WITNESSES ADDED: House Homeland Holds Second Hearing in Mayorkas Impeachment Proceedings, Featuring Americans Impacted by the Secretary’s Border Crisis
January 16, 2024
WASHINGTON, D.C. — On Thursday, December 18, at 9:30 AM ET, the House Committee on Homeland Security, led by Chairman Mark E. Green, MD (R-TN), will hold a second hearing as a part of the historic impeachment proceedings against Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. This hearing will examine the consequences of Secretary Mayorkas’ intentional border crisis to Americans across the country, with testimony from those who have been impacted by his refusal to enforce the laws of the United States.
“The panel will hear from Tammy Nobles, who previously testified to Congress about the death of her 20-year-old daughter Kayla Hamilton. The suspect in Hamilton’s death, unnamed because they are a minor, is reportedly an undocumented immigrant who was previously arrested in El Salvador for being associated with the MS-13 gang.
“Cochise County Sheriff Mark Dannels — a 40-year veteran of law enforcement who has previously been appointed to several specialty assignments by Arizona governors — is also set to testify before the committee about his experiences trying to combat border-related issues.”
WHAT: A House Committee on Homeland Security hearing entitled, “Voices for the Victims: The Heartbreaking Reality of the Mayorkas Border Crisis.”
DATE: Thursday, January 18, 2024
TIME: 9:30 AM ET
LOCATION: 310 Cannon House Office Building
Sheriff, Cochise County, Arizona
Director, Program in Law and Public Policy and Charles and Marie Robertson Visiting Professor in Law and Public Affairs, Princeton University
Witness testimony will be added here.