Embattled Director of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas agrees there is a border crisis. He just believes that insufficient numbers of illegals are entering the country. The real crisis is a “labor need” which he seems to have made it his job to address.
This nut job is unbelievable. He needs to be removed and jailed immediately. Mayorkas: ‘We Need More Migrants’https://t.co/gu81Ulu38I
— Scott Campbell (@scottcsearch) February 5, 2024
In an interview with the New York Times, he spoke as an advocate for illegals and not the American people whose resources they continue to consume at an ever-increasing rate.
Businesses need more illegals in large numbers to fill American jobs, Mayorkas claims. He repeats the mantra of the need for “lawful pathways” into the United States, claiming that immigrants should find jobs in America and “send the remittances back home.” When their “work is done” they then return home. He offered no explanation of when their work would be “done.”
What he appears to be saying is that illegals should come to the United States in large numbers, take American jobs, and then send their income out of the country — and out of the American economy. Furthermore, there are currently not enough migrants doing this.
Many Illegals do enter the United States for jobs — but their bosses are often gangs and cartels. They deal in Fentanyl and human trafficking. Some 400,000 criminals have immigrated illegally into the United States. Nearly six million illegals have entered the United States and remain there on Mayorkas’ watch.
Perhaps Secretary Mayorkas does not believe anyone is paying attention to this stark admission of his true goals. He may also think few Americans possess sufficient critical thinking skills to be shocked.
As Secretary of Homeland Security, his job is to secure the border — not open it. His job is to keep people out — not let them in. He heads a law enforcement organization — not a social service or charity department. He is responsible for — wait for it — Securing the Homeland, not helping to meet “labor needs.”
Mayorkas’ view is a very globalist perspective, one shared by his border security counterpart in the European Union, who has also frustrated EU residents with open border policies.
For this nonsense, Mayorkas is currently facing impeachment proceedings from the GOP-controlled House of Representatives. The full House will vote this week on two articles of impeachment, which accuse Mayorkas of “willful and systemic refusal to comply with the law” and “breach of public trust.” He would be the first cabinet secretary to face impeachment in nearly 150 years.