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BREAKING: Babylon Bee's Seth Dillon offers $20,000 reward for identity of Boston Children's Hospital bomb threat caller

"One way or another, the anonymous coward who called in this threat needs to be exposed and face justice."

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Following a bomb threat that was called in for Boston Children’s Hospital on Tuesday night, Babylon Bee CEO Seth Dillon has offered a $20,000 reward for the person that can provide information regarding the identity of the caller.

"Last night, police responded to a bomb threat at Boston Children's Hospital. Thankfully, the anonymous caller was bluffing—no bomb was found. This was good news to everyone except the lunatic Leftists who can't wait for something violent to happen so they can blame us for it," Dillon wrote on Twitter.

"And I mean it when I say they can't wait. I'm willing to bet this bomb threat was called in not by someone who opposes 'gender-affirming care' for minors, but by someone who hates Libs of TikTok and wants to see Chaya permanently banned for inciting violence," Dillon continued.

Dillon, who works with Libs of TikTok, said he had reason to believe his suspicions because "we’re the ones protecting children. Our opposition to these surgical and chemical procedures is rooted not in hatred for the trans community, but in genuine concern for the well-being of the kids irreversibly damaged by them."

"Our followers share that concern. It'd make no sense whatsoever to threaten a children's hospital in the name of protecting kids. I think the better explanation is that this bomb threat was a setup.

"It conveniently supports the Left's insane narrative that any critical coverage of 'family-friendly' drag shows or 'gender-affirming care' amounts to 'stochastic terrorism' (i.e., incitement). They also have a disgusting habit of using hoaxes to advance their narratives.

"One way or another, the anonymous coward who called in this threat needs to be exposed and face justice. To that end, I'm putting up a $20,000 cash reward to anyone who comes forward with information leading to his or her arrest," Dillon concluded.

Anyone with tips regarding the caller is directed to contact tips@libsoftiktok.com

According to a police report obtained by The Post Millennial, the person who made the threat is currently "unknown" to the Boston Police Department.

Just after 8 pm on Tuesday, officers responded to the hospital for a bomb threat call. Officers remained at the scene until just after 10pm, with the hospital restricting access to outsiders.

The police report stated that "no suspicious items were observed/located" in the search.

In an email sent to employees on Tuesday night, the Children’s Hospital said police had "given the all clear that there is no active threat to the hospital following a potential security threat reported to the hospital this evening."

"There was a large Boston Police presence onsite to secure the main hospital and 333 Longwood Ave.," hospital officials wrote. "Following normal hospital protocols, the hospital was temporarily on lockdown and access to the hospital was restricted."

The bomb threat comes after the Children’s Hospital received backlash for performing gender affirming surgeries on minors, something that the hospital has since denied doing.

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