Facebook and Twitter labeled the video stating accurate voting information, but neither company said the video violated its electoral integrity rules in a way that would have resulted in removal.
Twitter only tagged the video after being asked by CNN on Wednesday. The video was on his site since Monday.
“The radical left is laying the groundwork to steal this election from my father,” Trump Jr. said in a video posted by the Trump campaign. He added: “Their plan is to add millions of fraudulent ballots that can void your vote and overturn the election.”
States have numerous safeguards to prevent voter fraud, which is extremely rare. And some states, including trustworthy Republican Utah, have long since sent “unsolicited” ballots to all registered voters with no major incidents.
“We will apply an informational label to content that seeks to delegitimize the election result or discuss the legitimacy of voting methods, for example, by arguing that legal voting methods will lead to fraud,” he said.