Updated: Mar 3
YouTube shows that their past action against the Lex Rex Institute was no mistake, but part of a targeted takedown of information related to election integrity.
Once again, YouTube has proven their company policy to be one that directly opposes election integrity. Earlier this week, the Lex Rex Institute was again targeted for content posted on the site, removing yet another of the filmed speeches from our president and founder, Alexander Haberbush, Esq, regarding his work upholding election integrity. The video, titled, “We’re All in Charge of Fair Elections,” was described on YouTube as follows:
A live stream of Lex Rex founder Alexander Haberbush speaking to the Greater Pasadena Republican Assembly on the issue of election integrity, covering topics that include how to volunteer as a poll worker or watcher and how important it is to ensure that elections are conducted according to the rules. He also fields questions from the audience on mask and vaccine policies, election law, and more.
Yet again, the alleged violation from YouTube has been presented to us as, “Content that advances false claims that widespread fraud, errors, or glitches changed the outcome of the U.S. 2020 presidential election is not allowed on YouTube.”
The Lex Rex Institute is flabbergasted at these claims, as we said no such thing. Acknowledged voter irregularities were discussed, but anyone who believes those irregularities to have impacted the election results is doing so on their own volition. Our article regarding the other video YouTube removed, including quotations from Mr. Haberbush regarding the situation, can be read here.
The Lex Rex Institute is continuing to explore our legal options to hold YouTube accountable, and will in no way tailor our content to suit YouTube’s arbitrary enforcement of arbitrary rules.