Marjorie Taylor Greene doesn’t think the FDA should approve COVID Vaccines – Twitter doesn’t think she should be allowed to question the narrative and suspended her account.
In her post, Ms. Greene states that neither the vaccines nor masks work in reducing the spread of Covid, and the FDA shouldn’t approve them. She also wrote that vaccine mandates and passports violate individual freedoms.
According to CNN –
Twitter (TWTR) has suspended Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s account for one week following another violation of the platform’s rules, the company said Tuesday.
Greene tweeted on Monday that the Food and Drug Administration “should not approve the covid vaccines.” She also claimed the vaccines were “failing” and that they were ineffective at reducing the virus’s spread.
In response, Twitter labeled the tweet as misleading and prevented Greene from tweeting for one week.
The tweet, a company spokesperson said, “was labeled in line with our COVID-19 misleading information policy. The account will be in read-only mode for a week due to repeated violations of the Twitter Rules.”
According to Twitter’s Covid-19 misinformation policy, users can receive a one-week suspension if they violate that policy four times. Violating the Covid-19 policy five or more times can result in a permanent ban. Twitter declined to say how many times Greene has violated the company’s rules.
Twitter doesn’t hesitate to suspend or ban conservative users when they go against the liberal narrative, or in other words, “speak out of line”. They were likely overjoyed to remove Ms. Greene’s post which, among other things, mentioned 2- of the most egregious words known to Democrats; “individuals”, and “freedom”.
The tech giant has been working OT to shut down any and all dissent that refutes the propaganda coming out of the administration and their evil minion Fauci. But most Americans can remember when a sick and tired old windbag named Hilary Clinton went on a tirade bellowing that as Americans “We have a right to debate and disagree with any administration.”
For those lucky enough to have missed it…