San Francisco, United States.- Twitter deleted the representative’s personal account on Sunday Marjorie Taylor Greene, alleging that the Republican for Georgia committed multiple violations of the social network’s policy against misinformation about COVID-19the company said in a statement.
The Republican political bill was permanently eliminated under the system of “strikes” that Twitter launched in March, which uses artificial intelligence to identify posts about the coronavirus that are misleading enough to cause harm to people.
With the “strike” system, Twitter blocks an account for 12 hours if the user commits two or three offenses. Four strikes result in a one-week suspension and with five or more someone’s account can be permanently removed from Twitter.
In a statement on the Telegram messages app, Greene called Twitter’s move anti-American.. He wrote that his account was removed after posting statistics from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), a government database that includes unverified information.
“Twitter is an enemy of the United States and cannot deal with the truth”Greene argued. “That’s fine. I will show the United States that we don’t need them and that it is time to defeat our enemies.”
Twitter had previously suspended the account for periods of between 12 hours and a week.
The prohibition applies to personal account from Greene, @mtgreenee, but it does not affect his official Twitter account, @RepMTG.
In a tweet posted shortly before the week-long suspension in July, Green stated that the virus “is not dangerous for people who are not obese and those under 65 years of age. “However, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there have been nearly 250,000 deaths of people under 65 in the United States that involve the COVID-19.
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Green had called the week-long suspension a “communist-style attack on free speech.”
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