“At one time I would have voluntarily testified before the Nancy Pelosi Witch Hunt Committee provided the testimony was in public, the questioners were Congressmen, and the questions were limited to events related to January 6. But that time has long passed. I wouldn’t help Nancy Pelosi and Liz Cheney cross the street–I’m definitely not going to help them and their partisan Witch Hunt Committee. I’ve already given numerous sworn affidavits and public statements about January 6. At this moment in time, right before an Alabama U.S. Senate election, if they want to talk, they’re gonna have to send me a subpoena, which I will fight.”
JANUARY 6 WITCH HUNT COMMITTEE WAITS 16 MONTHS TO SEEK MO BROOKS’ TESTIMONY
In a blatant political effort to affect whether a conservative is elected from Alabama to serve in the U.S. Senate, the Nancy Pelosi January 6 Witch Hunt Committee waited 16 months to ask Congressman Mo Brooks to testify the week of May 9, just two weeks before Alabama’s Senate Primary.
Between January 6, 2021 and today, Socialist Democrats filed more than 30 ethics complaints and one federal lawsuit against Congressman Mo Brooks, all motivated to harass Mo Brooks for fighting voter fraud and election theft. Every single ethics complaint and the federal lawsuit have been dismissed by the governing authorities because there is zero evidence Congressman Brooks’ actions contributed to January 6.