After being served with a subpoena over his role in the January 6 attack on the US Capitol, GOP congressman and riot inciter Mo Brooks took to Twitter on Sunday to air his fury, lashing out at Democratic Rep. Eric Swalwell over the lawsuit. In the course of his rant, however, Brooks accidentally posted personal information.
The Alabama Republican complained that the subpoena was illegally served because the process server was caught “sneaking into my house and accosting my wife.”
In the course of his tirade, Brooks accidentally shared his PIN number and the password to his Gmail account, which are taped under his screen on his laptop.
Brooks has also been caught blocking people on Twitter from the official Congressional account, which is illegal.
Take a look:
While ranting like a lunatic and claiming to be a victim because his wife was handed a piece of paper, Mo Brooks accidentally tweeted his Gmail password and pin numbers.
He's Mr. Underhill from Fletch. pic.twitter.com/w6YyyqF9o9
— Josh Moon 🇺🇸 (@Josh_Moon) June 6, 2021
I thought elected officials weren’t allowed to block people. What’s up with this?
— American, still wearing a mask (@JelliDonut) June 6, 2021