Oh I'm sorry i misunderstood. Just tried it and no, there is no static through direct monitoring without the mic plugged in. Mic went bad you think? I have had it for a few years and it was bought second hand even then. And to answer your question from your previous post, I don't have an adapter to test a different audio source.
Yes, this points me in the direction of your mic. Its a condenser and they have more "moving" parts than dynamic mics. But what fails most in both, is the XLR connector on the bottom. Or to be more exact, the wires leading to it. The inner part of the connector often is a little loose and that puts a lot of mechanical stress on the thin wires and the solder joints until they break. If thats the case, this is really easy to fix.
If you are comfortable doing it, you can take the XLR connector out and have a look at the wires. Please be careful and only turn the screw as often as really needed, to take it out. You can see in this video how its done.
Just to be 100% sure that this is your problem, maybe you can borrow a microphone or an adaptor from somebody else, so you can test the whole setup without the mic? Also taking the mic to somebody else who can test it, would also be a good idea.