Notorious left-wing influencer Erica Marsh suspended from Twitter after experts claim she ‘doesn’t exist’

The self-proclaimed ‘Proud Democrat’ sparked outrage days prior to the suspension after tweeting “No Black person will be able to succeed in a merit-based system.”


An infamous left-wing Twitter influencer who has been routinely accused of rage-baiting conservatives has been suspended from Twitter.

Erica Marsh amassed over 130,000 followers after joining the site in September 2022 and regularly sparked outrage with her views on race, abortion, and for celebrating the death of Jan 6 protester Ashli Babbitt. The self-proclaimed ‘Proud Democrat’ and ‘Former Field Organizer to elect President Biden’ had her Twitter suspended on Sunday after numerous reports surfaced online saying that she doesn’t even exist.

In the days leading up to the suspension, Marsh provoked outrage with a tweet reacting to the Supreme Court’s Affirmative Action ruling, tweeting “Today’s Supreme Court decision is a direct attack on Black people. No Black person will be able to succeed in a merit-based system.”

The tweet garnered 27 million views, with Marsh being branded “racist” for the shocking tweet which outraged conservatives and liberals alike.

Conservative political commentator Dinesh D’Douza was among many prominent voices condemning her, saying “Isn’t this racism pure and simple?”

Former Congressman Vernon Jones also chimed in, calling the tweet “the most racist, degrading, offensive and downright insulting comment ever made about Black people.”

In the wake of Marsh’s suspension, experts who spoke to The Washington Post ruled Erica Marsh isn't even a real person, with no record of her existing and her profile photo likely being an AI generated image. One expert, John Scott-Railton, a senior researcher at the University of Toronto said “I strongly suspect that this person doesn’t exist.”

Additionally, there is no trace of Marsh in any phone and voting records, and the Biden campaign, which she claimed to have worked for, have no record of her ever working for them. Her Twitter bio also referenced that she previously volunteered at the Obama Foundation; however, the foundation have also said they have no record of her on their volunteer databases.

There is also almost no online footprint of Marsh besides her now-suspended Twitter account and a Tiktok account which shared her tweets.

According to Twitter’s Misleading and Deceptive Identities Policy, accounts that “are using a deceptive identity” may be suspended for violating terms of service. However, the policy also states that users may have their accounts reinstated, at the discretion of Twitter staff, if they provide government issued identification, to prove they are real. The latter option to provide ID to regain access to the suspended account may prove impossible for Marsh given that many analysts are saying that she doesn’t even exist.

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