Republican Congressman Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia was locked on Sunday because his personal Twitter account was described by the technology platform as repeatedly violating its misinformation policy against the new coronavirus.
The congresswoman’s personal account @mtgreenee displays a notice saying that it has been suspended, while her official congressional account @RepMTG is still active.
A Twitter spokesperson said in an email to The Washington Times: “We have permanently suspended the account you cited (@mtgreenee) for repeated violations of our COVID-19 misinformation policy.” “We have made it clear that according to In response to this policy’s strike system, we will permanently suspend accounts that have repeatedly violated the policy.”
The spokesperson did not say which tweet was the last of its five strikes and your out policy, but Ms. Green said in a statement that she believed it was a comment on the vaccine adverse event reporting system.
“Twitter is the enemy of the United States and cannot handle the truth,” Ms. Green said in a statement. statement On the telegram. “It doesn’t matter. I will tell the United States that we don’t need them. It’s time to defeat our enemies. When people speak the truth, they cannot successfully complete the communist revolution.”
The conservative instigator has been suspended multiple times, including at least twice for commenting on the COVID-19 vaccine.
Rep. Green issued a lengthy statement about the suspension of her Twitter. This is an excerpt: pic.twitter.com/H1DuDaDmFL
-AJC Washington Correspondent Tia Mitchell (@ajconwashington) January 2, 2022