He KILLED Migrants?! BOMBSHELL Accusation!

Rep. Mark Green (R-TN), a leading figure in the GOP’s impeachment efforts against President Joe Biden’s administration, has leveled serious accusations against Alejandro Mayorkas, the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security. In a presentation of the impeachment articles, Green characterized Mayorkas as a proponent of illegal migration and held him responsible for policies that, he claims, have resulted in the deaths of thousands of South American migrants and enriched Mexican cartels.

According to Green, under Mayorkas’s direction, there has been a significant increase in migrants crossing the Southwest border due to policies like the mass release of detained immigrants and the extensive use of categorical parole. This increase in crossings has correlated with a sharp rise in the number of migrant deaths. The UN’s International Organization for Migration (IOM) reports that deaths have nearly quadrupled since Mayorkas took office, with around 4,000 deaths recorded among crossers since 2021—a figure that has sparked considerable concern.

The impeachment articles presented by Green assert that Mayorkas’s policies have inadvertently supported the operations of Mexico’s drug cartels and human trafficking networks. Under his tenure, the estimated financial gains of these criminal organizations have reportedly surged from $500 million in 2018 to $13 billion by 2022. These groups allegedly exploit migrants, coercing them into labor trafficking, and benefit from the production and sale of fraudulent identification documents used by underage workers in the U.S.

Additionally, the impeachment claim highlights the issue of fentanyl trafficking, pointing to an annual death toll of nearly 70,000 young Americans due to the drug. Despite these figures, the Biden administration, according to the impeachment proponents, has not adequately addressed the continuous flow of fentanyl from Mexico.

This push for impeachment and the allegations against Mayorkas have not seen widespread support, with Democrats uniformly voting to quash the impeachment trial, and the mainstream media has been accused of downplaying the evidence and the severity of the migrant crisis linked to these policies.