Marjorie Taylor Greene’s Congressional Twitter Account Censored TWICE for Exposing “Trans Day of Vengeance”
UPDATE: The Tweet in which she exposed her suspension has since been deleted as well for violating Twitter rules.
Original Post: Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene learned the hard way that even under freer speech owner Elon Musk, Twitter is still run by far-left activists who will do anything within their power to defend the LGBTQIA+ supremacy agenda.
My Congressional Twitter account was suspended today. @elonmusk, how is it “violent speech” to expose the “Trans Day of Vengence” a day after a mass murder committed by a transgender shooter? And to call on the DOJ to investigate it? I condemned the incitement to violence & demanded a federal law enforcement investigation in the Tweet.
Here’s the domestic terrorism event she was attempting to expose:
The announcement, which was made by Twitter account @OurRightsDC, called for a violent protest at the Supreme Court. But even as Greene got suspended, the account that originally posted the announcement is still active and currently has their Tweets protected.
To be crystal clear, this is not about stopping violence from the transgender community. Twitter is acting to PROTECT the transgender community by suspending those who are exposing the domestic terrorists among them.
As I noted earlier on Twitter, corporate media is doing their part by decrying “attacks” against the transgender community that, thus far, have not been actual attacks.
Nearly all corporate media headlines this morning portrayed the mass murder against a school, neither noting that it was a Christian school nor acknowledging that the perpetrator was transgender. They used it as a call for gun control, denying the mental illness that was clearly in play.
A thorough scan of headlines revealed only one major newspaper called it the way it really happened in their headline:
Is Twitter better under Elon Musk? Yes. Is it still beholden in many ways to the Church of Wokeness which will defend LGBTQIA+ supremacy at all costs? Absolutely.