The story of what took place in the nation's capital on January 6 continues to take wild twists and turns. One day after a Rolling Stone article suggested that Reps. Mo Brooks, Marjorie Taylor Greene and several members of Congress were involved in the planning of the "Stop The Seal" rally, Brooks added fuel to the fire. When asked about his involvement in the "Stop The Seal" rally, he told reporters that he didn't know much about the rally until he was asked to speak.
“I had no intentions of going to that rally until Jan. 5, when the White House asked me to speak,” Brooks told Howard Koplowitz of AL.com.
Brooks cut down any thought that he was directly involved in the planning of the rally. However, he did not rule out the possibility that his staff may have helped plan the rally. In fact, Brooks said he would be "proud" if they did help plan the rally.
“Quite frankly, I’d be proud of them if they did help organize a First Amendment rally to protest voter fraud and election theft,” Brooks added.
Brooks, like Greene and other members of Congress, have argued that the most recent presidential election was tainted by “massive voter fraud." Despite their assertions, no lawsuit or investigation has uncovered any evidence that would support that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris won the election because of "massive voter fraud" in America.
Moving forward, the "rally organizer" and the "planner" that powered the Rolling Stone story have indicated that they hope to testify before Congress. The two sources that powered the bombshell story also claim that they were offered legal immunity for their role in the events of January 6.
“I have no problem openly testifying,” one source told Rolling Stone.
At this time, it's unclear when or how these two sources would testify before Congress. Nevertheless, it will be one of the most talked about days in modern American history if it does happen.