Senator Marshall Joins Evening Edit, A Vote Against Mayorkas Impeachment Trial is A Vote to Keep the Border Open.

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Roger Marshall, M.D. joinedEvening Edit on Fox Business to discuss the anticipation of the U.S. House delivering the Articles of Impeachment for Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Mayorkas to the Senate tomorrow. 

You may click HERE or on the image above to watch Senator Marshall’s full interview.

Highlights from Senator Marshall’s interview include:

On the Mayorkas Impeachment Articles being delivered to the Senate tomorrow:

“Tomorrow at 2:15[PM] we’ll get the Articles of Impeachment. But for the first time in American history, we’re not going to have an impeachment trial. At least that’s the goal of Chuck Schumer – having 11 million people cross the border illegally, an invasion, if you will, the death of 250,000 Americans from fentanyl poisoning.”

“This topic is so toxic that they don’t want to have a trial. So he’s [Schumer] planning on tabling it. But Americans get that- they realize that a vote to not have this trial is a vote to keep the border open. It’s a vote to tell Laken Riley’s family that we don’t care. It’s a vote to tell those 250,000 Americans, families that have lost a loved one that we don’t care.”

“So that’s why we’re gonna do everything we can to flip two or three Senate Democrats, that’s all it’ll take. If we can get two or three Senate Democrats to vote to have the trial to have the hearing, then we’ll have it but if everyone of the Democrats line up and vote against it, then Chuck Schumer will table it. But either way, we’re going to hold those folks accountable this November.”