GOP Rep. Cammack: Mayorkas Told Lawmakers They Won’t Like ‘Who Comes Next’ if He’s Impeached

Published January 9, 2024

There’s a scene in every ’90s detective TV show right before the end when the culprit suddenly starts admitting to all his crimes.

It seems like Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas may have reached that point.

Mayorkas has been saying the quiet part out loud a lot lately, and it’s both concerning and downright sinister.

On Thursday, the secretary admitted on Fox News’ “Special Report” that reports of over 70 percent of migrants being released into the U.S. daily “would not surprise me at all.”

“And I will tell you that when individuals are released, they are released into immigration enforcement proceedings. They are on alternatives to detention. And we have returned or removed a record number of individuals. We are enforcing the laws that Congress has passed,” he told host Bret Baier.

Then, on Monday, Mayorkas confessed to Border Patrol agents during a meeting in Eagle Pass, Texas, that the current rate of release for migrants caught illegally crossing the southern U.S. border is actually “above 85 percent,” Fox News reported, citing three Border Patrol sources who were present.

The National Border Patrol Council confirmed the story as it responded to a post about the meeting by Fox News’ Bill Melugin.

“Your sources are correct,” the union said on X. “During this meeting, [union president] Brandon Judd told Mayorkas that Americans have the right to know the facts about what’s going on at the border. It was at that point Mayorkas admitted that ‘over 85%’ of the people illegally crossing our border are being released.”




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  • Mayorkas visited Eagle Pass, Texas – which has become the epicenter of the migration crisis in recent days on the eve of his impeachment hearing
  • Last month more than 300,000 migrants attempted to cross into the U.S. at the southern border – the largest number in a single month on record
  • It’s the first impeachment hearing after nearly a year of investigations and reports by the House Homeland Security Committee 
  • Down to a two-seat majority, Republicans will need nearly everyone on board to hold a successful vote to impeach the secretary in the House

More House Republicans are getting on board with the idea of impeaching Alejandro Mayorkas ahead of their first hearing on potentially ousting the Homeland Security secretary
Published January 8, 2024

More House Republicans are getting behind the idea of impeaching DHS Sec. Alejandro Mayorkas for his handling of the ‘crisis’ at the southern border.

The support from both hardline conservatives and moderate Republicans comes ahead of the GOP‘s first hearing on potentially ousting the Homeland Security secretary this week.

It’s a good sign for Speaker Mike Johnson who is leading the chamber on a slim three-seat majority, so Republicans will need nearly everyone in their conference to successfully impeach Mayorkas.

On Monday, days before Republicans plan to scrutinize his leadership and ‘inaction’ at the border during their hearing, Mayorkas headed to Eagle Pass, Texas – which has become the epicenter of the migration crisis in recent days.

He heard from border agents on the ground, after weeks of back and forth between him and Senate negotiators on a potential border security deal.

But top Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y., slammed his visit to Texas – which comes just days after 60+ Republicans made the same trip – as a ‘desperate photo-op’ as the ‘crisis’ rages on.

As Congress returns from holiday recess, the Mayorkas impeachment push is picking up steam, along with spending battles, a major immigration and foreign aid deal that is still in the works and the Joe Biden impeachment inquiry.



RELATED: Threatened with impeachment, Mayorkas defends record at border

Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas is seen before a Senate Appropriations Committee hearing to discuss the President’s supplemental request for the Departments of Homeland Security and Health and Human Services on Wednesday, November 8, 2023.
Published January 8, 2024

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas touted his record managing the U.S.-Mexico border and blamed Congress for legislative paralysis Monday, days ahead of the first House impeachment hearing against him.

Mayorkas pushed back against Republican claims that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) under his watch has sat on the sidelines or encouraged migrants to enter the United States illegally.

“After the ending of Title 42 In May of this year through the end of the fiscal year, DHS removed or returned more noncitizens without a basis to remain in the United States than in any other five-month period in the last 10 years,” he said.

“In fact, the majority of all migrants encountered at the southwest border throughout this administration have been removed, returned or expelled. A majority of them.”

On Wednesday, the House Homeland Security Committee will hold a hearing titled “Havoc in the Heartland: How Secretary Mayorkas’ Failed Leadership Has Impacted the States,” promoted by Chairman Mark Green (R-Tenn.) as the beginning of the impeachment process against Mayorkas.

“For almost three years, the American people have demanded an end to the unprecedented crisis at the Southwest border, and they have also rightly called for Congress to hold accountable those responsible,” Green said in a statement.

“That’s why the House Committee on Homeland Security led a comprehensive investigation into the causes, costs, and consequences of this crisis. Our investigation made clear that this crisis finds its foundation in Secretary Mayorkas’ decision-making and refusal to enforce the laws passed by Congress, and that his failure to fulfill his oath of office demands accountability.”





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