Marjorie Taylor Greene Says Twitter Not 'Judge of Humanity' in First Tweet Since Suspension

Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene has said Twitter is "not the judge of humanity" in a lengthy thread posted in the wake of a 12-hour suspension.

The congresswoman, who has previously expressed support for the QAnon conspiracy theory, was given a temporary time-out by the social network on Sunday after spreading baseless voter fraud claims relating to the 2020 elections.

Greene, who is described on her profile's bio as being pro-life, pro-gun, and pro-Trump, lashed out at Twitter on Monday after regaining posting privileges.

She wrote: "Contrary to how highly you think of yourself and your moral platitude, you are not the judge of humanity. God is. 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."

Dear @Twitter,

Contrary to how highly you think of yourself and your moral platitude, you are not the judge of humanity.

God is.

And you and...

— Marjorie Taylor Greene 🇺🇸 (@mtgreenee) January 18, 2021

Rep. Greene accused Twitter without evidence of "continuously" abusing conservatives' opinions despite allowing adult content and threats from other world leaders, and also claimed it was worse-off without Donald Trump, whose account is banned.

The congresswoman won a race for the state's 14th congressional district in November last year after her Democratic opponent dropped out.

In the Twitter thread on Monday, she wrote that the website was "playing a very big role in the dangerous divide of Americans" and violating people's right to free speech.

She said: "Twitter is becoming boring without President Trump. You do realize many people, love him or hate him, created accounts here just bc [because] of Trump. And through Trump's tweets great debates have occurred. Without debate of ideas... and arguing truth, Twitter and similar police state platforms will eventually lose."

Rep. Greene's first tweet following the suspension quickly attracted thousands of likes and shares—alongside a fair amount of criticism from other Twitter users.

Opinions aren't facts, that's why you keep getting suspended. Your opinions are asinine.

— Russell Foster for Texas (@RussellFosterTX) January 18, 2021

FYI Platitude

— Molly Jong-Fast🏡 (@MollyJongFast) January 18, 2021

Twitter permanently suspended the president's account on January 8 due to "the risk of further incitement of violence." The enforcement came after a mob of Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., a siege that left five people dead.

The Jack Dorsey-led website announced on January 12 that over 70,000 accounts that were circulating QAnon-related content had been permanently suspended.

Last week, the billionaire CEO said in a thread that he did not "celebrate or feel pride" in banning the president but believed it was ultimately the "right decision for Twitter."

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Marjorie Taylor Greene pictured on October 15, 2020 in Dallas, Georgia. Greene was suspended from Twitter on Sunday. Getty