QAnon Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene instantly lashes out at Twitter as she returns to app after suspension

QANON-supporter Marjorie Taylor Greene has returned to Twitter after being booted off the platform for encouraging Trump supporters to “mobilize” due to recent “attacks on their liberties”.

But no sooner than the Republican representative's ban was lifted did she begin to blast Twitter is a series of tweets for suspending her account.

"Dear @Twitter," she typed this morning.

"Contrary to how highly you think of yourself and your moral platitude, you are not the judge of humanity. God is.

"And you and the rest of your pals from the Silicon Valley Cartel are not God. Difficult for you to grasp I know, however it’s the truth."

The 46-year-old was suspended from Twitter for calling on Americans to "mobilize".

On Saturday, Greene tweeted: "I encourage all Americans, not just the 75 million people who voted for President Trump, to mobilize and make your voices heard in opposition to these attacks on our liberties." 

The tweet was deleted two hours after it was sent, but it was archived by news outlet, ProPublica.

Greene, who has more than 269,000 followers on Twitter, released a statement about her suspension blaming the "big tech" for silencing elected officials.

Prior to that tweet, she had also posted a photo that read: “END ABORTION IN AMERICA” and jabbed at Republicans for their loss in the Georgia election.

Greene tweeted: “Morons like you are responsible for losing GA’s 2 Republican Senate seats. 

“You ran a Nov 3rd election that was stolen bc you idiots at the SOS mailed out millions of absentee ballots to any one and everyone while GA was an open state. Then you counted ballots on Dominion..”

The tweet was flagged for election fraud and could not be liked, retweeted, or replied to due to "risk of violence” according to Twitter.

Her suspension followed President Trump’s permanent ban from the popular app after being held responsible for “inciting violence” that resulted in the fatal Capitol riot on January 6. 

During her rant today, she also lashed out at Twitter for banning Trump.

"Also, Twitter is becoming boring without President Trump," she wrote.

"You do realize many people, love him or hate him, created accounts here just bc of Trump. And through Trump’s tweets great debates have occurred.

"Without debate of ideas, opinions, and arguing truth, Twitter and similar police state platforms will eventually lose.

"Because the very nature of who we are and how we interact, we desire and demand free speech."

Greene then went on to cite the First Amendment, which protects the freedom of speech.

She tweeted: "And isn’t it interesting that the first amendment is freedom of speech?

"After they fought a revolution, they must have really understood how important free speech really is.

"I hope you @Twitter @jack realize the same."

But just when it seemed Greene's Twitter rant had concluded, she then accused the social media platform of allowing "fake news".

"[email protected] allowed four years of "Russian collusion" disinformation on this platform," she wrote.

"It was 100% Fake News from the get-go, but was allowed anyway."

A Twitter spokesperson confirmed to Business Insider that Greene's account was "locked out for multiple violations" of its civic integrity policy. 

However, the company did not immediately point out which tweets violated the policy.

Greene, who supports the QAnon conspiracy theory, successfully ran for Congress in Georgia last year.

QAnon is the bizarre claim that the Democrats, Hollywood elites and members of the media are engaged in a Satanic pedophile ring – and President Donald Trump is secretly plotting to have them all arrested.

However, after winning her primary runoff in August last year, Greene backtracked, telling Fox News that QAnon does not “represent” her and “wasn’t part of my campaign.”

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