It looks like a deal!!!
Big Tech censorship attacks again because Twitter banned Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, which happened only one day prior to her experience of being expelled from Congress.
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This is obviously a deal between the Democrats and Big Tech. They are trying to oust Marjorie.
California Rep. Jimmie Gomes attacks and accuses Greene of supporting and initiating political violence towards Democrats.
Also, he introduced legislation to remove her from Congress because of the controversial social media posts.
In the Telegram Group, Marjorie Taylor Greene shared Twitter’s actions.
“Today Democrats are introducing a resolution to EXPEL me from Congress.And all of a sudden overnight, Twitter suspended me at 1 am for 12 hours for absolutely no reason, with no explanation.They’re doing everything they can to silence me because I am a threat to the Swamp!” – Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene.
California rep. Jimmie introduced the resolution because Greed on the social media platform supported posts that called for political violence against the Speaker of the House, also members of the Congress, and at the same time against the former President Barack Obama.
According to the California Rep., he is supported by 72 Dems on Thursday to expel Rep. Greene.
In an interview for Fox News, Marjorie T. Greene stated.
“There is nothing more threatening to Democrats than strong Republican women!”
“Democrats are trying [to] overturn the will of the American people who voted for both myself and Congresswoman Miller-Meeks. This is a continuation of the House Democrats’ war on women!”
The two-thirds majority needs to approve the decision for Marjorie to be expelled from Congress, and the expulsion is not expected to pass.
However, House Democrats constantly attack Rep. Greene, especially this year.
She has been labeled as a person who creates conspiracy theories because of her social media posts, but now she apologized for that.
In February, she said:
‘’These were words of the past, and these things do not represent me,”
“They do not represent my district, and they do not represent my values.”