Appearing on FM Talk 106.5, Rep Mo Brooks (R-AL) said “Momentum Is building strongly in favor of fighting various state submissions of electoral college votes”
Brooks said “On the House side, momentum is building strongly in favor of fighting various state submissions of Electoral College votes. To mention a few — Nevada, Georgia, Pennsylvania. It is quite clear, based on overwhelming evidence, that Donald Trump if the law was obeyed, if only lawful votes cast by American citizens were counted, Donald Trump easily won those three states.”
He added “And as the evidence comes out to a larger and larger degree, the public is, of course, starting to react. They’re starting to better understand this voter fraud and election theft crisis that we’re in. And they’re demanding that their congressmen and senators help clean up our election system. Part of that cleanup is making sure that those who try to steal elections do not profit from it. So, it is moving in the right direction.”
Brooks also said he will challenge the results when Congress certifies a victory for Biden January 6th, if he can get a Republican from the Senate to join him.
Brooks said “a lot of people don’t understand. They think the courts resolve these disputes. That is false, OK? Courts can influence the outcome, no question like they did in the year 2000. But in the United States Constitution, Article 1 — Sections 4 and 5, Article 2 and the 12th Amendment, the United States Congress has absolute final say on election contests that involve any federal elected position.”
He added “that’s the House, that’s the Senate and that’s the White House. I’m hopeful that we will exercise that authority and protect the sanctity of our voting system and stop the election theft that is undermining credibility of our republic.”
Thursday, President Trump tweeted “Thank you to Representative Mo Brooks!”
Thank you to Representative Mo Brooks!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 3, 2020