Rep. Mo Brooks, the House Republican most directly responsible for rallying congressmen to object to President-elect Joe Biden’s victory on Jan. 6, is defending his remarks at the “Save America” rally in front of the White House.
In a press release, titled, “Congressman Mo Brooks rebuts vicious & scurrilous fake news media and socialist Democrat attacks,” Brooks argued that the censure motion filed against him by Rep. Tom Malinowski, a New Jersey Democrat, was “reckless, defamatory, and deceitful.”
“I defend my honor and reputation against scurrilous, George Orwellian, 1984, Socialist Democrats Politics of Personal Destruction,” Brooks said. “I take great offense at anyone who suggests I am so politically inexperienced as to want to torpedo my honest and accurate election system effort I spent months fighting on.”
Calling into question Malinowski’s motivations in introducing the resolution, Brooks accused Democrats of resurrecting worn mechanisms to defame the Right and cement their hold on power.
“Let’s be clear, this