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Marjorie Taylor Greene: Twitter banning me was ‘an attack on the American people’

While calling into The Water Cooler show on the Real America’s Voice network, Georgia GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene told host David Brody that everyone “needs to leave Twitter.”

“This is a platform that thinks it’s more important — it thinks it’s appointed itself as God over what’s information and misinformation and truth, and they think they’re more important than a sitting president that was Donald J. Trump that they banned, permanently banned,” Greene said.

“They think they’re more important than an elected member of Congress, that’s me, representing over 700,000 Americans … Twitter doesn’t care about America’s laws, they care about German law more than they care about ours, and then they also don’t care about the truth or anyone that is looking for it,” she continued.

She went on to say that she and Trump were the only two “elected Republicans” to be banned from the platform.

“And who do we represent?” she said. “We represent the American people … we represent conservative values, we care about representing our country, America first and that our government should serve Americans and not the rest of the word, and that’s who Twitter has banned. So I think we need to look at this with a more serious lens. It’s really an attack on the American people.”

Watch the video below, via Right Wing Watch:

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