(TheProudRepublic.com) – It seems that one of Joe Biden’s most disastrous Cabinet members will be impeached before him as House Republicans have now made it clear that they are considering impeaching Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas in early 2024 over the ongoing illegal alien invasion.
Some 10 million illegal immigrants from all over the Third World have invaded the United States of America in the past three years on the watch of President Biden and his subordinate Mayorkas – including over 2 million known gotaways.
In a significant development following the latest data released by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) regarding the southern border, a key Republican member of the House has indicated that his committee is preparing to evaluate the potential impeachment of Mayorkas in the upcoming year, National Review reports.
This move comes in response to what is being described as an unprecedented crisis at the border, characterized by record-high levels of illegal immigration.
The context of this situation involves the ongoing negotiations in Congress centered around providing additional resources and enhancing security measures at the border.
These discussions have hit a roadblock as Congress went into its holiday recess, leaving the issue unresolved.
The need for more support and resources at the border is acutely felt by CBP and its federal partners, as highlighted by the escalating challenges they face in managing border security and upholding America’s national security.
Troy Miller, a senior official at CBP currently performing the duties of the commissioner, emphasized the gravity of the situation.
“We are facing a serious challenge along the southwest border and CBP and our federal partners need more resources from Congress — as outlined in the supplemental budget request — to enhance border security and America’s national security,” Miller said.
“Despite ongoing challenges, in November, the men and women of CBP continued their tireless work and recorded increased seizures of illegal narcotics while facilitating lawful trade and increased holiday travel,” he added.
This statement sheds light on the multifaceted role of CBP, which, despite the hurdles, has managed to increase its efforts in curbing the flow of illegal narcotics while simultaneously facilitating legitimate trade and travel, especially during the holiday season.
The severity of the border crisis is further underscored by the statistics from last month, which reveal a staggering number of border encounters.
Nationwide, including the northern border, there were at least 308,728 encounters.