Investigations are a priority for the upcoming Republican majority in the House. The list of Democrats to be looked at is headed by none other than current President Biden, who has grown tired of the Democrat administration’s fruitless attempts to investigate former President Donald Trump.
If the GOP obtains control of the House, some House Republicans have been pressing to have Biden impeached. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., one of the most vehemently outspoken members of the Republican Conference, has repeatedly proposed articles of impeachment against Biden.
Some House Republicans are now being cautious and taking their time with the impeachment process. Since many of them were in government during the 1990s when the GOP impeachment of Bill Clinton resulted in the loss of some GOP congressional seats and increased the president’s popularity, such a move would get significant media attention and may backfire if people object. The Senate would hold a trial if the House decided to impeach Biden, and a two-thirds majority vote would be needed to convict him—a high bar to clear.
Other patriotic Republicans are prepared to execute the lawbreakers and disobeyers of the US Constitution.
However, Biden is not the only Democrat under the House’s scrutiny. GOP members of the Committee have started to announce their investigative objectives for the upcoming year as a result of gaining control of the House. They intend to interview a number of people working for Democratic President Joe Biden’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS), including Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.
Without a doubt, Mayorkas’ management of the unprecedented migrant rush on the Southern border was a failure since, while he was in charge, the flow of illegal immigrants and drugs grew and increased rather than being stopped.
For the upcoming border inquiry, Republicans intend to call Mayorkas to appear before the House Judiciary Committee. Republican lawmakers, lead by ranking member Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), wrote Mayorkas a letter on Friday asking for “prompt testimony,” not just from Mayorkas, but also from other people.
Mayorkas and eleven other people with prominent positions in immigration and cybersecurity are summoned by the memo.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
According to Breitbart
Republicans stated in the notice that they “anticipate requiring testimony” early next year from individuals who work in U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Customs and Border Protection (CBP), and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA).
They called for the following officials to testify:
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