Freshman Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) blasted Twitter a day after the platform inexplicably suspended her account temporarily.
Rep. Greene on Monday called out the “Silicon Valley Cartel” for selectively enforcing its own policies against pro-Trump conservatives, while at the same time allowing calls for violence from people like Iran’s Ayatollah, who has repeatedly wished death to America and Israel.
“Dear @Twitter, Contrary to how highly you think of yourself and your moral platitude, you are not the judge of humanity. God is,” Rep. Greene tweeted after her account was restored.
“And you and the rest of your pals from the Silicon Valley Cartel are not God. Difficult for you to grasp I know, however it’s the truth.”
Read the rest of Rep. Greene’s message to Twitter and CEO Jack Dorsey below.
On Sunday morning, the pro-Trump representative had posted an interview to Twitter in which she discussed overwhelming evidence of voter fraud in Georgia prior to her account being suspended.
Rep. Greene’s suspension comes 10 days after the company announced it would be permanently suspending the account of US President Donald Trump after it falsely accused him of using the platform to incite violence.