The far-left social media platform banned interactions, including liking, replying, and retweeting, with the post in question “due to a risk of violence.”
But Greene’s post does not encourage or incite violence.
They did nothing.
— Marjorie Taylor Greene 🇺🇸 (@mtgreenee) January 17, 2021
Twitter responded to the tweet with a 12-hour suspension and a note that she “violated the Twitter Rules.”
But this may not be Greene’s last suspension, since she has fought relentlessly for election integrity.
On the day that Congress certified the unconstitutional Electoral College votes on Jan. 6, she tweeted:
The American people deserve elections they can trust.
Thousands of sworn affidavits (at risk of JAIL TIME) were submitted confirming MASSIVE fraud.
The evidence is clear.
It’s the duty of Congress to OBJECT to fraudulent electoral votes.
Today, I will fight for our country.
— Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (@RepMTG) January 6, 2021
Greene has emerged as one of the boldest Republicans in the House by pledging to introduce Articles of Impeachment against Democrat Joe Biden on his first day in office.
I’ll be introducing Articles of Impeachment against President-elect @JoeBiden due to his abuses of power as Vice President.
— Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (@RepMTG) January 17, 2021