Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) is pushing for the impeachment of Department of Homeland Services Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.
Greene introduced the impeachment resolution, citing "10 million illegals" who have entered the nation under the Biden administration.
— New York Post (@nypost) November 9, 2023
“The ongoing invasion at our southern border is a direct national security threat against the States and against the citizens therein,” she read from the resolution, according to the New York Post.
"The migrant crossings include 8 million stops by US immigration authorities and 1.8 million known 'gotaways,' according to Customs and Border Protection figures cited previously by congressional Republicans," it added.
BREAKING: I just filed privileged Articles of Impeachment on Secretary Mayorkas.
Yesterday, two Americans from my district in Dalton, GA were killed in a high-speed head-on collision at the hands of human traffickers smuggling illegal aliens into this country.
They had 5 kids… pic.twitter.com/JHbYYLpElp
— Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene🇺🇸 (@RepMTG) November 9, 2023
"Yesterday, two Americans from my district in Dalton, GA were killed in a high-speed head-on collision at the hands of human traffickers smuggling illegal aliens into this country," Greene wrote on X.
"They had 5 kids who will never get to say goodbye. The utter disregard for American life displayed by Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas can no longer be ignored. The time for more hearings and phases is over," she continued.
The impeachment push also comes as concerns grow concerning the potential for terrorists to cross the southern border following was between Hamas and Israel.
A reported 280 people from the terror watch list have been apprehended at the southern border, according to the CBP.
The concerning numbers have led to the border crisis also becoming a major theme attacked by Republicans running for office in 2024.
The border could serve as one of the top issues leading voters to turn against Biden and support former President Donald Trump in his comeback bid for the White House.