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Ala. Rep.: ‘Growing Number’ of House Members Contesting ‘Socialist Democrat Effort to Take Over This Country’

By Craig Bannister | December 4, 2020 | 12:28pm EST
Rep. Mo Brooks
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Due to what he believes is “the largest voter fraud and election theft effort” in U.S. history, Congressman Mo Brooks (R-Ala.) says he’ll contest certification of the Electoral College vote when it comes to Congress.

“The evidence that I’ve seen is overwhelming that the Socialist Democrats have gone nonstop to engage in voter fraud and election theft and we have to stop it on behalf of our country,” Rep. Brooks told Fox & Friends First on Friday.

Brooks says there are “clearly a growing number of members of the House of Representatives who are going to join in this effort.” “They came to me, I didn’t ask them to help,” the congressman says.

Brooks says Republicans must band together to protect Americans’ freedom from Socialist Democrats:

“The U.S. election system has been horribly undermined by the Socialist Democrat effort to take over this country away from us freedom-living Americans.”

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