Washington, DC— Friday, Congressman Mo Brooks (AL-05) announced his reappointment to the highly influential House Science, Space, and Technology Committee (SST) in the 117th Congress. At the subcommittee level, Brooks has been reappointed to the Space and Aeronautics Subcommittee.
Congressman Brooks has served on the Science, Space, and Technology Committee for 10 years— since taking office in 2011. In the 117th Congress, he maintains his spot as the #2 most senior Republican on the committee behind Ranking Member Frank Lucas (OK-03).
Washington, DC— Congressman Mo Brooks (AL-05) is an original cosponsor of Congressman Chip Roy’s (TX-21) and Congressman Lauren Boebert’s (CO-03) two separate bills to block the U.S. from rejoining the Paris Climate Agreement absent Senate ratification of the Paris Climate Accord as treaty.
Congressman Brooks said, “Let’s be clear about one thing, President Biden’s Executive Order 'rejoining' the Paris Climate Accord is unconstitutional and illegal absent Senate ratification pursuant to Article II, Section 2 of the U.S. Constitution.”
Washington, DC— Friday, conservative talk-radio giant Rush Limbaugh (who has a weekly radio audience of 13.25 million unique listeners and whose show is the most listened-to talk-radio program in America) praised Congressman Mo Brooks (AL-05) as “brilliant” on air.
Washington, DC— Thursday, in a House Science, Space, and Technology Committee hearing on climate change, under questioning by Congressman Mo Brooks (AL-05), four members of a bipartisan panel of climate science experts all admitted that humans are NOT responsible for the Earth’s global warming that has occurred over the past 20,000 years (since the Earth’s last glacial maximum).
By way of background, during the last glacial maximum of roughly 20,000 years ago:
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Mo Brooks (AL-05) today appeared on the House floor to support President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord.