Teh Stupid, It Burnnnnnns! (Mo’ Mo Brooks)

Besides being an insurrectionist on January 6, ol’ Mo claims that he cannot be sued for instigating a riot because he’s a member of Congress, and now he’s claiming that there was a battle at Valley Forge, which ought to be news to General Washington.

But on the positive side, he’s calling for another civil war, right now, on-record, and everyone sees/hears it.

(H/T Scissorhead MDavis)

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12 Responses to Teh Stupid, It Burnnnnnns! (Mo’ Mo Brooks)

  1. File charges now, why wait?

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  2. E.A. Blair says:

    I’m willing to bet that damned few at CPAC had ancestors who camped at Valley Forge…and nobody had ancestors who fought there.

    I had a seven-times-great grandfather who fought in the American Revolution, but have no idea whether he was at Valley Forge. He did marry one of Thomas jeffeson’s sisters, though.


  3. stirring words… I’d like to hear more about Rep. Brooks time in the Armed Forces; surely someone so committed to fighting for our country has served. What?

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  4. Sirius Lunacy says:

    All the CPAC ancestors would have been Tories. They wouldn’t have been at Valley Forge. It was the liberals of the times that fought in the Revolution. Government of the people, by the people, for the people was a radically left wing proposition at the time. But if they did have any ancestors there then they probably would have been fighting. Fighting with their fellow Americans over rations as the CPAC ancestors would have felt they were entitled to have more.

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  5. Boris says:

    An ancillary note; George Washington mandated smallpox vaccinations for all of the troops at Valley Forge.

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  6. Redhand says:

    Treasonous piece of shit.

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  7. roket says:

    Future Rep. Mo Brooks: “No reasonable person would believe anything I say. Can I help it that there were no reasonable people there?”


  8. Buttermilk Sky says:

    Teach the kids about the Battle of Valley Forge, not about slavery or genocide. Yeah, that’ll work.


  9. Stony Pillow says:

    Washington entered Valley Forge with 12,000 troops. About 15% lost their fight with disease, mostly typhoid fever, dysentery, and flu.

    Truth in advertising.


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