If Republicans win the House as expected, Secretary Mayorkas will likely be gone one way or the other.
His impeachment is atop the agenda come January.
For that reason, Rep. Pat Fallon (R-TX) believes that Mayorkas will resign rather than face the impeachment.
Fallon, who is on the House Oversight Committee, stated, "Our office plans to file articles of impeachment on Sec. Mayorkas come Nov. 9.
"I suspect what he'll do is he'll resign after the midterms because if he doesn't, he's going to have a parking space right outside the building where our committee meets because he's going to be in front of us so often."
Mayorkas has already been caught lying to Congress.
For instance, during one hearing, he assured members of Congress that the border was fully secured.
Fallon stated, "but then he got caught on a hot mic shortly thereafter saying that the border was in chaos, so clearly he was lying then as well."
Of course, then there is the #WhipGate scandal, where he knew the agents were innocent yet he still sided with Biden, Mayorkas will be gone.
Hopefully, he will resign rather than going through an impeachment hearing.