Mayorkas Is First Sitting Cabinet Member To Be Impeached In U.S. History

In Its 2nd Vote Attempt In Exactly A Week, The U.S. House Impeached Department Of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, Who Became The First Sitting Cabinet Member To Be Impeached In U.S. History. The Resolution To Impeach Was Filed By House Committee On Homeland Security Chairman Mark Green, M.D., R-Tennessee.

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House Republicans Have The Votes To Impeach Mayorkas, Congressman Green Says

House Republicans Have The Votes To Impeach Department Of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, U.S. Rep. Mark Green, M.D., R-Tenn., Said Thursday.

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Florida AG Calls On Congress Once Again To Impeach Mayorkas

Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody Is Once Again Calling On Congress To Impeach Department Of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas For Failing To Secure U.S. Borders As The U.S. House Continues Its Proceedings This Week In An Effort To Do So.

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1/2 Of Republican Members Of Tennessee Delegation Voted Yes To NDAA, Allowing Taxpayer Funded Trans Surgery And Spying To Continue (Update 12.20.23)

Half Of The Republican Members Of The Tennessee Congressional Delegation Voted Yes To The National Defense Authorization Act Yesterday, Allowing Taxpayer Funded Trans Surgery And Spying On Americans To Continue.

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26 Attorneys General Call On New Speaker Of The House To Give States The Authority To Enforce Federal Immigration Law

A Coalition Of 26 State Attorneys General, Including Tennessee’s Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti, Is Calling On The New U.S. Speaker Of The House To Pass A Florida-Sponsored Bill That Would Grant States The Authority To Enforce Federal Immigration Law When The Federal Government Refuses To Do So.

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