Senate GOP Trying To Put The Brakes On Biden Impeachment

The Republican-led House Homeland Security Committee is ramping up its findings to potentially impeach Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. Following recent reports of rampant sex trafficking and fentanyl poisonings at the southern border due to the Biden administration’s lax immigration policies, Committee Chair Mark Green of Tennessee says that an impeachment of Mayorkas is “very real” and “potential.”

The shocking details uncovered by Green will be revealed at Wednesday’s hearing where human trafficking warrior Tim Ballard is set to testify. Ballard, who has spent over a decade serving as a special agent for the Department of Homeland Security, says that the Biden administration is to blame for the sex slavery and human trafficking of young children at the southern border.

The news follows Rep. Kevin McCarthy’s announcement of a formal inquiry to impeach President Joe Biden over his family’s “culture of corruption” and connections to Hunter’s foreign business deals. Despite still searching for evidence of wrongdoing, Green states that the GOP can still walk and chew gum at the same time in investigating both impeachment inquiries.

To add to the already alarming predicament, other witnesses including Sandy Snodgrass, whose son Bruce died from fentanyl poisoning, and Mayra Cantu, wife of a border patrol agent, are set to deliver testimonies on the disastrous consequences of these policies. To make matters worse, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) reported 686 “deaths and disappearances” of migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border route last year, and the number is estimated to be much higher.

Meanwhile, Ballard is pushing for a meeting to take place at the border between Mayorkas and Honduras President Xiomara Castro in order to discuss the 3,000 unaccompanied Honduran children currently in the U.S. as a result of Biden’s policies. Ballard urged the Biden administration to do more to raise awareness about the horrific plight of the unaccompanied children and fix the broken system that is allowing the children to be smuggled into the U.S.

As for Ballard’s Sound of Freedom, the movie has now become the number one movie in Latin America and raked in $14 million on July 4, while the latest Indiana Jones movie brought in $11.5 million. Ballard expressed his hope for the film to initiate a much-needed dialogue on the “politicization” of the border.

At the end of the day, whether the impeachment will move forward or not, House Committee Chair Green says his job is to “expose what’s taking place” and to “educate the American people” on the truth about the Biden administration and the border like never before.

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