Senate Dems Might Seek to Dismiss or Table Mayorkas Charges

Senate Majority leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) has not said anything about how his chamber will deal with the impeachment of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. However, multiple media outlets report that Democrats intend to dismiss the charges quickly before any trial begins.

The Democrats have a number of options to speed up a trial. They can either dismiss the charges or file them. This only requires a simple majority.

The Washington Examiner reported that Senate Republicans convinced House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.) to delay the delivery of articles of impeachment until Monday in order to buy time and pressure Democrats into holding a trial. The articles were originally scheduled to be delivered on Wednesday.

Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.), the chamber’s no. The Senate’s No. 3 Democrat said that the Senate majority will treat Mayorkas impeachment with “the seriousness it deserves.”

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“It is completely political.” Politico reported that she had said “It’s not serious.” We will do everything we need to do and work with Republicans so that we can get rid of this as quickly as possible. We’ll watch how things go. We will do whatever is legal, necessary, and appropriate. “And dispose of it as quickly as possible.”

Mayorkas becomes the 22nd official to be impeached, and the second member of the Cabinet. The House approved the impeachment of Mayorkas for his handling of crisis at southern border.

In all cases of impeachment, except one, the Senate has conducted a trial. Abraham Lincoln appointed Mark Delahay, a U.S. district court judge from Kansas, to the U.S. Court of Appeals in 1873. He was impeached for being drunk on the bench. Delahay resigned from his position before the House had drafted articles of impeachment. Therefore, no trial took place.

The Senate has never before in its history brought an impeachment. In a press release, Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.) said that the Senate had never brought an impeachment. In the 200 years since this body was founded, the House of Representatives impeached a public official 21 times. We have never filed an impeachment. Not one time.

“Sen. Schumer could also dismiss these charges rather than submitting them. But that has never been done either.” It will be the very first time that the Senate has ever dismissed impeachment proceedings against an official without having to go through a trial.

Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Alabama) has also called on Schumer to conduct a “fair and full” impeachment hearing.

Tuberville stated in a Newsmax news release that “Secretary Mayorkas intentionally failed to secure our border in the three-year period since his inauguration.” “I will vote to hold Secretary Mayorkas responsible. I expect Senate Democrats to try and table the articles for impeachment, and sweep Biden’s border bloodbath beneath the rug.

“Every Democrat from the House has already voted in favor of saving Mayorkas’s job, thereby approving the crisis at border.” How many Americans must die before the Democratic Party begins to take seriously the drug traffickers, terrorists, murderers and human traffickers who are flooding the border?

Newsmax contacted Schumer to get a comment.