• Rep. Brooks on Sunday had a heated exchange with Fox News host Sandra Smith around the 2020 election.
  • Brooks continues to assert there was rampant fraud in the election devoid of delivering any evidence.
  • Smith instructed Brooks that GOP election problems in 2020 did not end result in any evidence of mass fraud.

Rep. Mo Brooks on Sunday engaged in a heated argument with a “Fox News Sunday” host above the 2020 presidential election success, which the conservative lawmaker insists was tainted with irregularities.

For the duration of a phase with guest host Sandra Smith, Brooks — who final week gained adequate votes to protected a location in the Alabama Republican Senate runoff election next thirty day period — insisted that voter fraud could not be ruled out for the 2020 election, irrespective of supplying no evidence to again up his assertions.

When Brooks spoke of the worth of voter integrity in pushing for tougher election laws, Smith said legal endeavours right after the 2020 election have been unable to confirm any election malfeasance.

Brooks, however, did not choose kindly to the anchor’s statement and claimed his election concerns — together with the dozens of lawmakers who sought to challenge the final results in many swing states — ended up remaining dismissed.

“The congressmen and senators disagree with you, with what you just mentioned,” the congressman advised Smith. “Elections are heading to be stolen if we do not resolve these troubles.”

He added: “The courts are not the final arbiter of who wins federal election contests.”

Following mentioning more debunked promises of voter fraud, Smith stepped in and stated that they could not be proven.

“That has been looked at and actuality-checked by multiple retailers, including Reuters, who have [reported] there isn’t really any evidence that there was common voter fraud,” she responded.

Brooks — who was endorsed by previous President Donald Trump for the Senate race previous 12 months prior to the previous president withdrew his assist in March and accused his longtime ally of going “woke” — surged in polling shortly ahead of very last week’s most important by continuing to enchantment to the state’s conservative citizens.

He will confront previous Senate main of staff members and attorney Katie Britt in the runoff subsequent thirty day period.