Lee Drops Nuke on Biden, Mayorkas for Border Crisis

Lee Drops Nuke on Biden, Mayorkas for Border Crisis

Grayson Bakich
Grayson Bakich
January 19, 2024

In a hearing titled "Voices for the Victims," Representative Laurel Lee (R-FL) held nothing back in a fiery condemnation of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and his handling of the ongoing border crisis. She said Mayorkas "deliberately subverted the duly enacted laws of the United States of America," and "has defied inquiries from the United States Congress."

Rep. Lee did not stop there, excoriating House Democrats for calling the hearing "a political sham, calling it a political stunt, calling it theater. And they suggest that what we actually need to do is pass more laws."

She pointed out that multiple crimes illegal immigrants have committed, ranging from drug and human trafficking to rape and murder, are already illegal.

"We do not need more laws. We need a president of the United States and a Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security who enforce the laws of this country. But what do we have instead? An administration that has deliberately subverted the duly enacted laws of the United States of America, that have deliberately defied the orders of courts in the United States of America who have ordered and directed that they desist these unlawful policies," Rep. Lee continued.

The Florida Congresswoman did not let up, excoriating Mayorkas for never admitting in his 27 appearances before Congress that "We have lost operational control of our border, that we have ceded control of our border to the Mexican drug cartels or acknowledge the scope, scale, and crisis that our communities all across America face as a direct consequence of these lawless policies."

Lee then allowed for testimony from Tammy Nobles, mother of Kayla Nobles, a 20-year-old autistic woman raped and murdered by an MS-13 member who crossed the border in 2022. Like Lee, Mrs. Nobles did not mince words, accusing the Biden Administration of failing her daughter by not properly vetting the killer "and did not make that one phone call, one phone call [repeated for emphasis] that could have saved my baby's life."

"I know Americans commit crimes on other Americans, but why do we have to take other countries' trash? Why do we need them?" Mrs. Nobles concluded.

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Grayson Bakich

Grayson Bakich

Florida born and raised, Grayson Bakich is a recent recipient of a Master’s Degree in Political Science at the University of Central Florida. His thesis examined recent trends in political polarization and how this leads into justification of violence.

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