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December 8, 2020 Press Release
Washington, DC— Tuesday, Congressman Mo Brooks gave a House Floor speech on yet another systemic flaw in America’s election process that promotes voter fraud and election theft: en masse vote by mail schemes that are rife with voter fraud and expressly violate the Constitution’s Election Clause and Congressional statutes that (with minor exceptions) limit 2020 citizen voting to one 24-hour period – November 3rd. In short, Congress set an Election Day, not an election week, an election month, or an election season.

Full text of Congressman Brooks’ speech:
Mr. Speaker, this is my fifth speech in a series on voter fraud, election theft and the presidential election.

For emphasis, Congress is the judge, jury and final arbiter of the 2020 presidential election contest.

Further, America’s election system is plagued by systemic flaws that promote voter fraud and election theft.

Joe Biden exploited one such flaw when he brazenly promised more than 10 million illegal aliens that he will give them amnesty and citizenship if they help elect Joe Biden president.

The Constitution’s Election Clause, Article I, Section 4, is very clear.

Congress has absolute authority over the “times, places and manner of holding elections” for federal offices.
Pursuant to the Election Clause and Title 2 U.S. Code Section 7, Congress set November 3rd as the 2020 “day for the election.”[1]

For emphasis, Congress set a “day for the election” on which citizens vote. Congress did not set an election week, an election month, or an election season during which citizens can cast votes.

Also pursuant to the Elections Clause, Congress created limited exceptions to its “vote within a 24-hour window” mandate, to-wit:

Alternative voting means may be established for persons with disabilities.[2]

Overseas persons may vote by absentee ballot.[3]

Persons who are expected to be absent from their voting location or state on election day may vote by absentee ballot.[4]

Any voting schemes that allow voting outside of Congressionally mandated times and means are illegal under the Constitution and federal statute.

Congress’s reasons for limiting voting to one 24-hour period are described by the 2005 bipartisan Commission on Federal Election Reform, co-chaired by Democrat President Jimmy Carter and former Republican White House Chief of Staff and Secretary of State James Baker. They strongly cautioned against overly broad absentee ballot and vote by mail schemes because they “(increase) the risk of fraud.”

The bipartisan Commission found that absentee voting “has been one of the major sources of fraud” in American elections and that vote by mail “is vulnerable to abuse in several ways:

Blank ballots mailed to the wrong address or to large residential buildings might get intercepted.

Citizens who vote at home, at nursing homes, at the workplace or in church are more susceptible to pressure, overt and subtle, or to intimidation.

Vote buying schemes are far more difficult to detect when citizens vote by mail.”

Mr. Speaker, Congress passed laws to prevent voter fraud and election theft by establishing, with minor exceptions, a 24-hour window in which to vote. In contrast, Socialist Democrats use bureaucratic allies or engage in rigged lawsuits involving conspiratorial parties and inattentive judges to obtain sham settlement agreements that blatantly violate the Constitution and federal law to promote voter fraud and election theft with the singular goal of stealing the United States presidency.

In particular, all en masse vote by mail schemes promote voter fraud and election theft and are illegal because they violate Congress’s election procedures and 24-hour voting mandate. As such, all votes cast pursuant to these vote by mail schemes are illegal, void, and should not be counted.

Mr. Speaker, the evidence is overwhelming, compelling, and irrefutable.

If only lawful votes cast by eligible American citizens are counted, President Trump won the electoral college and a second term as president.

Congress can either support illegal voting, voter fraud, and election theft . . . or not.

Because I believe in the Rule of Law and our Republic, it is my duty as a Member of Congress, to, on January the 6th, object to and vote to reject the electoral college submissions of all states whose election systems are so badly flawed as to render their vote submissions unreliable, untrustworthy, and unworthy of acceptance. And, Mr. Speaker, that is exactly what I intend to do.
[1] While 2 USC 7 is limited to elections for the U.S. House of Representatives, other federal statutes extend that same date for U.S. Senator and presidential elections.
[2] See Generally 52 U.S.C. Section 20102
[3] See Generally 52 U.S.C. Section 20303 and the Soldier Voting Act of 1942 (P.L. 77-712)
[4] See Generally the Voting Rights Act Amendments of 1970 and 52 U.S.C. Section 10502(d)

Please contact your members of Congress and let them know that you want them to stand with US Congressman Mo Brooks against the election fraud, and to oppose the slates of electors for states with voting irregularites on January 6, 2021. A minimum of one US Representative and one US Senator is needed, but the more the better. The US House vote is by state delegation, not by member, with one vote per state delegation. How to contact your members of Congress: