National File can exclusively reveal that Rep. Mo Brooks has written a letter and is currently gaining signatures in the House of Representatives to urge House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell launch immediate Congressional hearings into election integrity.
In the letter, addressed to McConnell, Pelosi, and other Congressional leaders, Brooks and a yet unknown number of House Republicans are set to demand immediate Congressional hearings into the reports of widespread election fraud Americans have heard since November 3.
National File understands that Representative Paul Gosar (R-AZ) will be one of the first to sign on. Gosar has been a repeated surrogate for election integrity since the November election, and has appeared at Stop the Steal rallies in Arizona.
At present, National File understands Reps. Paul Gosar, Lance Gooden, Bob Gibbs, David Rouzer, Brian Babin, Ted Budd, Ralph Norman, Andy Biggs, Jody Hice, Jeff Duncan, Greg Steube, Randy Weber, Mike Kelly, Mike Rogers, and Louie Gohmert, have all indicated they will sign the letter.
The letter follows a similar demand from 26 Republican Representatives-elect. This letter, only addressed to Pelosi, was signed by many members of the new wave of America First Republicans who widely attained their seats by tapping into the issues and accomplishments important to supporters of President Donald Trump.
“Americans should be able to have faith that our elections are free and fair,” said Representative-elect Jerry Carl (R-AL) in a tweet.
Tonight I joined 25 of my @GOP colleagues in sending a letter to Speaker Pelosi demanding an investigation into the voting irregularities in the 2020 election. Americans should be able to have faith that our elections are free and fair. #al01 #alpolitics pic.twitter.com/z4bzY5Uebq
— Jerry Carl (@CarlForAlabama) December 16, 2020
This latest move appears to be part of Brooks’ ongoing effort to challenge Joe Biden’s victory in the Electoral College. National File can confirm that both members of the U.S. House and Senate are considering joining Brooks to contest the results in key states and potentially trigger a contingent election.
In the Senate, Republican Sens. Rand Paul, Ron Johnson, Ted Cruz, and Sen-elect Tommy Tubberville have all indicated an interest in joining Brooks’ movement.