Twitter suspended Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s account for 12 hours after saying she posted tweets violating its policy on sharing misleading information about COVID-19.
The company said the Georgia Republican’s account was to be suspended on Tuesday after she posted tweets Sunday and Monday that the company said contained misinformation about the disease and vaccines, reports The New York Times.
Twitter suspended Green’s account on Monday and said the block would be lifted Tuesday. The site left the posts in question online, but tagged them as containing misinformation about the disease and vaccines and gave a link for information from health officials.
In one of the tweets, posted early Monday, Greene argued that COVID-19 is not dangerous for people younger than the age of 65 who are not obese and said vaccines should not be required.
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