Mayorkas should be impeached says Ex-ambassador to Mexico… The campaign to impeach Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas gained momentum after the former US ambassador to Mexico said he supported the idea.
Christopher Landau, who served during the Trump administration, said in a new podcast this weekend that Mr. Majorkas is violating his “constitutional responsibilities” by failing to comply with border security laws. “They took an oath before God that they would enforce the law,” Landau said on El Americano’s Aguilar
“If they have no interest in fulfilling the oath they have taken before God and their fellow citizens, then let them go, and if not, let them go from their jobs. Mr. Landau spoke with Alfonso Aguilar, who was head of the US Citizenship and Immigration Services Bureau of Citizenship during the Bush administration and now hosts the podcast for El American, a conservative Spanish-language news outlet.
Lord Landau’s comments join those of former acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad Wolf, who said on the Washington Times podcast “Politically Unstable” last month that House Republicans have “strong arguments” for a political process. the grade “F” for his performance in border security.
The charges were brought by the representative last year, in the midst of the first wave of immigration. Andy Biggs, Arizona Republican. But with the GOP in the minority, the measure has gotten nowhere.
Even if the House of Representatives were to vote to impeach, which requires a majority, Mr. Majorkas’ conviction and impeachment is a higher order in the Senate, where he gets two-thirds of the vote. Nevertheless, Mr.
Aguilar said there is “growing momentum” among Republicans to try next year when the GOP takes control of the House of Representatives after the November election. “I really think there’s a definite possibility that it’s going to happen,” he said.
“They are fed up with DHS continuing to abuse its probationary powers to release hundreds of thousands of immigrants into the country. You are totally ignoring the law, Mr. Mayortas dismissed the question when asked about impeachment efforts, saying he was focused on his work.