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Rep. Mo Brooks represents Alabama in Congressional Baseball Game

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Congressional baseball game to be broadcast nationally, Mo Brooks starts at first base

WASHINGTON, DC— Alabama’s Congressman Mo Brooks (AL-05) announced today he will start at first base for the Republicans in Thursday’s, July 28, Congressional Baseball Game for Charity. The game, played at Washington Nationals Park, is an annual Washington tradition that pits Democrats against Republicans in a game for charity. Charities are expected to receive a minimum of $1.7 million from this year’s game.

Mo Brooks says letter to constituent ‘watered down’ due to ‘Government censors’

WASHINGTON, D.C. (WIAT) — Congressman Mo Brooks said in a letter to a constituent that his written communications “may be watered down” due to what he called “Government censors.” The letter, written to constituent Kimberly Fasking on congressional letterhead, was sent in response to concerns Fasking expressed to Brooks’ office on immigration issues. Based on […]

Mo Brooks, betrayed by Trump in losing election bid, says he's willing to testify about Jan. 6

Correction: A previous version of the story incorrectly indicated Brooks lost a re-election bid for the House of Representatives. Tuesday's election was a runoff for Senate. Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Ala., the pro-Trump election-denier who lost his election bid for Senate this week, on Wednesday said that he'd be willing to publicly testify about January 6 to the House select committee if subpoenaed.

Matt Gaetz, Mo Brooks and Louie Gohmert among lawmakers who asked for pardons from Trump, Jan 6 hearing told

Representatives Mo Brooks, Matt Gaetz, Andy Biggs, Louie Gohmert and Scott Perry were among the Republican members of Congress who asked President Donald Trump to insulate them from future prosecutions by granting them presidential pardons in the days immediately following the attack on the US Capitol on 6 January last year.Their names were revealed by the House January 6 select committee hearing on Thursday that focused on Mr Trump’s efforts to pressure the Department of Justice to assist in his efforts to overturn his 2020 election loss to Joe Biden. Illinois representative Adam Kinzinger, the Republican select committee member...