YouTube removed the First Class Fatherhood interview with Dinesh D'Souza: Alec Lace who goes by First Class Fatherhood on social media is an author and YouTuber who interviews prominent figures who are fathers. Lace interviewed Dinesh D'Souza and the pair discussed election integrity and D'Souza's recently released documentary, "2000 Mules." YouTube removed the video because it allegedly "violate[d] [its] misinformation policy," according to a screenshot Lace tweeted. YouTube also gave the channel a warning, the first step in its three strikes policy. The platform's three-strikes system allows for a warning and two strike violations within a 90 day period before a third strike would remove a channel from the platform entirely.