Audio Recording Allegedly Exposes How Hospital Preys On Children

( An audio recording from the popular and controversial LibsOfTikTok Twitter account exposed how hospitals prey on children and perform irreversible “gender-affirming” procedures on children, according to the LibsOfTikTok substack. The account was “viciously attacked” after raising awareness about Boston Children’s Hospital performing these procedures, like hysterectomies, which is the permanent removal of a woman’s reproductive system.

LibsOfTikTok owner, Chaya Raichik, then decided to discover if there were other hospitals that offered these practices to children. “That’s when I stumbled across Children’s National Hospital in Washington, D.C.,” the post states. “Scrolling through their site, I came across a page which says the hospital treats young patients between the ages of 0 and 21 for gynecology care and gender-affirming medical treatments, including hysterectomies.”

She initially thought this was a mistake and decided to call to clarify what age one has to be to undergo these procedures. In an audio recording to the hospital, Raichik pretends to be a parent calling on behalf of her female daughter who is transitioning to male. A worker in the surgery department of the hospital said that children of all different age groups come in for the surgery, younger than 16 years old.

“If you don’t mind me asking, what did your child’s gender change into so I can point you in the right direction,” the hospital worker asked.

“Well he transitioned to a male. You know he already had the top surgery and now we’re looking for the hysterectomy,” Raichik answered.

“Okay. Beautiful,” the worker said, before suggesting she transfer her over to the gynecologist nurse line.

After the usual leftist backlash alleging that Raichik was stirring the pot, the Twitter account was subsequently locked, preventing Raichik from accessing it. The Twitter police determined it violated “rules of hateful conduct,” according to conservative magazine American Pigeon.

“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 email from the big tech overlord stated after the offense. But Twitter did not say what the offending tweet was.