Mo Brooks, Alabama comeback

Mo Brooks uses her own footage after mass shootings in campaign ads.

Tomorrow’s major primaries in several US states will see famous Republican candidates face off against each other and in some cases try to beat their rivals backed by Donald Trump.

In Georgia, incumbent Governor Brian Kemp appears to be seeking victory over his main challenger and Trump-backed former Senator David Purdue. Mike Pence will be campaigning for Kemp today.

Meanwhile, Georgia’s Republican Senate primary is almost certain to nominate controversial former footballer Herschel Walker. Herschel Walker is a very popular grassroots figure whose history of fickle behavior, business dealings, and personal troubles sometimes makes some Republicans worry that he may not be able to vote. Defeat Democrat Raphael Warnock in November.

And in Alabama, Congressman Mo Brooks looks set to return from the Republican Senate primary, despite losing Trump’s support earlier this year. At the time, he was under the polls and urged supporters to “move forward” from the 2020 presidential election, which drew contempt for President Trump. However, he continued the campaign with a picture of himself speaking outside the White House on January 6, 2021.


Will Mo Brooks Return Without Trump’s Backing?

Alabama House of Representatives and Senate candidate Mo Brooks lost the Republican primary election before Donald Trump even dropped him.

President oice reflected Brooks’ call to support supporters to constantly talk about the 2020 elections and focus on future victories. However, Brooks has survived the competition thanks to ample external advertising spend and high recognition, and now he appears to be re-emerging in the polls.

Along with growing the club, which has cost him millions of dollars to support him, Brooks has won the support of other right-wing heavy hitters like Marjorie Taylor Greene and Ted Cruz, who will campaign for him in Alabama today. received.

If Brooks wins, it will again prove that Trump’s favor does not perfectly track the candidate’s performance. But the fact that Brooks was still campaigning with photos of him speaking at the White House on January 6, 2021 indicates that he’s serving Trump’s base. It’s still his way.

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Andrew NaughtyMay 23, 2022 12:36



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