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Rep. Mo Brooks asked to be dismissed from insurrection lawsuit by telling judge he ‘never smoked tobacco’ or cheated’

Rep. Mo Brooks actually tried to get out of the insurrection lawsuit by Congressman Eric Swalwell (D-CA) for his role in allegedly inciting the January 6 insurrection by telling judge he ‘never smoked tobacco’

 this is what he told the judge on Wednesday in his defense, asking to be dismissed from the lawsuit, per Reuters’ legal affairs reporter Jan Wolfe.

“Brooks is 67 years old.”

“Brooks has never smoked tobacco. Brooks does not consume alcohol. Brooks has never experimented with or taken illegal drugs.”

“Brooks has never been arrested or convicted of any felonies or misdemeanors.”

“Brooks has never had a DUI, a reckless driving ticket, or even a speeding ticket.”

“Brooks has never had a motor vehicle wreck in which anyone claimed Brooks was at fault.”

“Brooks has been married 45 years. Brooks has always been faithful to his wife. Together they have raised four children, all of whom are married, none of whom have been divorced, all of whom are law-abiding, none of whom have been arrested for anything, all of whom have college degrees and jobs,” it says.

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