Mo Brooks on Objecting to Election Results, ‘I Make no Apologies Whatsoever for Fighting for Accurate and Honest Elections’

Alabama Congressman Mo Brooks (R-AL) refused to apologize for his objection to the 2020 election results saying, “I make no apologies whatsoever for fighting for accurate and honest elections.” Below is the clip from his Twitter.

“Thanks to the @JeffPoorShow for having me on to discuss Socialist Eric Swalwell’s frivolous lawsuit against me. It is a meritless ploy by a man who betrayed his county by bedding a Communist Chinese spy. I make no apologies whatsoever for fighting for accurate & honest elections.”

Representative Brooks went on the Jeff Poor Show to talk about the Lawsuit brought fourth by Democratic Congressman Eric Swalwell (CA). The Lawsuit is against Brooks, former President Trump, as well as others.

Swalwell filed the suit a few days ago saying, “The Defendants, in short, convinced the mob that something was occurring that — if actually true — might indeed justify violence, and then sent that mob to the Capitol with violence-laced calls for immediate action.”

Representative Swalwell also helped lead the impeachment proceedings of former President Trump in January of 2021.

Now Brooks is firing back today saying, “I make no apologies whatsoever for fighting for accurate & honest elections.”

Brooks also went after Swalwell calling him a “Communist Sympathizer” following allegations that Swalwell dated a Chinese Spy which many feel is a national security threat. Brooks called the litigation “meritless” and “politically motivated”.

Brooks said, “Well first I am proud to be standing tall with President Donald Trump and Donald Trump Jr. in the fight for honest and accurate elections.”

With current Alabama Senator Shelby (R-AL) announcing his is retirement in 2022, this leaves the seat open for any Republican to take. With Rep. Brooks standing strong on his defense of former President Trump, he has positioned himself well for a senate run in 2022 should he so choose.

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