Twitter has locked the popular account Libs of TikTok for violating the platform’s “rules against hateful conduct.”
This not the first time the account has been banned or suspended due to its content.
In June, Libs of TikTok was locked out over a series of tweets about drag shows that target children.
The specific post was deemed “abuse and harassment,” and the account was restored after an appeal was lost and the offensive tweet was deleted.
In May, Libs of TikTok was also suspended from Instagram for reportedly violating the platform’s Community Guidelines, but it was not specified how.
The account has gained a massive following on Twitter for re-sharing posts from far-left creators on TikTok. It often shares videos about transgenderism, education and other controversial topics.
The Babylon Bee’s Seth Dillon shared the email that Twitter sent to Libs of TikTok notifying the owner that the account is locked.
“Hi Libs of TikTok, your account, @libsoftiktok has been locked for violating the Twitter rules,” it said.
“You may not promote violence against, threaten, or harass other people on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, religious affiliation, age, disability, or serious disease,” the statement continued.
“Please note that repeated violations may lead to a permanent suspension of your account. Proceed to Twitter now to fix the issue with your account,” Twitter concluded.
It is unclear which of the account’s posts Twitter found to be in violation.
Twitter usually requires users to delete offensive tweets before regaining access to their account, but it does not appear that Libs of TikTok has removed anything.
Recently, the account has been exposing hospitals performing gender reassignment surgeries on minors.
Children’s National Hospital in Washington, D.C. was exposed for reportedly offering “gender-affirming” hysterectomies for kids under the age of 21.
Libs of TikTok shared audio from a phone call with the hospital where a worker admitted that they have seen the surgery performed on children younger than 16 years old.
The hospital claimed it doesn’t support the surgeries, but language on its own website suggests otherwise.
Facebook also suspended Libs of TikTok earlier this month, but did not cite a particular reason for the ban.
“You can’t use Facebook or Messenger because your account, or activity on it, didn’t follow our Community Standards. We have already reviewed this decision and it can’t be reversed,” Facebook said.