Yesterday, Career Congressman Mo Brooks blamed his floundering Senate campaign on Alabama voters being “relatively uninformed” and “easy to deceive.” Today, he is blaming President Trump for making “an error in judgment” and using “bad data” by choosing to endorse Luther Strange. But does Brooks blame himself at all?
Did he make an “error in judgment” when he stridently opposed Donald Trump during the presidential election and said his immigration plan was worse than Obama’s? Did Brooks use “bad data” when he decided to accept a free trip to China funded by NYC pro-amnesty groups? What about when he joined the Sierra Club? Was it an “error in judgment” to try passing a check written to the Alabama GOP as a check to Trump? Did “bad data” make Brooks lie about voting with Trump on “every single” bill despite having the 10th lowest voting percentage of voting with Trump of any Republican Member of Congress?