Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is persisting in her efforts to impeach Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, citing his alleged failure to address the influx of migrants and associated issues at the border.
Despite facing resistance from some Republicans who prefer a more deliberate approach, Greene remains determined, emphasizing the urgency of the situation.
“This time, the Republicans in Congress better deliver different results,” Greene said.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene: "The days are numbered for Secretary Mayorkas."
"Our southern border is being invaded and Americans are being murdered every day on his watch. "
"It's time for Secretary Mayorkas to resign, and if he doesn’t he’s going to be impeached." pic.twitter.com/aRvp8fjYNd
— AnalyzingAmerica (@AnalyzAmerica) November 18, 2023
“Mayorkas must be impeached, and the invasion must stop.”
“Americans deserve security and sovereignty. After the holiday break, I’ll reintroduce my articles to impeach Secretary Mayorkas.”
“Congress must choose between protecting our homeland or the Biden regime. I will not stop fighting for border security and the rule of law,” she posted.
“We didn’t kill a Mayorkas impeachment. We voted to launch hearings and make our case to the entire nation. If we impeached Mayorkas today, the Senate would have rejected it today,” holdout Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) posted.
“House Democrats will now have to defend Biden or admit his border disaster. We can win this.”
Greene has also criticized her colleagues in a forthcoming book, suggesting they are reluctant to take bold action due to fear of consequences.
“It’s absolutely outrageous,” Greene pressed.
“I serve on the Homeland Committee. We have had hearing after hearing listening to parents cry over their children murdered by fentanyl.”
“I mean, we are wondering how many … dead American bodies are going to have to pile up before Republicans in Congress get serious about impeaching Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.”
“The conservative base is ready; they see the problems and want change. Yet over and over, I and other conservatives fighting for an America-first, MAGA agenda must come home to our districts full of frustration and impotence because the rest of our party won’t get things done,” she writes in the book.