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Marjorie Taylor Greene Thinks She’s Running Out Of Time On Twitter

Marjorie Taylor Greene and Twitter’s Terms of Use are not getting along. The Republican Representative from Georgia has had more than a few run-ins with the site’s rules, and she’s made it clear that she doesn’t plan to stop violating them freely. Twitter, however, might have a different view.

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Greene has been suspended from posting on Twitter several times, after tweets that the site marked as rule violations. After her most recent suspension, there were widespread calls for Twitter to go ahead with permanently suspending her account, preventing her from continuing to spread disinformation about the COVID-19 pandemic and vaccines.

However, the podcast clip below, via Patriot Takes, shows that she’s paying attention, and calculating how much more she can get away with before losing one of her biggest public podiums.

“I think I have one strike left on Twitter, although I think I have more strikes than that, because a couple of times they’ve shut down my Twitter account and called it — they say it’s on accident.”

It’s not only Twitter that’s running out of patience with her behavior. Back in March — when she’d been in office less than two months — Forbes was already reporting on Greene’s House colleagues getting frustrated with her disruptions. In the months since, she’s continued with dramatic public displays. Raw Story reported this week that she hass even complained about the Congressional day starting with prayer and a Pledge of Allegiance to the flag — because her efforts to stall legislative work by starting each day with a motion to adjourn has to wait until those rites are completed.



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