Cong. Pfluger Grills  Sect. Mayorkas About 'The Border Is Secure' Comments at House Hearing


"There has been a complete dereliction of duty in the Biden Administration's Department of Homeland Security since day one."

By Cong. August Pfluger


Texas Insider Report WASHINGTON, D.C.  In a House Homeland Security Committee hearing earlier this week, I grilled Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas about our porous southern border. There has been a complete dereliction of duty in the Biden Administration's Department of Homeland Security since day one.
 
As I pressed him about the safety of our homeland and the security of our border, Secretary Mayorkas had no explanation for the number of illegal migrants – including Known & Suspected Terrorists (KSTs), crossing our border, or how the Biden White House plans to stop them and protect Americans.

Secretary Mayorkas told the Homeland Security Committee, once again, that the border is "secure."

With record numbers of illegal crossings, KSTs, and life-ending drugs streaming across our border, the facts confirm what Americans can see with their own eyes: the crisis is worse than ever.
  We must enforce real border protection by:
 
  • Fully funding effective border enforcement measures, infrastructure and technology,
  • Ending catch-and-release loopholes, and
  • Eliminating pull factors that are encouraging illegal immigration to our borders.
Biden's refusal to enforce consequences for illegal activity at border has created nothing but chaos. We must return to law & order.

Serving his first term in the U.S. House of Representatives, Congressman August Pfluger represents a total of 29 Counties in Texas’ 11th Congressional District – including the cities of San Angelo, Llano, Brownwood, Granbury, Midland, Odessa, and much of the Permian Basin... the top Oil & Gas Producing Region in America.

















 
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