The company proclaimed Sunday, Twitter temporarily blocked the account of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene.
Because of her “repeated violations” of the Covid-19 misinformation policy, her personal account has been suspended.
Twitter said in a very statement,”We permanently suspended the account you documented (@mtgreenee) for recurrent violations of our COVID-19 misinformation policy”.
“We’ve been clear that, per our strike system for this policy, we will permanently suspend accounts for recurrent violations of the policy.”
Twitter said that Ms
Greene had a fifth “strike,” which meant that her account won’t be restored.
The company had issued her a fourth strike in August after she incorrectly posted that the vaccines were “failing.”
Ms Graham Greene was given a 3rd strike less than a month before that when she had tweeted that Covid-19 wasn’t dangerous for individuals unless they were obese or over age sixty-five, and said vaccines shouldn’t be needed.
Greene, R-Ga., seems to still have access to her professional account, @RepMTG, however, Twitter failed to say what was tweeted to earn a permanent suspension.
Greene said, in a very statement Sunday through her office, that she was suspended for tweeting statistics from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System.
Greene said, “Twitter is an enemy to America and can’t handle the reality”.”That’s fine, I’ll show America we don’t need them and it’s time to defeat our enemies.”
Twitter’s policy was enacted in March last year, implementing a strike system for violations. One strike may not incur associate action, however, the company will place locks on an account that repeatedly violates the policy.
According to the company’s website, Five or additional strikes will result in a permanent suspension.
Greene was suspended multiple times in 2021 for violations of the company’s policies.
In January last year, Greene was issued a suspension for creating false claims regarding widespread voter fraud in Georgia. She was conjointly quickly suspended in July and August for violating the Covid-19 policy with tweets relating to vaccines.