Brooks Won’t Surrender

PUBLISHED: 6:15 PM 17 Dec 2020

GOP Rep Vows ‘I Will Not Surrender’ Fraud Fight: Rumors Suggest Scores Of Other Reps. Joining

Good! The best way to resolve the massive election rig, many argue, is to use the Congressional option to rightfully install President Trump for his second term.

Good. (Source: YouTube Screenshot CSPAN)

Mo Brooks is one of the few republicans standing against the massive election rig that was carefully carried out against President Trump on November 3. That night, a number of swing states’ democrat controlled cities mysteriously stopped counting votes, and when Americans woke up the next day, somehow Biden had gleaned just enough ‘votes’ to place him ahead.

The whopper that the liberals want Americans to swallow is that Biden, who couldn’t fill a McDonald’s with supporters, gained over 80 million votes… more than Barack Obama.

Come on, Man!

Recently, Brooks explained that he hopes to get the support he needs in the Senate to challenge the Electoral College vote fraud. And rumors suggest that a number of lawmakers are joining the fight.

The Washington Examiner reported:

The leader of a House bid to challenge the Electoral College election of Joe Biden said that he is “cautiously optimistic” of winning the needed support in the Senate to fight on despite Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s urging to have President Trump step aside.

Alabama Rep. Mo Brooks said he expects the support of at least one senator when he moves next month to challenge the electoral votes of several states in which the Trump campaign has claimed election fraud. Without a Senate ally, the effort fails.

“I’m cautiously optimistic that there will be one or more United States senators who will fight to reject voter fraud and election theft,” he said in an interview.

Sens. Rand Paul and Kelly Loeffler are rumored to be considering a vote to reject some state electoral tallies. In a Senate hearing today, Paul said “fraud happened.”

A republic is nothing without honest & accurate elections.

Heroic patriots fought & died to give America a republic.

Media reports Senate ducks election fraud theft …because it requires a “terrible vote”??!!

I can only hope that is “Fake News”.

— Mo Brooks (@RepMoBrooks) December 15, 2020

Brooks has used the media and social media to urge voters to press their senators to challenge ballot fraud. And he hopes voters consider it a do-or-die issue in the next election of their senators.

“Ultimately, whether a senator acts on behalf of our country will be determined by whether that senator’s employers, the American people, have made it known to the senators that this is a litmus test issue. Either you fight for America, or voters never vote for them again and fight against them,” said Brooks.

Rand Paul: “The fraud happened. The election in many ways was stolen.”

— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) December 16, 2020

While the process is a bit unclear, in the end, the House votes either to accept the Electoral College election of a president or the House votes. The Senate does the same for vice president.

Mo Brooks: ‘Trump Won the Electoral College‘ — I Can Be a Part of the ‘Surrender Caucus‘ or I Can Fight for Our Country via @BreitbartNews

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 15, 2020

The pressure from political leaders to move on is stiff, but Republican Brooks is not backing down.

“I have a choice. I can either fight for my country and an honest and accurate election system that underpins our republic or I can surrender. I will not surrender on an issue of this magnitude. Voter fraud and election theft must be stopped. And on Jan. 6, Congress faces a choice. We can either vote to reject voter fraud and election theft or by our silence, or vote, ratify voter fraud and election theft. I choose to fight,” Brooks told Secrets.

Brooks said there were historic levels of fraud in several states, and he believes that if those votes are tossed, Trump would be the winner. But Washington appears ready to move on, accept the Electoral College vote and Trump court defeats, and welcome the Jan. 20 inauguration of Biden.

Brooks said that he has not appealed to other Republican members to join his cause, but they are. And he said that in the face of criticism, giving in is not an option.

“My path is simple. I can either fight or surrender. When you surrender, you’re guaranteed to lose. As long as you fight, you have a chance of prevailing,” he said.