Fox News Reporter Has Tense Exchange with Mo Brooks Over Election Claims [Video]
Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL) had a tense exchange during an appearance on Fox News Sunday over the 2020 presidential election.
Guest host Sandra Smith told Brooks that multiple efforts had concluded that the 2020 election was not stolen from former President Donald Trump.
“The congressmen and senators disagree with you, with what you just said,” Brooks responded. “Elections are going to be stolen if we don’t fix these problems.”
“You just made a false statement,” Brooks said after the pair talked over one another.
Brooks said that “courts are not the final arbiter of who wins federal election contests,” citing claims from the film 2000 Mules.
Smith responded by saying: “And that has been looked at and fact-checked by multiple outlets, including Reuters, who have [reported] there isn’t any proof that there was widespread voter fraud.”
Watch the exchange below:
Mo Brooks gets into fiery exchange with ‘Fox News Sunday’ host over 2020 election
We need to stop rehashing the 2020 election fraud. It’s not going to change anything. We need to move on and close any holes where fraud could be committed. Voter ID’s should be part of it from the get go. With technology the way it is today there no way a person should be able to vote twice. One by mail then voting in person. Computers should be able to pick up on that right away. We should be more worried about what is happening today. Than what happened almost 2 years ago.