Twitter has taken a tough stance since the violence by supporters of President Donald Trump in the US capital Washington. Twitter on Sunday imposed a temporary ban on Republican MP Marjorie Taylor Green’s account. The MP’s post was reportedly reflecting racial views and online support of the Qinan conspiracy theory.
Green said in a statement that his account was closed without giving any detailed information. He also condemned Twitter’s silence on conservative views. Businessmen are new to green politics. In November, she was elected a representative of the Georgia 14th District. He has posted many inflammatory videos and comments on social media.
Green posted a video of the interview to a local news Sunday. In this video, she is seen condemning Georgia election officials and supporting claims of fraud in the presidential election.
Twitter took cognizance of Green and others on the tweet, writing a message that the fraud claim in the election was “going to create controversy and there is a possibility of violence”. Green’s team released a screenshot of the Twitter message on Sunday, stating that the company had banned their account for 12 hours on charges of violating the rules.