Twitter suspended the account of Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene on Sunday. Greene is a vocal supporter of President Trump and a strong voice on alleged election fraud.
Twitter claimed that Greene violated their platform's terms, resulting in her suspension.
The suspension took effect after Greene tweeted a message related to election fraud in Georgia.
"The 1-5 disaster in Georgia lays solely in the hands of state leadership who failed voters in our state. @GaSecofState and @GabrielSterling were begged by Republicans to fix our elections. They did nothing. They are to blame, not me, not @realDonaldTrump, not @CollinsforGA," Greene tweeted.
Greene is now only allowed to send private messages to her followers on Twitter, and has had most of the access to her account turned off. "While in this state, you can still browse Twitter, but you’re limited to only sending direct messages to your followers -- no tweets, retweets, or likes," a message from Twitter informing of the suspension read.
The suspension is reportedly for 12 hours, The Washington Examiner reported.