…from the New York Times
[ Editor’s Note: Mean Maggie Greene finally used up all of her five Twitter strikes. Meanie Jim Dean thinks that three strikes and you’re out should be sufficient, but for some strange reason, Twitter has never sought my advice. : )
VT would be happy to help them tighten up the abuse of their social media platform. After all, bank robbers don’t have to wait until their 5th robbery to go to prison. But hey, maybe Twitter should get together with governments to really show they care about protecting the public from serial truth killers like Greene.
And no, I am not kidding. What she has been doing is a mass casualty event in my book, and the bodies are lying all over the place as a result. Add in the ‘no remorse’ shown from the wicked Twitter witch from north Georgia, it’s way past time to clip her wings… her ‘bat wings’ that is.
I hear her constituents are embarrassed by her, but her Trumpist fundraisers will just try to keep the slot bought. The wild card could be which CongressCritters are referred for prosecution.
The judges stood for the people by slapping down all the fake Steal claims, all the way to the appellate courts, and then the Supreme Court refused to hear one of the last ditch Trump efforts.
The next critical legal card will be if the Supreme Court takes the Trump archives appeal. If it does not, then the DC Appeals court excellent decision will stand and the Jan6 committee will have their documents in day, as the Archives must have them ready to drive over to Congress.
Trump’s Congress allies will be toast, and the scramble will be on as to who will flip to get a plea bargain. That could speed up the process of Trump becoming more disposable to the national Repubs. Their signs of being tired of him are clearly showing, but they are biding their time to win in November and get control of Congress… Jim W. Dean ]
First published January 02, 2022
Twitter on Sunday permanently suspended the personal account of Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, a Republican of Georgia, after the company said she had violated its Covid-19 misinformation policies.
Twitter suspended Ms. Greene’s account after she tweeted on Saturday, falsely, about “extremely high amounts of Covid vaccine deaths.” She included a misleading chart that pulled data from a government database of unverified raw data.
Twitter said that Ms. Greene had a fifth “strike,” which meant that her account will not be restored. The company had issued her a fourth strike in August after she falsely posted that the vaccines were “failing.”
Ms. Greene was given a third strike less than a month before that when she had tweeted that Covid-19 was not dangerous for people unless they were obese or over age 65, and said vaccines should not be required.
Ms. Greene’s official Congressional account, @RepMTG, remains active because tweets from that account did not violate the service’s rules.
“We’ve been clear that, per our strike system for this policy, we will permanently suspend accounts for repeated violations of the policy,” Katie Rosborough, a Twitter spokeswoman, said in a statement.
You can read the full New York Time article here.