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In an email disclosed by the committee on Thursday, Brooks asked for a blanket pardon for more than 140 Republicans.
Brooks announced "women for Mo" in partnership with Women for America First, an organization involved in the rally preceding the Capitol attack.
Brooks has weaponized religion against others on numerous occasions but has bristled when anyone referred to his Mormon faith.
Congressman Mo Brooks, R-Alabama, on Sunday engaged in a televised contretemps with anchor Sandra Smith on Fox News Sunday.
Republicans Katie Britt and Mo Brooks said guns are not the problem, while Democrat Will Boyd supports "sensible gun legislation" including red flag laws.