On Monday, Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) denounced Twitter for allegedly suspending her account after writing “He is risen” as part of her Easter message on Twitter. The Republican explained that the platform confirmed that the suspension was by mistake.
However, Taylor Greene maintained that it was not a mistake. And she reminded that Big Tech does not censor other people with ideas contrary to conservatives. “everyone knows that’s a LIE, and it was no mistake,” she wrote on Twitter.
“We use a combination of technology and human review to enforce the Twitter Rules across the service. In this case, our automated systems took enforcement action on the account referenced in error. This action has been reversed, and access to the account has been reinstated,” Twitter said in a statement.
Taylor Greene also said she hopes to soon be able to use the new platform of former President Donald Trump. This after members of his team assured that the Republican would launch, in the coming months, a new application. Likewise, she described Florida as a “free” zone.
Taylor Greene voiced support for the future social media platform of former President Trump.
“I didn’t miss the hate on Twitter at all, and I look forward to President Trump’s social media platform,” she said.
Conservatives have been denouncing for several weeks now that they have suffered censorship by Big Tech. In fact, last week a new app was announced to confront the cancel culture.
It is Campaign Nucleus, a platform created by former Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale and his team. The platform is described as the only automated digital ecosystem created to efficiently manage political campaigns and organizations.
The website details that it allows users to send emails, text messages, and statements to the media and press. It also has the option to send mail through the U.S. Postal Service.