Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen is set to testify as a witness in the impeachment proceedings against Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. The U.S. House of Representatives’ Committee on Homeland Security will conduct a hearing on Wednesday, January 10, titled “Havoc in the Heartland: Assessing the Impact of Secretary Mayorkas’ Failed Leadership on the States.” The hearing aims to examine the consequences of Secretary Mayorkas’ ineffective leadership and his reluctance to enforce congressional laws across the nation.
“The southern border presents a difficult challenge for any administration. But Secretary Mayorkas and the Biden administration have poured gasoline on the fire. He has violated his oath to defend the homeland and uphold the Constitution by repeatedly disregarding the laws passed by Congress,” Attorney General Knudsen said in a statement released by his office . “The American people see the devastation metastasizing in our communities from drugs and human trafficking. I will continue to do everything I can as Attorney General to protect Montana communities and hold federal officials accountable for their failed leadership.”
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