ICYMI: Senator Marshall Joins Lou Dobbs Tonight: We should fire Mayorkas right now. He broke his oath.
Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Roger Marshall, M.D. joined Lou Dobbs Tonight to discuss ongoing border security negotiations and Senator Marshall’s leadership on the Senate following his call for a vote of No Confidence in the Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.
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Highlights from Senator Marshall’s interview include:
On Senator Marshall’s No Confidence resolution against Secretary Mayorkas and impeachment proceedings in the House:
“Well, Lou, the only way to solve the problem now is to fire Secretary Mayorkas. And in 300 days, we need to fire Joe Biden. Again, Joe Biden wants this problem. They see this issue as an immigration issue. You and I see this as a national security issue.”
“We should fire Mayorkas right now. He broke his oath. He broke his law, he broke the laws and he did not enforce the law of the land either.”
“For the 1.7 million ‘gotaways’ he has let into this country, the 10 million in total [border encounters], we need to fire him for all those reasons. There’s no fixing Mayorkas, there’s no fixing Biden. Joe Biden wants this humanitarian crisis going on right now.
On Bidens Failure to Enforce the Law to Secure Our Borders:
“It is a catastrophe. This is a tsunami. The White House calls it ‘ebbs and flows.’ It’s an absolute humanitarian tsunami coming across the southern border… even the FBI Director saying everywhere he looks, he sees nothing but dangerous, blinking red lights.”
“James Lankford is leading negotiations to come up with some type of a border law that not even Joe Biden can break. And I do think he’s making some progress. But I don’t think that Joe Biden’s ever gonna give up the parole element.”
“Using parole, Joe Biden has forgiven 1.5 million people that crossed the border illegally and said, come on in. And because of this, to your point now, we have cartel satellites set up across Kansas, across every state in the nation. 300,000 people dying have died from fentanyl poisoning, human trafficking on the rise, violence from the drugs.”