Mo Brooks launched a new commercial claiming to have written a $2,500 check to help Trump beat Hillary.
Brooks’ check is made out to the Alabama GOP and was written on the same day that he refused to publicly say he would vote for Trump.
AUDIO (Starts at 3:05): October 11, 2016, Alabama radio host Dale Jackson asked if Brooks was going to vote for Donald Trump, and Brooks said “I didn’t say that.” DALE JACKSON: If you’re gonna vote for every Republican candidate, that means you’re gonna vote for Donald Trump?” BROOKS: “I didn’t say that. I said I’m gonna vote for a Republican that is on the ballot.” JACKSON: “Is the implication that’s Donald Trump’s not a Republican?” BROOKS: “Well, everybody has to make up their own minds about that.” (WVNN’s, “The Dale Jackson Show,” 10/11/16)
AUDIO (Starts at 4:36): Brooks was silent when asked if Donald Trump was a Republican, and said “This is gonna be a pretty short interview if you keep pressing me on it.” JACKSON: “I know, I’m just gonna have to keep hammering it though. I’m trying to drive this home here for a second. So is Donald Trump a Republican?” BROOKS: [Silence] JACKSON: [Laughs] “Is he? Is Donald Trump a Republican?” BROOKS: “This is gonna be a pretty short interview if you keep pressing me on it.” (WVNN’s, “The Dale Jackson Show,” 10/11/16)
“If Mo Brooks’ check to the Alabama GOP was meant to assist Donald Trump, then why did Brooks publicly refuse to say who he was voting for during a radio interview on the same day?” –SLF Spokesman Chris Pack
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