Video of 'Stop the Steal' Organizer Ali Alexander Served With Lawsuit Viewed 600k Times

A clip of "Stop the Steal" organizer Ali Alexander being served with a civil lawsuit following an eight-hour deposition hearing with the House select committee investigating the January 6 attack has gone viral.

The video of Alexander, who was subpoenaed by the panel investigating the Capitol attack, was posted on Twitter by Daily Beast reporter Zachary Petrizzo on Thursday night.

The tweet has since been shared more than 3,800 times on the platform, gaining more than 630,000 views.

During the footage, Alexander can be seen exiting the hearing with his lawyer before being approached by the servers.

"Mr Alexander, I have a summons for you. I have a summons for you," one of them said. "Please know this is a valid service of process.

"Please take it, or I'm just going to have to leave it on the hood of your car."

In response to the comment about the vehicle waiting for him, Alexander replied: "That's an Uber."

It's unclear which case the legal documents refer to.

In a statement given to reporters before the behind-closed-doors deposition hearing, Alexander said: "I had nothing to do with any violence or lawbreaking that happened on January 6.

"I had nothing to do with the planning. I had nothing to do with the preparation. And I had nothing to do with the execution. Any suggestion to the contrary is factually false."

The far-right activist is one of a number of people who have been issued with subpoenas by the House committee investigating the attack on the Capitol.

Alexander claims he plotted with Republican congressmen Paul Gosar, Andy Biggs and Mo Brooks to "put maximum pressure" on Congress before it certified the election results. Brooks and Biggs have denied the claims, with Gosar frequently refusing to comment.

The subpoenas also accuse Alexander of making "repeated references" during other Stop the Steal rallies about the possible use of violence to stop Congress certifying the 2020 Election results.

On the day of the January 6 riot, Alexander posted a video of himself overlooking the mob storming the building, saying: "I do not denounce this."

Alexander's lawyer, Joseph McBride, has been contacted for comment.

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Stop the Steal organizer Ali Alexander takes a sip of water as he returns to a conference room for a deposition meeting on Capitol Hill with the House select committee investigating the January 6 attack on December 9, 2021, in Washington, DC. Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images