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