Judicial Watch on Thursday announced a suit against the California secretary of state for allegedly pushing social media giant YouTube to censor a video on election integrity that the group published.
The suit alleges that the California Office of Elections Cybersecurity (OEC), which Secretary of State Shirley Weber oversees, caused YouTube to remove the video. Judicial Watch contends that, in so doing, the state violated the group’s First Amendment rights.
On Sept. 20, 2022 Judicial Watch posted a video featuring group President Tom Fitton discussing the vote-by-mail process and highlighting security risks and other complications in voting systems, the suit noted.
The video, titled “**ELECTION INTEGRITY CRISIS** Dirty Voter Rolls, Ballot Harvesting & Mail-in-Voting Risks!” was removed on Sept. 25, 2022.
The suit purports to reveal communications between OEC Social Media Coordinator Akilah Jones and Google/YouTube representative Andrea Holtermann in which the California state employee reports the Judicial Watch video and Holtermann confirms its removal from the platform. more
Judicial Watch…. doing the heavy lifting! I hope you all support their efforts.
Judicial Watch. right-wing terrorist group. Promote, election lies, hate against elected officials & over throwing the government. DOJ & FBI in their very near future. Love & live for frivolous lawsuits.
Well, “Elaine” is up early this morning. The trolls are worried.
Judicial watch is following the money and power trails to expose corrupt media and politicians.
Go Judicial Watch!
communications between OEC Social Media Coordinator Akilah Jones and Google/YouTube…
Well that’ll teach ’em to stop using gmail!
BTW – is Elaine still working on he dance moves?