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Jul 05 2022
Mayorkas on Border Security: 'I Think That We Are Doing a Good Job.'
The Biden administration's "do not come" message is not deterring hundreds of thousands of foreigners from illegally entering the United States, as they come here in record-breaking numbers.
But on Sunday, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said he's "very pleased" that the U.S. Supreme Court has allowed the Biden administration to end Donald Trump's remain in Mexico policyCNSNews.com
Oct 12 2022
Mayorkas knew border agents did not whip migrants before repeating false claims, emails show
Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas was told last year that there was no evidence Border Patrol agents had “whipped” or “strapped” Haitian migrants at the US-Mexico border — hours before he bolstered President Biden’s lies about the incident at a press conference.
A Sept. 24, 2021 email to Mayorkas from Marsha Espinosa, assistant secretary of DHS public affairs, highlightedNew York Post (News)
Jan 11 2023
Texas lawmaker torches DHS Secretary Mayorkas, lists impeachable offenses: 'He perjured himself'
Fallon joined "America Reports" Wednesday to discuss why he believes Mayorkas has engaged in behavior "incompatible" with the duties of "an officer of the United States." MAYORKAS SAYS HE WILL NOT RESIGN OVER BORDER CRISIS, INSISTS HE IS PREPARED FOR GOP INVESTIGATIONS The articles of impeachment against Mayorkas for "high crimes and misdemeanors," known as , were introduced by Fallon in theFox News (Online News)
May 31 2023
US Border Patrol chief to retire at end of June
US Border Patrol Chief Raul Ortiz is retiring at the end of June after more than three decades with the agency.
“After a 32-year Border Patrol career spanning multiple Sectors, HQ tours, and overseas assignments in Afghanistan, I have decided to retire from federal service on June 30th,” Ortiz wrote in a letter to Border Patrol employees.
“I leave at ease, knowing we have aCNN (Online News)
Mar 21 2021
Mayorkas blames migrant surge on Trump admin, not Biden policies
Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas has claimed that the number of people looking to enter the U.S. at the sourthern border could be the highest in 20 years, but in an interview with "Fox News Sunday" he claimed that this is because of the Trump administration's actions, not policy changes that took place in the early days of President Biden's administration.
Biden hasFox News (Online News)
Aug 31 2021
Mayorkas called border crisis 'unsustainable,’ but swift response is lacking
Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas may have called the level of illegal immigration at the U.S.-Mexico border "unsustainable," but he is not taking immediate action to respond to the crisis, according to immigration experts.
In a surprising admission, the Biden administration’s top border official admitted earlier this month in private talks that “if our borders are theWashington Examiner
May 18 2022
Ex-ICE officials push back on Mayorkas claim that illegal immigrants will be deported ‘promptly’
Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas has repeatedly claimed that illegal immigrants whose asylum claims fail will be removed "promptly" from the United States – but former Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials are pushing back, saying that there is little chance of that happening given the mass release of illegal immigrants into the U.S. and the current policies of theFox News (Online News)
May 15 2023
Mexican border crossings are down 50% since Title 42 expiration, homeland security chief says
U.S. border patrol agents have seen a 50% drop in the number of migrants crossing the border since the pandemic-era immigration policy known as Title 42 expired at midnight on Thursday, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said on CNN's "State of the Union" program on Sunday.
"Over the past two days, the United States Border Patrol has experienced a 50% drop in the number ofReuters
Oct 24 2022
These 6 GOP Senators Who Voted to Confirm Mayorkas Won’t Condemn Him After Revelation in False ‘Whipping’ Charge
The six Senate Republicans who voted to confirm Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas declined to criticize him after the revelation that he knew Border Patrol agents didn’t “whip” Haitian migrants before he publicly spoke as if they did.
Other members of Congress, however, are calling for Mayorkas to resign or be impeached after an explosive email was unearthed by The HeritageThe Daily Signal
Mar 16 2021
Mayorkas: Southern Border Crossings On Pace To Hit 20-Year High
Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said Tuesday that the number of migrants apprehended at the United States’ southern border is on track to hit a two-decade high.
“We are on pace to encounter more individuals on the southwest border than we have in the last 20 years,” Mayorkas said in a statement. “We are expelling most single adults and families. We are not expellingThe Daily Caller