‘I’m just a woman who saw a problem’: Libs of TikTok speaks, Ashli Babbitt’s mom gets standing O and more from CPAC!

“Libs of TikTok” creator Chaya Raichik was featured on a panel at CPAC 2023 and she explained what motivated her to take on a role that ultimately saw her become a target of the rabid left.

Pointing out that she kept seeing “outrageous” content online, Raichik said that the people behind the overtly-sexual behavior, often teachers, were so proud of themselves for shaping the minds of young children and that prompted her to say the public needs to know about this.

“I’m just a woman who saw a problem and decided to help and do something about it,” she modestly stated, saying she had no background in journalism, politics, or the media.

Going from no Twitter followers to 1.9 million, Raichik has become a force to be reckoned with. At one point, she would be put in Twitter jail and remain there until freed by Elon Musk when he took control of the social media platform.

Raichik also commented on being doxxed by Washington Post cry-bully Taylor Lorenz while on the panel.

BizPac Review has a crew on the ground at CPAC 2023 and captured video footage of U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert, R-Colo., calling for “more subpoenas” from the Republican-led House that is pursuing a number of different probes, including looking into the Biden family’s dubious business interests and the so-called Democrat-led Jan 6 “investigation,” which is what the GOP lawmaker is referring to here.

Sarah Palin made an appearance at CPAC, which is being held this year at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center, located just outside of D.C. in National Harbor, Md.

The former governor of Alaska was asked at CPAC for her thoughts regarding Nikki Haley running for president and she made it clear that she backs Donald Trump in 2024.

“He’s got to get back in there and pick up where he left off,” she said, adding that his policies “were right for America.”

Kari Lake spoke about election integrity in her signature bold style:

U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., was also present, and she announced that she will be re-introducing a bill next week to protect children from being chemically castrated and mutilated, which the left calls gender-affirming care.

“I’m going to be introducing my bill the Protect Children’s Innocence Act that will make it a felony to perform anything to do with gender-affirming care on children,” she said from the stage.

Ashli Babbit’s mother received a standing ovation from attendees when it was announced from the stage that she was in attendance — the 35-year-old unarmed Air Force veteran was shot and killed inside the U.S. Capital by a police officer who would later be cleared of any wrongdoing.

Here are some other highlights and tweets from the past two days involving the male representation of the conservative species:


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