Elon Musk’s Twitter reinstated the personal account of extremist Representative Marjorie Taylor Green (R-Ga.) on Monday, nearly 11 months after it was permanently suspended for sharing COVID-19 misinformation was.
The lawmaker, who supports the conspiracy theory, on Tuesday accused retired head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Dr. Anthony Fauci’s warning that the “real danger” this winter is “in people who haven’t been vaccinated” with this boast of being unaffected by the deadly disease:
Green took swipes at the COVID-19 mask and vaccine mandate in other tweets.
He then tweeted a photo shared by Juanita Broaddrick, who accused Bill Clinton of rape, which he denied. It featured a pie with the words “Unvaccinated and ready to talk politics”.
Broaddrick himself restored again on Twitter this week. Her account was disabled in April after she falsely claimed that COVID vaccines “change DNA.”
“Come to my house Juanita!” Green wrote, “We shall call our gathering ‘Pure Blood and Politics’.”
The “pure blood” description of the unrelated one stuck in the crawls of several Twitter users: