I don't think it should be removed it, it's probably in compliance with the law, and there are many endorsements on the internet. To entertain your interpretation of the law is above our paygrade, so to speak, which is why I'd suggest bothering them with this (in my view ridiculous) proposal.
I should make it clear, based on comments, that I don't wish for the FBI to act against one of our users, but I don't think it's inappropriate for another user to inquire with law enforcement if something is against the law, ridiculous as I might find the suggestion.
If you think users here or the company is in violation of US law, it may be easier to contact the relevant US law enforcement agencies. Since you've asked about this before, may I remind you of the following answer by Fizz detailing how to do that (partial quote of that answer):
As you found out, the FBI has a Foreign Influence Task Force. I'm not really familiar with it. Its description page says of its goals:
Through the FITF, the FBI is taking a three-pronged approach to this serious threat:
Investigations and operations: The FITF works with FBI field offices across the country to counter the extensive influence operations of our foreign adversaries.
Information and intelligence sharing: The FBI works closely with other intelligence community agencies, as well as with state and local law enforcement partners and election officials, to ensure a common understanding of the threat and a unified strategy to address it.
Private sector partnerships: The FBI considers strategic engagement with U.S. technology companies, including threat indicator sharing, to be important in combating foreign influence actors.
On a subpage they give this contact info:
State and local election officials or campaign staff should report suspicious activity to their local FBI field office and also notify FBI CyWatch at email@example.com or 1-855-292-3937.
If you're serious about your inquiry then I suggest exploring the contact options at the end of the quote. After all, if you think there's a crime going on, it may be better to leave it to the professionals.
And as they say, the FBI is already engaged in private sector partnership, so if you suspect something fishy is going on, I really think the Bureau should be informed.
It's no coincidence the Department of Homeland Security has the following motto:
If you see something, say something®