According to Twitter, the suspension of the GOP congressmen’s account was due to “improper enforcement actions.”
Twitter said Wednesday that the brief suspension of a GOP congressman’s account was the result of “wrong enforcement actions.”
Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.), A newcomer to Congress recently said she wanted to wear Her Capitol Glock pistol reported on Instagram Wednesday that she had received a week-long ban on posting from her account.
A Twitter spokesperson confirmed to The Hill on Wednesday afternoon that the website’s content moderation team had “taken the wrong enforcement action” in response to one of the Congressmen’s tweets and corrected the decision by releasing Boebert’s account and issuing a warning on the tweet in question had been set.
“The tweet in question is now flagged according to our Citizens’ Integrity Policy. The tweet doesn’t have to …