Some people just don’t learn! Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene gets her Twitter account suspended and on a read-only mode for a week after continuously violating the protocols and rules of the social media platform.

Twitter previously suspended her account multiple times for 12 hours in lieu of violating the rules but she just doesn’t understand the warning.

Marjorie Taylor Greene tweeted that the Food and Drug Administration

“should not approve the Covid-19 vaccines as the vaccines are failing and are ineffective in reducing the intensity of the virus spread.”

A Twitter spokesperson stated that the tweet from republican Greene was

“labeled in line with our Covid-19 misleading information policy. The account will be in a read-only mode for a week due to repeated violations of the Twitter rules.”

This is the third penalty by the social media company on Greene for spreading misleading information and the toughest to date.

Twitter’s Covid-19 misinformation policy clearly states that their users can receive up to a week suspension if they violate the rules and protocols for tour times in a row. If they violate the Covid-19 policy five or more five times, then their account might be permanently banned from the social network.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene gets her Twitter account suspended for a week

Rep. Marjorie Greene was suspended in January 2021 after she shared cryptic conspiracy theories regarding the Georgia runoffs. The company has suspended her account for violating the civic integrity policy.

The Georgian republican appears to be only one step away from getting permanently banned from the social media platform Twitter much like her party’s lead; former president Donald Trump.

According to Twitter, people like Greene who have a great number of followers and act as influencers should be careful about what they post through their accounts. As Covid-19 infections escalate, it is highly irresponsible of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene to tweet condemning the vaccination process which is the only way to curtail the spread of the contagious virus.