Republicans Want Open Borders! 8 GOP Cowards Refuse to Stand by Americans!

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In a mind-boggling display of spinelessness and betrayal, eight Republicans shamefully abandoned their party on Monday, thwarting a GOP-led effort to impeach Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.

This infuriating move delivered a sucker punch to House conservatives who, for over a year, had been gearing up to hold Mayorkas accountable.

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The House, with a final vote of 209 to 201, disgracefully opted to send the impeachment resolution back to the Homeland Security Committee for further consideration, rather than moving forward with a decisive floor vote. If this weren’t exasperating enough, the prospect of Mayorkas facing impeachment in the Democratic-controlled Senate, where a two-thirds majority for removal seemed unlikely, would have been a mere farce.

This despicable act, however, was not just a blow to party unity; it laid bare a group of House Republicans willing to betray their own principles and obstruct an impeachment that their party’s base staunchly supported. All of this, despite legal experts flagging the shaky grounds on which the impeachment rested.

As if that weren’t enough, this outrageous display occurred amidst an internal GOP struggle over whether to pursue the impeachment of an even bigger fish: President Joe Biden. The repercussions of this spineless move will undoubtedly influence the party’s future decisions.

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To add insult to injury, in addition to the eight turncoats who shamelessly sided with Democrats, a dozen or so other GOP House members conveniently abstained from voting altogether. Their stance on the issue remains a mystery, leaving us to question where they truly stand.

This circus unfolded as the House frantically negotiated a new budget resolution to avert a government shutdown, with only four days left until the temporary spending bill expired. The precious time wasted on this charade could have been better spent on figuring out how to keep the government running, preventing a shutdown that would force 72 percent of DHS employees to toil without pay.

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The misguided push to impeach Mayorkas was spearheaded by the notorious GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia, who accused Mayorkas of violating his oath by failing to secure the U.S.-Mexico border. Greene’s theatrics, brewing since May, finally forced a vote last week. Mayorkas, however, consistently defended his position, rightly highlighting the impossibility of meeting the unattainable standard set by the Secure Fence Act of 2006.

Mayorkas rightly pointed out that achieving “operational control,” defined as preventing “all unlawful entries,” is an unattainable objective. This fact didn’t deter Greene and her cohorts, who conveniently ignored the complex reality of the migrant crisis that transcends partisan lines.

The surge in migrant crossings began during the Trump administration and reached record highs last year. Republican governors exacerbating the crisis by transporting migrants to big cities and dumping them, coupled with Democratic Gov. J.B. Pritzker of Illinois criticizing the federal government’s handling of the situation, only adds fuel to the already intense debate. The federal government’s failure to address this national humanitarian crisis, leaving state and local governments to bear the burden without support, is a dereliction of duty that should incite outrage across party lines.