Twitter has permanently banned the personal account of US Congressman Marjorie Taylor Green. The Republican politician from Georgia has frequently spread misinformation about the coronavirus, according to Twitter, which is not allowed under the social media platform’s rules.
The message that led to Twitter shutting down his account was not disclosed. On Saturday, Green wrote that vaccine deaths were being taken seriously, but today “too many vaccine deaths are being ignored while the number of government-imposed vaccination commitments is increasing.”
On Telegram, Greene, an outspoken supporter of former President Trump, responded forcefully to Twitter’s decision, which she called “un-American.” “Twitter is an enemy of America and can’t stand the truth. It’s okay. I’m going to show America that we don’t need them and that it’s time to defeat our enemies,” she wrote.
Former Congressman was under fire Due to, among other things, racist statements and the spread of conspiracy theories by QAnon, which had previously been temporarily banned from Twitter. Then the intervals were from twelve hours to a week. Now her personal Twitter account is permanently closed. Her official account, where she shares information about her work in Congress, remains open.
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