From the House Floor a vote ‘In favor of impeaching Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas’

Congressman Stephanie Bice of Oklahoma City, speaking on the floor of the U.S. House last month, concerning her ‘yes’ vote to impeach Secretary Mayorkas. Screenshot of Bice speech, February 2024
Published March 14,  2024

Note: For the historical record, this is the prepared text of Congressman Stephanie Bice’s speech on the House floor, concerning the impeachment of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas:

Thank you Mr. Speaker.

I rise today in support of the impeachment of Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.

This is one of the most solemn and consequential actions the U.S. House of Representatives can take, and I do not take it lightly.

However, under the watch of Secretary Mayorkas, we have witnessed the degradation of our border security and the willful and consistent refusal to comply with and enforce federal immigration laws.

Today, fentanyl is the leading cause of death for those aged 18-45, terrorists on the FBI watchlist are being released into the interior of the country, and the cartels are a multi-billion dollar business.

The crisis we face today is a threat to every single American, causing our communities to be less safe, and it is a direct result of the Secretary’s actions.

A clear message must be sent to the executive branch that they no longer get to break the law without consequences.



RELATED: 14 Democrats vote with Republicans to condemn Biden immigration policies

Published March 13, 2024

Both Biden, Mayorkas are name-checked in resolution

Fourteen Democrats voted with Republicans on Tuesday to pass a GOP-led resolution condemning President Biden’s immigration policies.

The resolution was introduced by Rep. Monica De La Cruz, R-Texas, a Republican who represents a border district and who was chosen to give the Spanish-language rebuttal to Biden’s State of the Union last week.

Her legislative text targeted both Biden and Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, accusing them of having “created the worst border security crisis in the Nation’s history.”

The resolution also accused the Biden administration of pushing asylum policies that critics argue helped fuel the border crisis and that the administration “has purposely violated United States immigration law by refusing to detain inadmissible aliens arriving at the border.”

The vote comes hours after House Democrats’ newly created task force on border security held its first press conference calling for bipartisan solutions to the crisis.




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