Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene is suspended from Twitter for 12 hours after sharing a series of pandemic posts that the social media giant condemned.
The suspension, which took effect yesterday, is set to expire sometime today, but it marks the second time the big tech tyrant has temporarily banned the Twitter user in recent months. The company said her first suspension was a mistake.
In a Sunday tweet, Greene said the government should not “force NON-FDA approved vaccines or masks. Instead [it should] help people protect their health by defeating obesity, which will protect them from [virus] complications and death, and many other health problems. We should invest in health, not human experimentation.”
If Greene continues to rack up “strikes” because of her Twitter content, she could ultimately be suspended for a week, or even face a permanent ban like the former president.