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December 3, 2020 Press Release
Washington, DC— Thursday, Congressman Mo Brooks (AL-05) delivered a fiery House Floor speech addressing one of many systemic flaws in America’s election process that promotes voter fraud and election theft, undermine America’s election system, and threaten public trust in our Republic. This is the fourth House Floor speech in a series by Congressman Brooks concerning presidential election contest law, voter fraud and election theft. Today’s speech focused on how Democrats have made it illegal for America’s voter registrars to request information needed to prevent illegal voting by illegal aliens and all other noncitizens, thus prompting Joe Biden to brazenly promise amnesty and citizenship to 11+ million illegal aliens in hopes of enticing them to illegally register to vote, and vote, in America’s presidential election.

President Donald Trump viewed Congressman Brooks’ floor speech and, within minutes, was inspired to tweet, “Thank you to Representative Mo Brooks!”

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

For emphasis, the Constitution mandates that Congress, not unelected federal judges, renders the final verdict on who won the 2020 presidential election.

Today I begin addressing systemic flaws in America’s election process that promote voter fraud and election theft, undermine America’s election system, and threaten public trust in our Republic.

In America, only citizens are lawfully allowed to vote and control America’s elections and destiny.

Yet, deplorably, in 1993, Democrats rammed through Congress the National Voter Registration Act that, incredibly, makes it illegal, illegal, to require proof of citizenship that prevents illegal aliens and noncitizens from registering to vote.[1]

Why do Democrats undermine our Republic to make illegal alien and non-citizen voting easier?

To win elections, of course.

It is no secret to Democrats or Republicans that, consistent with a 2014 study by Old Dominion University and George Mason University professors, noncitizens and illegal aliens vote 80% of the time for Democrats.[2]

Mr. Speaker, there are many tens of millions of illegal aliens and other noncitizens in America.[3]

In 2010, the Census found 11 million illegal aliens in America. A 2018 Yale study estimated as many as 22 million illegal aliens in America![4]

There are simply so many that no one can keep track of how many!

Similarly, no one knows how massive the illegal alien voting block is or how many voted in 2020. Hundreds of thousands? Almost certainly. Millions? Very likely.

But what we do know for sure is that the illegal alien voting block was large enough, and critical enough, to winning the presidential race that, at the October 22 Presidential Debate, Joe Biden openly and publicly solicited their illegal votes by promising, (Quote) “Within 100 days, I’m going to send to the United States Congress a pathway to citizenship for over 11 million undocumented people.”[5] (End Quote)

Think about that for a moment.

A presidential candidate on national TV promises amnesty and citizenship to illegal aliens in hopes of inspiring them to illegally register to vote and vote for that candidate!

If that brazen solicitation of illegal voting by up to 22 million illegal aliens is not criminal solicitation of voter fraud and election theft, it darn well ought to be!
And don’t think for a moment that Joe Biden did not know exactly what he was doing.

After all, on May 11, 1993, then Senator Joe Biden personally voted for the National Voter Registration Act that makes it illegal, illegal, to require proof of citizenship when illegal aliens and other noncitizens seek to register to vote!

Mr. Speaker, all Americans deserve an election system that stops voter fraud, prevents election theft, and accurately records only lawful votes cast by eligible American citizens.

Unfortunately, America’s election system is so riddled with systemic flaws that far too many elections are stolen from candidates and the American people.

In my judgment, that is exactly what happened in the 2020 presidential election, where the election theft was so massive as to favorably compare to the old adage that “you can’t see the forest for the trees.”

Again, in my judgment, if only lawful votes cast by eligible American citizens are counted, President Trump handily won the electoral college and a second term as president.

As such, it is my duty, under the U.S. Constitution, on January 6, if the required one Senator will join me, to object to and later vote to reject electoral college submissions from states whose election systems are so badly flawed as to render their vote submissions unreliable, untrustworthy, and unworthy of acceptance.

[1] Kansas challenged this Democrat abomination by requiring “satisfactory evidence of United States Citizenship” before registering someone to vote. Kan.Stat.Ann. §25 S2309(l)). Unfortunately, two Democrat-appointed 10th Circuit Court of Appeals judges held the National Voter Registration Act voids Kansas’ common-sense, pro-America law. https://law.justia.com/cases/federal/appellate-courts/ca10/18-3133/18-3133-2020-04-29.html
[2] Jesse T. Richman, Gulshan A. Chattha, David C. Earnest, “Do Non-Citizens Vote In U.S. Elections?”, December, 2014, http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0261379414000973
[3] https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2020/08/20/key-findings-about-u-s-immigrants/
[4] https://insights.som.yale.edu/insights/yale-study-finds-twice-as-many-undocumented-immigrants-as-previous-estimates
[5] https://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/joe-biden-promises-amnesty-to-illegal-immigrants-in-first-100-days/

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: