National Border Patrol Council president Brandon Judd said on Sen. Marsha Blackburn’s (R-TN) Unmuted with Marsha podcast that DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas committed an “impeachable offense” by lying about an incident in which border patrol agents were accused of whipping Haitian migrants.
Discussing the recent news that open-borders fanatic Mayorkas knew that reports of the iconic photo showing a Border Patrol agent “whipping” a Haitian migrant were false but ran with this information anyway, the Tennessee conservative asked Judd how this revelation made him and other border patrol agents feel.
“There’s nothing that will get my blood boiling more than this story,” Judd replied. “This was the biggest illegal immigration event in the history of the United States, there were thousands, in this particular time, there were ten thousand people that were camped out under a bridge in the United States. It literally looked like a warzone.”
Judd noted that the photographer who took the picture even stated that not one border patrol officer whipped a migrant.
“The day that he [Mayorkas] got the initial report, he actually backed the agents up, but then you had President Biden come out [with] his rhetoric and accuse these agents of a criminal act of strapping these people, which would have been a felony,” he said.
“The problem is when you lie to the American public you should be held accountable. He was Senate-confirmed and because he lied to the American public I believe he perjured himself. I personally believe that’s an impeachable offense.”