Twitter Restricts Marjorie Taylor Greene’s Account After she Shares Info About ‘Trans Day of Vengeance’

Twitter suspended the account of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene after she posted information about an upcoming ‘Trans Day of Vengeance.’

She was not promoting the event, she was trying to inform the public.

Of course, in light of what has happened this week, this seems like something people would want to know about.

It is surprising that this happened despite Elon Musk’s efforts to stop the social media service from silencing conservatives.

The Hill reported:

“Twitter restricts Greene’s congressional account over ‘vengeance’ post.

Twitter on Tuesday restricted Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s (R-GA) congressional account for seven days after she repeatedly posted an image of a poster about a rally called “Trans Day of Vengeance.” Greene tweeted about the event after three children and three adults were killed in a shooting at a Christian school in Nashville. Police say that the suspect in that shooting, who was killed during the incident, identified as transgender. Ella Irwin, Twitter’s head of trust and safety, said in a separate tweet that the platform was automatically sweeping to remove images of the poster over worries it could incite violence. The poster highlights an event scheduled for Saturday, April 1, that appears to be organized by Our Rights DC.”

Irwin said:

We do not support tweets that incite violence irrespective of who posts them. ‘Vengeance’ does not imply peaceful protest.

Our Rights DC’s Twitter account was locked on Tuesday. The Group has a little more than a thousand followers and describes itself as:

“An autonomous community sustaining direct action to demand accountability for injustice.”

Greene responded with her unlocked account:

Other people were banned for the same supposed offense.

Final thoughts: What is happening at Twitter? Specifically, ‘Rules for thee, but not for me,’ is aggravating as all get-out.

Elon, explanation, please. And God speed to you in identifying the loose ends, the wild hairs still embedded in Twitter.