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Brooks Votes to Make Mueller Report Public, Supports Transparency

March 14, 2019
Press Release

Washington, DC— Thursday, Congressman Mo Brooks (AL-05) voted “Yes” on H.Con.Res. 24, legislation expressing the sense of Congress that the report of Special Counsel Mueller should be made available to the public and to Congress. H.Con.Res. 24 passed the House 420-0.

Congressman Brooks said, “The American people deserve to know what the $25 million Mueller investigation uncovered.[1] The FBI investigation began more than 2 ½ years ago. The Mueller segment of that investigation is in its 22nd month. Frankly, the costly Mueller probe should have ended months ago. The Mueller Report should be made public so that the public can judge for itself if alleged Russian election interference convinced a single American to change his or her vote in 2016.”

Brooks concluded, “No Americans have stated they were fooled by the Russians into voting for Donald Trump. Yet, American taxpayers have been forced to fund the futile Mueller probe. Nancy Pelosi admitted Monday that Socialist Democrats have failed to produce any persuasive evidence of an impeachable offense by President Trump.[2] For the last 2 ½ years, Socialist Democrats have perpetrated a scam on the American people in an attempt to delegitimize President Trump. They have shamelessly stopped at nothing to see the duly elected President of the United States removed from office. It is time the American people learn the full facts of the Mueller probe so we can put this regrettable period behind us.”

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[1] https://www.cnbc.com/2018/12/14/mueller-investigation-cost-25-million-in-first-16-months-report.html

[2] https://brooks.house.gov/media-center/news-releases/brooks-applauds-speaker-pelosi-admission-insufficient-evidence-impeach