Marjorie Taylor Greene says Twitter alternative ‘Threads’ is offering a ‘Marxist-style social media experience’

Meta’s new Twitter alternative isn’t even a day old, and Georgia GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is already accusing it of having “Marxist” leanings.

In a post to Twitter, Greene slammed the new “Threads” platform, saying that she’s “definitely sure Threads will be the same Marxist style social media experience that [Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg] usually offers.”

Greene shared a screenshot from another user who claimed that the new platform sends users a warning if they try to follow Donald Trump Jr. (The author of this article followed DTJR on Threads and received no such warning)

“This account has repeatedly posted false information that was reviewed by independent fact-checkers or went against our Community Guidelines,” reads the alleged warning, which has not been verified.

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Greene went on to write that the “Marxist style social media experience” would entail “social experimentation serving Big Pharma, the Intelligence Community, and DEI Initiatives to strengthen corporate stocks supporting garbage DEI issues and steal elections.”

Threads, which is a text-based micro-blogging site largely modeled after Twitter — had already garnered 10 million sign-ups in its first seven hours, according to Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

Sky Palma

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