Stephen Miller discusses possible first article of impeachment for Biden, but would wavering GOP act?

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Political advisor and former White House director of speechwriting during the Trump administration, Stephen Miller, appeared on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures” with Maria Bartiromo and put forth what he thinks the first article of impeachment could be for President Biden, if and when Republicans take control of the House in 2022.

First, he said, Biden’s violation of a court order that demands he adhere to Trump’s “Remain in Mexico” policy at the U.S. southern border could be one of the more obvious policy decisions that warrant impeachment.

Bartiromo noted that the crisis of influx at the southern border extends beyond just the state of Texas, with the state of Arizona also suffering huge consequences at the hands of Left-wing leadership.

Miller remarked, “Well, I’m in close touch with a number of my former colleagues in the Department of Homeland Security, who have been sounding the alarm for months now. The situation in Yuma, Arizona, is completely out of control.”

“Yuma, Arizona is under siege. Remember, the population of Arizona is a fraction of the population of Texas, about seven million in Arizona, compared to Texas, 30 million. So this is bombarding an extremely small state, compared to the size of Texas.”

He added, “So they’re totally, completely overwhelmed. And there’s two people, two people in this country responsible for this crisis. And that is Senator Mark Kelly and Senator Kyrsten Sinema.”

Miller went on to explain how a 50/50 split in the Senate should be handled. He suggested that if the two senators actually want to achieve something for their state, they need to give the Biden regime an ultimatum by saying they will vote “no” on anything and everything until Biden ends the disgraceful catch-and-release policy for illegal immigrants.

The host responded, “I mean, to be fair, this morning, just this morning, we have statements from Kyrsten Sinema and from Mark Kelly saying that they are going to be watching the developments, that they have asked the administration to get ahold and get some immigration policy in place.”

That prompted Miller to react, saying, “Look, I have been doing this for many years. Those statements mean literally nothing, zero.”

He added that unless Biden terminates catch-and-release and implements “detain-and-deport,” any posturing from the executive branch and those in Congress is meaningless.

The two further discussed that 600,000 illegal immigrants are considered “got-aways,” though that figure represents only the known got-aways, with Miller suggesting that the number of unknowns could be “unimaginably large.”

Incredibly, and according to Bartiromo, the United States has sent a whopping two people back to Mexico under Trump’s plan which the Biden regime was court-ordered to follow.

Republicans, for their part, can’t necessarily be counted on even when they have majority power.

“The Senate leadership has made a series of inexplicable decisions. I will key in on one right now. Not once, but twice, twice, they gave the tranche of votes that Biden needed to get funding for his open-ended Afghan resettlement program,” Miller said, incredulous, adding “This is unthinkable.”

“Why wouldn’t you say, we’re going to block any government funding bill that has open borders immigration writers on it?” he asked. “If the tables were turned, right, and it was a Republican in the White House, and he wanted a pro-security measure attached to a funding bill, Democrats would block it.”

Miller concluded, “And here’s the bottom line. When Republicans take the majority, they need to have an agenda for accountability. They need to have an agenda for fighting crime. They need to have an agenda for fighting open borders. They need to have an agenda for fighting big tech.”

“They need to have an agenda for holding this administration accountable and for issuing subpoenas to ensure that that happens,” he contended. “And if they do, they will go down in history as the greatest Republican majority we have ever had.”

Former President Trump was impeached twice for arguably far less than what abuses of power Biden has effectuated in a little under a year, to say nothing of the deadly surrender to the Taliban in Afghanistan after 20 years of expending American blood and sacrifice.


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