Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene temporarily suspended from Twitter after Easter post due to 'error'

By The Christian Post

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene speaks during a press conference outside the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington, D.C. on Feb. 5, 2021. | YouTube/CBN News

Freshman Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., was temporarily suspended from Twitter on Sunday morning shortly after posting a spiritual Easter message. Twitter reversed course and called the issue a technical error.

Not long after posting a photo of three crosses with the caption, “Happy Easter, everyone! He is risen,” Greene received a notification from Twitter notifying her that she violated the platform’s rules, which led to the temporary limitation of her account.

The message explained that Greene would be unable to tweet, retweet or like tweets for 12 hours.

A Twitter spokesperson told The Christian Post in an email on Monday that Greene’s suspension was not due to an Easter post and was a mistake.

Source:The Christian Post