No Mo Brooks

Alabama Congressman Mo Brooks wasn’t able to “save America” on 1/6/2021. He also wasn’t able to save his endorsement by Donald Trump, which was rescinded this week.

Say it ain’t so, Mo.

The endorsement was for Mo’s second run for a United States senate seat from Alabama. He finished third to Judge Pervert and Luther Strange in the 2017 GOP special election primary to replace Jeff Beau Sessions. Then President* Pennywise endorsed Strange in the primary but Mo was his man in 2022 until he wasn’t.

Say it ain’t so, Mo.

What’s Mo’s offense in the eyes of Trump? It’s two-fold.

  • He urged voters to move on from the 2020 election.
  • He’s a LOSER who “blew the election.”

The Kaiser of Chaos issued a bizarre statement from exile at Mar-a-Dorn in which he called Mo woke. I am not making this up.

Say it ain’t so, Mo.

Mo Brooks isn’t remotely woke. In fact, he’s barely awake let alone sentient. Here’s one of Mo’s campaign signs:

Say it ain’t so, Mo.

While we’re on the subjects of signs, I stumbled upon this beaut in the course of my research:

That literally means fuck you or fuck off, MAGA in Spanish. It’s a play on the ultimate Mexican insult, Chinga tu Madre.

I used the word rescind at the top of the post for a specific reason. Mo Brooks stuck back after Trump betrayed him:

“President Trump asked me to rescind the 2020 elections, immediately remove Joe Biden from the White House, immediately put President Trump back in the White House, and hold a new special election for the presidency,” Mr. Brooks said in a statement on Wednesday. “As a lawyer, I’ve repeatedly advised President Trump that Jan. 6 was the final election contest verdict and neither the U.S. Constitution nor the U.S. Code permit what President Trump asks. Period.”

Mo ain’t taking no mo of Trump’s shit.

There is, of course, no such thing as rescinding an elections result even if it was within Mo’s power to do so.

Say it ain’t so, Mo.

Mo is fighting a subpoena from the Dipshit Insurrection Committee. Now that the Impeached Insult Comedian has knifed him, it’s time for Mo to say no mo and stop resisting the committee. He’s been rudely expelled from the MAGA ranks by his lord and master, after all.

Mo blames Mitch McConnell for the Trumpian recission. I guess he hasn’t noticed that the Turtle and Trumpy aren’t on speaking terms nowadays.

It is, however, true that the Turtle has his own candidate in Katie Britt a former senior aide to retiring Senator Richard Shelby. Trump once called Shelby a “swamp thing.” And I just thought he was a Democratic turncoat. Silly me.

Britt visited the Kaiser of Chaos in Mar-a-Dorn recently and he was impressed by her. Knowing him, it’s because she’s attractive and that’s how he judges women. Disgusting but true.

Britt apparently likes YellaWood.

That’s as far as I’m willing to go with that joke. I don’t want to be pine tarred with a sleazy wood joke. Such an accusation might make me go ballistic like Lindsey Graham or George Brett during the “pine tar game.”

I hereby apologize to the baseball hall of famer for dragging him into this.

Back to Morris Jackson Brooks. He’s not living up to his nickname. In Three Stooges terms, he’s mo of a Larry than a Moe. Trump is, of course, the bull goose MAGA Moe. It’s easy to imagine him doing this should he ever see Mo Brooks again:

After his confirmation hearing antics, I see Lindsey Graham as Curly. He’s all bark and no bite.

I doubt that Brooks will be babbling to the 1/6 Committee. But this revelation gives them what Poppy Bush once called “the big mo.” I really should stop the mo references, but I cannot help myself.

One mo for the road: Say it ain’t so, Mo.

The last word goes to Eddie Hinton:

PS: Mo Brooks is a two-time malaka of the week in 2014 and 2018. In the second post, I exhausted the possibilities of the “putting the Mo in moron” jokes. Hence the tagline for this post: Say it ain’t so, Mo.

One thought on “No Mo Brooks

  1. Is it just me, or does Brooks’ sudden disaffection with the former guy seem . . . opportunistic? Disingenuous? If what Brooks is saying is true (let’s just say arguendo), why did he sit on this story of Trump’s law-breaking knavery for more than a year? Why does Brooks want the former guy’s endorsement when he knows the former guy is clearly unhinged or anti-American or soft on crime? That latter category being something Republicans have decided they just hate-hate-hate again this week.

    Perhaps Mr. Brooks would like to babble to the January 6 committee?

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