MTG Urges Senators to Heed Impeachment Battle: Border Top Voters’ Concern; Emphasizes Review of Impeachment Articles

In a historic move, the House of Representatives impeached Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas for high crimes and misdemeanors, citing his willful refusal to comply with U.S. laws and breach of public trust. Chairman Mark Green, MD (R-TN) of the House Committee on Homeland Security commended the decision, emphasizing the need to uphold the constitutional order and urged the Senate to take action.

“With today’s vote, Congress has taken decisive action to defend our constitutional order and hold accountable a public official who has violated his oath of office. 
“The House Committee on Homeland Security’s investigation and subsequent impeachment proceedings demonstrated beyond any doubt that Secretary Mayorkas has willfully and systemically refused to comply with the laws of the United States, and breached the public trust. As a result, our country has suffered from an unprecedented border crisis that has turned every state into a border state, causing untold suffering in communities across our country. With this vote, Congress has made clear that we will not tolerate such lawlessness.
“We have put forward legislative solutions to the border crisis in H.R. 2, the ‘Secure the Border Act.’ We have now conducted oversight and held Secretary Mayorkas accountable. We will continue to fight on behalf of the American people to end this crisis. I urge the Senate to do the right thing and remove Secretary Mayorkas from office following a thorough trial,”
Green wrote in a Tuesday press release after the vote to Impeach.

Read the full Press release here

The impeachment follows a lengthy investigation into Mayorkas’ role in the border crisis, during which evidence of his failures, including empowering criminal cartels, enabling mass illegal immigration, and misleading Congress and the public, was uncovered. Testimony from Border Patrol agents highlighted the unprecedented challenges and risks posed by Mayorkas’ policies.

Chairman Green stated, “With today’s vote, Congress has taken decisive action to defend our constitutional order and hold accountable a public official who has violated his oath of office.” He further urged the Senate to remove Mayorkas from office following a thorough trial.

The investigation, which lasted nearly a year, revealed Secretary Mayorkas’ dereliction of duty and his role in emboldening cartels, criminals, and America’s enemies. The House Committee on Homeland Security, along with the House Oversight Committee, conducted hearings and transcribed interviews, gathering compelling testimony about the consequences of Mayorkas’ open borders policies.

House Republicans faced building pressure from their base to address the border crisis, leading to the impeachment vote. Despite objections from Democrats and constitutional experts, the House proceeded with the impeachment, marking the first time a Cabinet secretary has been impeached in nearly 150 years.

While Senate Democrats weigh their response to the impeachment, Republicans continue to emphasize Mayorkas’ refusal to enforce immigration laws and the impact on border security. The American people await further developments as the Senate determines the fate of Secretary Mayorkas.

In a statement rebuking the impeachment, President Joe Biden criticized House Republicans for what he termed a “blatant act of unconstitutional partisanship.” At the same time, Republican representatives like Marjorie Taylor Greene argue for accountability in upholding immigration laws.

The impeachment of Secretary Mayorkas underscores the ongoing debate over border security and immigration policies, highlighting the challenges and divisions within Congress.

US Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene appeared on the War Room with Steve Bannon before the vote to talk about the need and the urgency to remove Mayorkas and took the opportunity to remind audience members of the vast amount of information that is available on the site that shows Mayorkas did not keep the trust of the American people.


She delivered the same message to the media after the vote, for the Senate and the people to read the articles of Impeachment and the six pages of laws broken by Mayorkas.

MTG reminds the Senate that the top issue with Americans is the border and getting under control. reminding people again to read the articles of impeachment with 6 pages of laws that have been broken by Mayorkas.


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