House Republicans are hopeful that private admissions about the state of the southern border from interviews with Border Patrol officials will be enough to swing their case and garner enough votes to impeach Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.
Chairmen of the House Homeland Security Committee and House Committee on Oversight and Accountability released a 40-page report Tuesday that detailed what several regional Border Patrol chiefs disclosed to them in interviews from last spring and summer.
“These transcribed interviews have given our Committees, and now the American people, some shocking insights into the consequences of the Secretary’s refusal to enforce the law and secure our borders,” said House Homeland Security Chairman Mark Green (R-TN) in a statement. “Accountability is desperately needed at the highest levels of the Department of Homeland Security.”
The level of accountability that Green said Mayorkas