House Republicans are wasting no time to get their agenda underway as they prepare to take control of the lower chamber, alerting at least 42 officials in the Biden administration that they will be expected to testify in a slew of GOP-led investigations early next year.
The congressman who would lead the most powerful investigative committee in the House if Republicans win the midterms is sending an unmistakable advance warning to the permanent federal bureaucracy: It's time to "get rid of some of these useless bureaucrats who are just a drain on the American taxpayer."
A group of Republican lawmakers are calling on the Biden administration to reassess the U.S. Coast Guard’s policy for “religious exemptions from the COVID-19 vaccination order,” which will likely force the involuntary discharge of a service member whom President Joe Biden thanked last month for his “heroic work.”
The Biden administration’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas was informed that the photographer who took pictures of horseback Border Patrol agents said that he and his colleagues didn’t see any migrants being whipped, according to emails obtained by Heritage Foundation.
Alejandro Mayorkas' failure to enforce immigration law and address the drug and human trafficking crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border is a "gross dereliction of duty and violation of" his oath of office and, if not corrected swiftly, could provide grounds for impeachment, Sens. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., and Ted Cruz, R-Texas, said Thursday in a letter to the Department of Homeland Security Secretary.