Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Suspended From Twitter for One Week Over 'COVID Misinformation'

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene has been suspended from Twitter, again — this time for one week.

The platform claims that Greene violated their policy against “COVID misinformation,” by tweeting on Monday that the FDA should not approve COVID-19 vaccines because they are “failing.”

“The account will be in read-only mode for a week due to repeated violations of the Twitter Rules,” a Twitter spokesperson told CNN.

On Monday, Greene tweeted, “The FDA should not approve the covid vaccines. There are too many reports of infection & spread of #COVID19 among vaccinated people. These vaccines are failing & do not reduce the spread of the virus & neither do masks. Vaccine mandates & passports violate individual freedoms.”

In addition to her suspension, Twitter labeled the tweet as “misleading.”

Twitter’s policy on COVID-19 misinformation states that a user’s account can be locked for one week if they violate the policy four times — and permanently banned on the fifth.

Greene was also suspended for 12 hours after violating the policy with two tweets back in July.

The Georgia Representative’s first offending post was in reply to U.S.Rep Thomas Massey, who posted about resistance to compulsory COVID-19 vaccines among military members. 

The second flagged tweet was a response to Dr. David Samadi, who said 47% of the UK’s new coronavirus cases are among vaccinated people. Greene said “We should invest in health, not human experimentation.”

Greene was also temporarily suspended in April. However, the company later rescinded the ban and claimed that it was a mistake by their automated system.

Timcast has reached out to Rep. Greene’s office for comment and will update this article if one is provided.

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6 responses to “Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Suspended From Twitter for One Week Over ‘COVID Misinformation’”

  1. DoubleDownDee says:

    I don’t care you all hate her cus she ‘so close to trump optics’. Go fuck yourselves fence sitters, and we will all celebrate outspoken people.

  2. Wolv256 says:

    Twitter’s terms of service are “misleading”.

  3. parbruek says:

    Note that these are the same companies that will hide and demote your content for saying things like, “Taiwan is an independent nation.” That tells you all you need to know about their morals. And their spine.

  4. Another Beer says:

    I found a good song for Twitter and Facebook on Rumble:

  5. nothexpert says:

    Oh Cassandra, still living in the blue pilled world I see. The FDA has been a garbage organization since its inception and this is evidenced not only by the poor quality of health of Americans but the ridiculous side effects brought on by basically all new medications.

    There are several reasons for this but I will only address a few as it ties in to a much larger conversation. But the way the FDA approves new drugs are through non-inferioritiy trials. That means they test their new drug against, well, nothing. If the FDA wished to gain any sort of credibility they would administer superiority trials and test new drugs against already established and therapeutically credible drugs on the market. But no. The FDA will skip the already non-existent standards all drugs go through, of which I would guess there literally has not been one drug that provides therapeutic gain without long lasting and horrible side effects in the past several decades.

    This is mostly due to scientific virtue signaling, or new molecular entities. If the chemical structure of a drug can be changed the FDA will certify the drug as a new drug, and this is where we get multiple medications for a single ailment, all of which cause various side effects. It wouldn’t be that big of a deal except pharmaceutical companies will say all their “research”, which is very expensive and one of the reason health care costs are so high, is just so costly they have no other option but to raise prices on the consumer.

    And really the poor state of Americans health is the biggest metric to which I would argue the FDA should be associated with. For the first time in recent history our future generations will live shorter lives than our previous generations and in a poorer state of health. The food we eat is garbage as are the drugs prescribed to fix the problems caused by the food, remind me, what does FDA stand for? Something, something administration right? Take a look at the top 10 leading causes of death in the US, all if not the vast majority are caused by food (and lack of exercise).

    The fact that MGT talks about the FDA as if they mean something is really just sad. Also a side note, it would a[[ear since universal healthcare has come around in the form of the PPACA life expectancy has dropped. Totally unrelated but the lemmings at the top would never know what to do if confronted by the fact that life expectancy rates have fallen since implementation.

  6. Wolv256 says:

    Fuck Twitter and Big Tech. Arrest them all for treason to our country.