The first four paragraphs of Greene's statement, posted on her Twitter account Saturday evening, blame "Communist ANTIFA terrorists", "Marxist BLM", and other leftist groups for "caus [ing] billions of dollars of damage to private property, historical statues and monuments, government buildings", and "the deaths of at least 47 Americans".
Greene announced last week that she will be filing articles of impeachment against President-elect Joe Biden a day after the inauguration.
The action comes a little more than a week after Twitter banned Trump from the platform, citing "the risk of further incitement of violence" following the deadly insurrection at the U.S. Capitol this month. They have not offered any credible evidence for it.
Apple and Google have also barred downloads of Parler, a Twitter-like app popular among conservatives, and Amazon has kicked the platform off its servers. In addition, approximately 70,000 accounts were suspended for bolstering QAnon conspiracy theories.
That has outraged many Republicans, who say tech giants are infringing on their free speech.
In a statement in regards to her suspension, Greene said that Congress needed to "act swiftly" in order to protect free speech in America.
"With Big Tech silencing them, they literally can't be heard".
"If a conservative dares to utter a political opinion that is deemed unapproved by the internet police they are now subject to false accusations of "inciting violence" simply for having a conservative view", she added. She won a House seat in conservative rural northwest Georgia after her Democratic opponent dropped out.
The 46-year-old businesswoman and political newcomer was elected to represent Georgia's 14th District in November.