Twitter Restricts Marjorie Taylor Greene For 1 Week After Claiming COVID-19 Vaccines Are ‘Failing’

Twitter has restricted Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene’s ability to post from her personal account for seven days after her claim that COVID-19 vaccines were “failing.”

The Georgia Republican’s personal account will be able to access Twitter, but will not be able to post messages during the seven-day period.

“The Tweet you referenced was tagged in accordance with our COVID-19 misleading information policy,” a Twitter spokesperson said in a statement. “The account will be in read-only mode for a week due to repeated violations of the Twitter Rules.”

The message from Ms. Greene that triggered the Twitter action was posted Monday night.

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

Previously, Ms. Greene had been prevented from posting about Twitter rule violations, as recently as last month. The latest action against her personal account indicates that Ms. Greene is receiving more aggressive action from Twitter.

In previous violations, Ms. Greene’s account has been restricted for 12 hours. Users who have four violations of the Twitter policy on misleading information related to COVID-19 receive the punishment of seven days, while users who have five or more warnings against their account can receive a permanent suspension according to the rules of Twitter

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