A Republican from Georgia will have to find other ways to connect with her supporters, after an internet company temporarily blocked her access.
Twitter banned Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene for a week because she complained about the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA’s) decision to approve ineffective Chinese Communist Party (CCP) virus vaccines.
“FDA should not approve the COVID (CCP virus) vaccines [because] there are too many reports of infection and spread … among vaccinated people,” she said on Twitter.
Greene questioned the need to immunize people against the deadly disease, if they still have to wear face masks to avoid infecting others or contracting the virus themselves.
“These vaccines are failing and do not reduce the spread of the virus and neither do masks,” she said.
The Republican now believes government restrictions to help contain the pandemic are unnecessarily eroding individual liberties.
“Vaccine mandates and passports violate individual freedoms,” she said.
The FDA should not approve the covid vaccines.— Marjorie Taylor Greene 🇺🇸 (@mtgreenee) August 10, 2021
There are too many reports of infection & spread of #COVID19 among vaccinated people.
These vaccines are failing & do not reduce the spread of the virus & neither do masks.
Vaccine mandates & passports violate individual freedoms.
The social network accused Greene of repeatedly breaching the platform’s “COVID-19 (CCP virus) misleading information policy,” and the so-called five-strike policy on misinformation according to The Hill.
Twitter uses artificial intelligence and machine learning technology to identify and penalize users for circulating alternative views on the pandemic. If a user breaches the rule twice or three times, his or her account will be locked for 12 hours each time. Four strikes result in a week-long suspension, and five strikes or more brings permanent removal.
Neither Greene nor other users are allowed to reply, share, or like the offending post until the suspension is lifted.
The Republican believes she was punished for frankly evaluating the performance of experimental vaccines, and their “scary side effects” like myocarditis, blood clots and miscarriages.
“Twitter suspended me for speaking the truth, and tweeting what so many people are saying,” she said in a statement obtained by the Washington Examiner. “I have vaccinated family [members] that are sick with COVID (CCP virus) [and] studies are showing vaccinated people are still getting COVID and spreading COVID.”
“FDA should not approve those vaccines until more research is done,” she added. “[The CCP virus is a] communist Chinese bioweapon.”
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is aware of adverse reactions to the vaccine, and simply explains them as “normal signs that your body is building protection.” CDC also claims serious side effects are “extremely unlikely” after vaccination.
Anthony Fauci strongly criticized everyone attending the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota for spreading the CCP virus. However, President Joe Biden’s chief medical adviser continues to be strangely “silent” about Barack Obama’s huge Massachusetts birthday party where he danced maskless on Aug. 7.
Back in July, Twitter accused Greene of violating company policy that prohibits promoting disinformation that could cause harm during the pandemic. The congresswoman had posted the virus is “not dangerous” for anyone who is neither obese nor older than 65.
“Twitter, Facebook, and the rest of the Silicon Valley ‘cartel’ are working hand in hand with the White House to censor Americans,” she said according to the Associated Press.
President Biden previously asked big tech companies to crack down against those who claim vaccines are “killing people.” Thousands of messages and millions of accounts have since been removed from Twitter.
“[This is nothing more than] a communist-style attack on free speech,” Greene said according to the newswire service. “Big tech companies are doing the bidding of the Biden regime to restrict our voices, and prevent the spread of any message that is not state-approved–I will not back down.”