Marjorie Taylor Green told CPAC she “knew she was in good company” when Twitter banned her because the social media giant was “connected to the Communists” one day after appearing at a white nationalist conference
- Asked if she felt like an “extremist” after being banned from participating in the social media platform, Green said: “The first thing I knew was that I was definitely right.”
- “Because Twitter kicked out President Trump, didn’t everyone?” So I knew I was in good company when Twitter kicked me out.
- A day earlier, Green spoke at the American Conference on First Political Action in Orlando, organized by white nationalist icon Nick Fuentes.
- Fuentes took part in the deadly protest of white nationalists in Charlottesville in 2017 and was called for his role in the Capitol riot on January 6
Representative Marjorie Taylor Green told a crowd of conservatives that she never thought about the tweet that made her the first member of Congress to ever be expelled.
Asked if she felt like an “extremist” after being banned from participating in a social media platform, Georgia republican He said, “The first thing I realized was that I was definitely right.”
“I also knew I hadn’t tweeted anything wrong … I was talking about masking children being child abuse and I was talking about why I knew we had to do everything we could to stop vaccine mandates, to stop people. to be repealed, stop specifically for our health workers who cared for people on the front lines, “said the Conservative Conservative Policy Action (CPAC) in Orlando on Saturday.
Trump himself will chair the conference at 7 p.m. on Saturday.
Asked if she felt “extremist” after being banned from participating in the social media platform, Georgia Republican Marjorie Taylor Green said: “The first thing I knew was that I was definitely right.”
“Because Twitter kicked out President Trump, didn’t everyone?” So I knew I was in good company when Twitter kicked me out, “Green said
A day earlier, Green spoke at the American Conference on First Political Action in Orlando, organized by white nationalist icon Nick Fuentes.
Fuentes took part in the deadly rally of white nationalists in Charlottesville in 2017 and was called up for his role in the Capitol Revolt on January 6.
In that address, she claimed that the Democrats had destroyed “gender” and “pronouns” by adopting a trans-inclusive language, and told the crowd that they had to “fight for the Constitution”.
“You have taken the responsibility to fight for our constitution and to defend our freedoms and to stop the Democrats, who are the Communist Party of the United States,” Green said.
Following Green’s remarks, speaker Vincent James Fox told the crowd, “They want to replace you.”
“Western white culture is the culture of the majority that even non-whites assimilate today – and they are better than that.”
Foxx works with the alt-right street fight club Rise Above Movement.
When Green left the conference, she was harassed by reporters who asked her why she spoke at the conference yesterday and whether she would condemn white supremacy. She refused to answer and was taken away by security.
While Green’s personal account remained permanently disabled, her @RepMTG work account was restored.
Green’s latest tweets from her personal account show that she is outraged by what she exploded as the government overdoses on COVID and discusses how life has changed since the virus hit the US coast.
Green’s removal comes almost a year after Donald Trump was finally removed days after the January 6 uprising.
This was the fifth strike for Green on Twitter, which was last stopped in August because she said vaccines “failed” to reduce the spread of COVID and that the FDA should not have approved them.
She received her third strike in July after tweeting that COVID was not dangerous. She was also removed in January, days after the Capitol riot, over tweets reflecting conspiracy theories about voter fraud in her home state of Georgia.
Two or three strikes win a 12-hour account lockout; four strikes lead to a weekly suspension, and five or more strikes can permanently remove someone from Twitter.
“The FDA should not approve Covid vaccines. There have been too many reports of infection and spread of # COVID19 in vaccinated people. These vaccines are ineffective and do not reduce the spread of the virus or masks. “Vaccine mandates and passports violate individual freedoms,” Green wrote on Twitter on August 9.
In a statement released by her office, Green said she was stopped from tweeting, citing numbers from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, a vaccine self-reporting tool managed by the Centers for Disease Control and the Administration. on food and medicine.
A Twitter spokesman said: “We have permanently suspended @mtgreene for repeated violations of our disinformation policy on COVID-19. We were clear that according to our strike system for this policy, we will permanently suspend accounts for repeated violations of the rules. ”