'Beyond censorship': Marjorie Taylor Greene protests after suspension Facebook suspension Twitter ban
Just one day after Twitter permanently suspended far right wing Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene Facebook has joined in curtailing the Georgia Republican’s social media access, suspending her for 24 hours she claims.
Greene took to former Trump spokesman Jason Miller’s GETTR social media platform, posting a screenshot purportedly of her Facebook suspension notice, Business Insider reports.
“This is because you previously posted something that didn’t follow our Community Standards,” the notice reads, adding that a specific post “goes against our standards of misinformation that could cause physical harm.”
Greene vented her fury, falsely claiming her Facebook suspension “is beyond censorship of speech.”
“I’m an elected Member of Congress representing over 700,000 US tax paying citizens and I represent their voices, values, defend their freedoms, and protect the Constitution,” she added, suggesting the quarantined post was COVID-related.
A day after Twitter permanently suspended her personal account, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene R-GA says Facebook has suspended her for 24 hours.pic.twitter.com/9HtnMYYxoN— Jamie Dupree (@Jamie Dupree) 1641226699
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