Twitter Suspends Freshman GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, The Reason Why Will Leave You Speechless
You’re never going to believe why Marjorie Taylor Greene was suspending from Twitter this past weekend.
For those who may not be too familiar with the name Marjorie Taylor Greene, she is a freshman congresswoman in the House of Representatives who has been very outspoken against the Democrats.
I will say that she is a little more extreme than I think is helpful, but so be it. However, what she recently said definitely does not warrant being suspended by Twitter over the weekend.
Rep. Greene tweeted a photo that says, “He is Risen. Death could not hold him. Rejoice in the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Wishing you a blessed and joy filled Easter!” Along with that image, she also said, “Happy Easter, everyone! He is risen!”
Happy Easter, everyone! He is risen! pic.twitter.com/yiBIYsh3Sb
— Marjorie Taylor Greene 🇺🇸 (@mtgreenee) April 4, 2021
After she posted that, her account was suspended. Now, can someone please tell me what about celebrating the resurrection of the risen Lord is worthy of suspension and how it is a violation of Twitter policy? Are they really that anti-christian?
Just after posting “He is Risen,” Congresswoman @mtgreenee has been suspended today. pic.twitter.com/cYfhXfj47k
— Sebastian Gorka DrG (@SebGorka) April 4, 2021
Twitter alleged that it was done “in error”.
Here’s my problem with this response from Twitter that this was just something done “in error”. Why don’t we see this happening to Democrats? Why is it always conservatives that this sort of censorship happens to? Have you ever heard the saying that too much coincidence is no coincidence? That is absolutely true. Basically, it falls in line with the law of averages except this isn’t just a purely random thing where Twitter has a system that randomly suspends users. This isn’t a game of roulette where the ball is going to land on black and red an equal number of times given enough time.
What this is, is censorship and fascism. I wish for the demise of Twitter. I hope the company goes under. I hate for people to lose their jobs but they’re complicit in this despicable company.