DEADBEAT Republicans Refuse to do their damn job!

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In an exasperating display of party politics, the House voted 209-201 on Monday night to brush aside a resolution put forth by Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) aimed at impeaching Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas for his calamitous mishandling of the border.

Meanwhile, House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) is effortlessly pushing through a funding package that conveniently defers a more comprehensive border policy showdown until the new year.

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Greene, reacting promptly to a tragedy where two of her constituents lost their lives in a Texas collision involving a car driven by a human smuggler evading police, introduced the privileged resolution on Friday.

Yet, rather than addressing the resolution directly, the Republican leadership opted to navigate it through a Democratic motion to refer it to the Homeland Security Committee.

Democrats, ever-changing their stance, modified their motion before the vote, having previously preferred a straightforward vote to table the resolution.

In her resolution, Greene accused Mayorkas of engaging in a “pattern of conduct that is incompatible with the laws of the United States,” citing his “willful admittance of border crossers, terrorist human traffickers, drugs, and other contraband.”

Despite Greene’s arguments and those of others that Mayorkas’s failures at the border were glaringly evident through numerous committee hearings throughout the year, Speaker Johnson’s decision to table the resolution signaled a lack of support for its passage, with some Republicans hesitant to deviate from bureaucratic norms.

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In an aggravating turn of events, Johnson yielded to Democrats’ demands to discard Mayorkas’s impeachment resolution into a committee recycling bin on the same afternoon that Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) voiced support for Johnson’s continuing resolution (CR) government funding plan.

The Johnson CR conveniently postpones a critical confrontation on President Joe Biden’s border policy until next year, extending DHS funding through February 2. Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX) staunchly opposed the CR plan, emphasizing that the border fight cannot afford any further delays.

Despite Roy’s willingness to sacrifice Thanksgiving for the cause, both chambers of Congress are poised to recess by Friday, leaving the border crisis overseen by Mayorkas to persist unabated.