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After Marjorie Taylor Greene was banned by Twitter, her Facebook account was suspended for 24 hours

After the social media giant suspended her account, Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene accused Facebook and Twitter of censoring her.

The congresswoman said on the conservative social media platform Gettr that Facebook had suspended her account for 24 hours “Go beyond censorship.
Just one day after Twitter permanently banned Greene from using one of her accounts, the company called it “Repeated violations of our COVID-19 misinformation policy.

In her post on Gettr, the inflammatory Republican asked, “Who designates Twitter and Facebook to be the authority on information and misinformation?“She went on to say:”When large technology companies decide which political speeches to accept and which not to accept from elected members, they are opposing the interests of our government and our people.

Green also shared a screenshot that said: “You cannot post or comment within 24 hours. This is because the content you posted previously does not meet our community standards.

When the media was asked about comments on the temporary suspension of accounts, Facebook stated that one of her posts “Violation of our policy, we have deleted her; but removing her offending account is beyond our policy.

Judging from the screenshots Green uploaded to Gettr, the post that caught the attention of Facebook moderators read: “It is 2022. After 2020, we have entered a new time dating method. BC and AC. Before Covid. After the epidemic. We will enter the third year of AC.“This seems to be another interpretation of the series of tweets she posted immediately before the permanent suspension of Twitter.

She also mentioned the government’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), claiming that the social media company “Believing that the #VAERS system managed by CDC on our own government website is misinformation.In response to the Twitter suspension, her communications director posted the message on Telegram on Sunday, and Green also insisted that she was banned from using social media platforms only because of “Publish VAERS statistics on Twitter.

As a supporter of Trump, a stubborn conservative, and a critic of long-term opposition to the regulations on masks and vaccines, Green has been at the center of many controversies since he was elected to Congress in 2020. In February, her fellow Democrats kicked her out of all committees she was on. Her social media posts were seen as supporting political violence and promoting conspiracy theories.

As we all know, the female congressman has repeatedly violated the House of Representatives mask regulations. Media reports said that she and another Republican representative had to pay a total of more than $100,000 because they refused to comply.

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