Twitter reinstated Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s (R-GA) personal account on Monday, lifting a ban imposed in January for breaching the platform’s COVID-19 misinformation policy.
Greene directed her followers to her newly reinstated “unfiltered” personal account while using her official congressional account, which was not blocked by the site.
Greene’s account was returned as part of a wave of previously suspended accounts.
Former President Trump was the most notable of a host of accounts that regained access to the platform under new CEO Elon Musk.
Trump regained access to his account on Saturday, after Musk asked Twitter users in a “poll” if the site should restore the president.
After the January 6, 2021 capitol riot, Twitter banned Trump’s account under the pretense that the his posts presented a danger of causing additional violence.
Ye, the artist previously known as Kanye West, has also restored access to his account under Musk after being suspended for anti-Semitic statements.
Leaders of civil rights and other advocacy organizations slammed Musk for his decision to reinstate accounts, specifically Trump’s, especially after he stated that there would be a transparent process to determine whether accounts are reinstated through a content moderation council that would include the civil rights community.