Twitter suspends Marjorie Taylor Greene for misleading Covid 19 Tweet

Twitter suspends Marjorie Taylor Greene for misleading Covid 19 Tweet.

Twitter suspended the account of US Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene for the second time in two months due to a tweet about the COVID-19 vaccine that the platform called “misleading.”
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In a statement emailed to USA TODAY, Twitter said Greene’s account would remain in read-only mode for a week due to repeated violations of Twitter’s rules.

In a tweet Monday night, Greene said that the US Food and Drug Administration should not approve vaccines for COVID-19 because they are “failing.” Twitter has labeled the tweet as “misleading” and cannot reply, share, or share it.

In a large-scale clinical trial, the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine was shown to prevent 95% of symptomatic COVID-19. In comparison, the Moderna vaccine prevents 94%. The Johnson & Johnson vaccine was shown to be 72% effective.

Last month, Greene’s account was suspended for 12 hours for “misleading” tweets she posted related to COVID-19. After her suspension was lifted, Greene returned to Twitter to criticize the platform.

“The American social media company Twitter banned me for 12 hours, censoring me and violating my freedom of expression,” she wrote Greene.

In March, Twitter began cracking down on misinformation about COVID-19, including tagging tweets deemed “misleading” and an attack system to decide whether additional sanctions were needed against accounts.

According to Twitter’s strike system, users with four strikes have their accounts blocked for seven days. Five or more strikes can result in a permanent suspension.