“Well a lot of people are relatively uninformed, they don’t know the truth they are easy to deceive,” Brooks said about Alabama voters on Tuesday.
With the Alabama U.S. Senate primary to replace Attorney General Jeff Sessions less than a week away, never-Trumper Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL) seems to have adopted a new strategy attacking Alabamians.
Appearing on “The Dale Jackson Show” on Tuesday, Brooks said that Alabamians are “relatively uninformed” and “easy to deceive.”
Brooks was asked why he thinks the attacks against him – that paint Brooks as a never-Trumper – are resonating with Alabama voters.
“Well a lot of people are relatively uninformed, they don’t know the truth, they are easy to deceive,” Brooks responded. “The regular people who have been through this before, who take a little bit more time to get to beyond the 30-second ad, and actually do the research to try to determine who’s telling the truth and who’s not, they’re not being deceived at all.”
Alabamians might think Brooks is a never-Trumper, though, because as late as October 2016 he refused to say who he was voting for during an interview.
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