Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), the QAnon-loving, mask-refusing congresswoman, was suspended from Twitter for 12 hours, she announced in a statement. “Americans [sic] rights are being stripped away and they aren’t being heard by the people they elected to represent them. And with Big Tech silencing them, they literally can’t be heard,” read the statement, posted on Twitter by a reporter. Greene had last tweeted a conspiracy theory about the 2020 election.
When she regained her Twitter access on Monday, Greene posted a lengthy rant, grousing, “Dear Twitter: Contrary to how highly you think of yourself and your moral platitude, you are not the judge of humanity. God is.” She added, “Also, Twitter is becoming boring without President Trump.”
Since Trump’s loss, Twitter has taken a more aggressive stance toward curbing misinformation on its platform, permanently banning Trump, as well as several QAnon-related accounts. As such, in her statement, Greene decried Twitter’s “purging an unknown number of conservatives.”