Alabama Senate candidate Mo Brooks was invited onto a segment of Fox News Sunday hosted by guest host Sandra Smith, and the interview turned into quite the controversy after a point when the subject of the 2020 presidential elections was brought up.
The conversation turned into an argument of sorts when the subject of Brooks’endorsement came up. Former President Donald Trump pulled his endorsement from the Alabama Senate candidate and congressman, Mo Brooks in a statement released earlier this year in March. Trump cited the reason for withdrawing the endorsement as Brooks was going “woke”, which raised questions about his loyalty. Also, the congressman made the “horrible mistake” of suggesting Republicans move on from the 2020 loss.
Brooks says Trump’s decision “revolved around his wanting to rescind the election”
When the subject of the Alabama lawmaker’s endorsement came up, Brooks said that the former President’s decision to withdraw the endorsement “revolved around his wanting to rescind the election.”
Brooks said that it was understandable on Trump’s art, as he had been robbed of the 2020 elections. “And I can understand him wanting to do that, okay? He was robbed, in my judgment, in 2020. In his judgment, he was robbed. And so I can understand that desire,” Brooks said.
Host Smith interrupted saying, “And just to go on the record, there has been still no evidence or proof provided that there was any sort of fraud in the –”
This is where the conversation turned sour. Brooks hit back at Smith with a long argument, saying, “That’s wrong. I don’t know why you people in the media keep saying that, but it’s false, It’s absolutely false. You keep saying it every time, but it’s false. You had 150 senators and congressmen that disagree with you on what you just said. So what are you calling them? What are you calling them when 150 Republican senators and congressmen that looked at the voter fraud issues and said there were major problems?”
The Alabama Congressman went on to say, “What are you calling the Commission on Election Reform, a bipartisan committee with Jimmy Carter on the one hand and James Baker – Ronald Reagan’s White House chief of staff on the other – back in 2005 who analyzed the systemic weaknesses, the systemic flaws in our election system and warned us that elections are going to be stolen if we don’t fix these problems? And those problems were not fixed. So I don’t know who’s telling you that there’s no evidence, but you’re not doing your homework. I’m sorry, but that’s the way it is.” Brooks added, “So I don’t know who’s telling you there’s no evidence, but that tells me you haven’t done your homework. I’m sorry, but that’s the way it is.”
“Look at the ‘2000 Mules’ documentary”
To counter Brooks’ solid argument, Smith brought up courts and the numerous lawsuits that the Republicans lost in the 2020 election fraud case. Since the 2020 Presidential Election, dozens of lawsuits filed by Trump or his allies alleging fraud have been dismissed by state and federal judges.
“No don’t bring us the courts and the judges,” Brooks said. “Don’t go into that. I’m getting in the last word on this because you just made a false statement – OK? The courts are not the final arbiter on who wins federal election contests. Congress is. That’s required by the federal Constitution. That’s required by the United States Code.” The Alabama lawmaker added further, “Look at the judge’s opinion in Pennsylvania where over 2 million illegal votes were cast,” Brooks said. “That was their court order. Look at the special investigation of a Wisconsin former Supreme Court justice who found significant voter fraud in nursing homes. Look at the ‘2000 Mules’ documentary that has come out. Look at how many mass mail out of ballots there were across the United States for which we have no security.”
Smith tried again saying that the 2000 mules documentary by conservative filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza “has been looked at and fact-checked by multiple outlets, including Reuters, who have debunked that as any sort of proof that there was widespread voter fraud.” to which Brooks replied saying, “you’re absolutely wrong, Sandra. But keep going with that story if you wish.”
Fox News media has been consistently trying to avoid talking or providing any sort of coverage on the 2000 Mules documentary by Conservative commentator Dinesh D’Souza, which has literally taken the political world in America by storm.
Despite Brooks’ strong defence of the former president on Sunday, the Congressman fell out of Trump’s good graces earlier this year after urging supporters to move on from the 2020 loss.
“When I heard his statement, I said, ‘Mo, you just blew the Election, and there’s nothing you can do about it,” Trump said in March. “Very sad but, since he decided to go in another direction, so have I, and I am hereby withdrawing my Endorsement of Mo Brooks for the Senate. I don’t think the great people of Alabama will disagree with me. Election Fraud must be captured and stopped, or we won’t have a Country anymore.”
Brooks did not receive enough votes without Trump’s support to win the Republican primary Senate nomination outright on May 24. In a runoff election on June 21, he will face Katie Britt, who received 44.8 per cent of the vote to Brooks’ 29.1 per cent.
2000 Mules becomes the most successful political documentary in a decade
In less than two weeks, the film 2000 Mules, directed by Dinesh D’Souza and produced by Salem Media Group, became the most successful political documentary in a decade. The film has already received one million views, with more to come. The film is now available on SalemNOW.com for download and DVD purchase, and it has been a huge success on Rumble and its Locals platform. 2000 Mules has already made $10 million in revenue, making it the most profitable documentary since Dinesh D’Souza’s Obama’s America ten years ago.
“The movie is a success financially for sure, but also it is successful in its political and cultural influence,” said D’Souza. “It’s the most talked-about movie out there right now, making headlines in multiple publications, and is trending extremely high on social media.”
True The Vote, a non-profit dedicated to election integrity and honest voting practices, conducted the research that inspired the film’s shocking revelations. The film follows five Salem radio talk show hosts as they learn about the evidence and debate what it means for Americans’ faith in free and fair elections. Dennis Prager, Sebastian Gorka, Charlie Kirk, Eric Metaxas, and Larry Elder were all disturbed by the events that led to Joe Biden’s election victory.
A platoon of left-wing fact-checkers descended on the film in an unsuccessful attempt to undermine its credibility. The film took something that many people suspected would happen in the November 2020 elections and provided proof of illegal ballot harvesting, both through geo-targeting of cell phone data and actual video surveillance of the many unmanned ballot boxes in the five key battleground states.
Breitbart.com says “Dinesh D’Souza’s latest film contains ‘smoking gun’ on how ballot harvesting manipulated the 2020 Election.”
JustTheNews.com says “Dinesh D’Souza’s 2000 Mules: Ballot trafficking exposé has the evidence; can it get a hearing?”