Marjorie Taylor Greene Suspended By Twitter
Twitter allegedly suspended Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) on Friday, the same day Democrat Rep. Jimmy Gomez introduced a resolution to expel her from Congress.
Greene shared a screenshot of a message from Twitter saying that her account had been “temporarily limited” and that she would be “limited to only sending direct messages… no tweets, retweets, or likes.”
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Greene wrote on Parler, “Today Democrats are introducing a resolution to EXPEL me from Congress.”
“And then, for no apparent reason, Twitter suspended me for 12 hours at 1 a.m. for no apparent reason,” she continued.
Twitter is no longer available. Marjorie Taylor Greene is temporarily unavailable.
Marjorie Taylor Greene’s account was reportedly temporarily suspended as House Democrats introduced a resolution to have her expelled from Congress.
According to CNBC, Twitter officials have not confirmed the suspension, and there is no evidence that the action is related to today’s Democratic move.
They write, “The action comes as House Democrats seek to expel the conspiracy-supporting congresswoman from Washington.”
According to the Political Insider, Gomez and 72 other Democratic officials will introduce a “privileged” resolution to expel Greene on Friday.
The ‘privileged’ designation allows the matter to be voted on at any time.
Greene’s previous social media posts have been cited by Gomez as a reason for her expulsion from Congress.
“I believe that some of my Republican colleagues, particularly one in particular, wish this legislative body harm. And I’m not saying it for shock value,” Gomez said during a House floor speech on Friday.
“After a member of Congress advocated violence against our peers, the speaker, and our government, I came to this conclusion.”
Greene (R-GA) was chastised after it was revealed that she “liked” controversial remarks on social media, including one that said “a bullet to the head would be faster” in a debate over ousting House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA).
She’s also interested in QAnon conspiracies.
Greene apologized for her actions after Democrats removed her from her committee positions in February.
“I sincerely apologize for saying all of those things that are wrong and offensive,” she said at the time. “I’m delighted to say that. I think it’s important to admit when we’ve made a mistake.”
"These were words of the past, and these things do not represent me," Marjorie Taylor Greene apologizes for her past statements on QAnon and 9/11 https://t.co/7JoEb8gErP pic.twitter.com/J276uo2gSw
— Newsmax (@newsmax) February 4, 2021
According to a recent Quinnipiac University poll, Americans believe Greene better represents the Republican Party than more moderate members like Liz Cheney (WY).