Twitter places Marjorie Taylor Greene on maintain once more after Democrats expel her from Congress

Twitter has blocked the account of representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) For 12 hours. Twitter did not respond to requests for comments. Greene’s office said she was suspended “without explanation”.

The news comes as a crowd of Democrats try to evict Greene from the House of Representatives. The invoice would require a two-thirds majority to pass through the house.

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Greene has been taking procedural steps in the past few weeks to delay the relief from Covid-19. Last month, she was stripped of committee power after House Democrats confronted her for supporting unsubstantiated claims that the 2020 elections were fraudulent and for her social media posts to execute prominent Democrats.

This week Greene was one of 12 Republicans who voted against Awarding gold medals in Congress to the Capitol Police for their actions during the January 6th Capitol Uprising. They rejected the language in the bill calling the event a riot.

Alan is a New York-based writer, editor, and news junkie.

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