Mo Brooks Says Kamala Harris Will Replace Joe Biden Soon

( Republican Alabama Representative and current senate candidate Mo Brooks appeared on Steve Bannon’s War Room podcast on Friday to explain why he believed Vice President Kamala Harris will become president before 2024.

Brooks, who was a staunch supporter of President Donald Trump’s efforts to secure election integrity in the wake of the 2020 election, expressed concern about President Joe Biden’s health and suggested Democrats were plotting to replace him.

“I feel sympathy for Joe Biden,” Brooks said. “Unfortunately his age has gotten to him.”

It’s not an uncommon sentiment, either. President Joe Biden has repeatedly displayed signs of cognitive decline and physical health issues in recent years. This month, the president fell twice while walking up the steps to Air Force One and appeared confused during his first press conference as president held over two months after his inauguration.


“Joe Biden today is not the Joe Biden he was a decade ago,” Brooks added. “And it shows, and it’s sad. I wish he had the mental acumen, he’s becoming more and more mentally frail.”

Brooks then said that he believes there is a “substantial risk that Kamala Harris is going to take over the reins” during his first term.

“It’s becoming quite clear that the loss of his mental acuity is becoming worse and worse,” he added.

His comments come after former White House physician Ronnie Jackson took to Twitter to say that something isn’t right about Joe Biden.

“I served as White House physician under THREE presidents,” he said.

“I’ve seen what it takes physically AND mentally to do the job. I can tell you right now that the way Biden is hiding from the public is a MAJOR red flag. Something’s not right!” he added.

During the War Room podcast, Brooks also slammed “weak-kneed” Republican senators for going along with the Democrat impeachment sham and reminded listeners that President Donald Trump didn’t endorse or encourage anybody who violently protested or rioted in Washington, D.C. on January 6.