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Mayorkas won’t name 1 domestic terror, White supremacy circumstance referred to DOJ


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Secretary of Homeland Stability Alejandro Mayorkas on Thursday failed to title a scenario of domestic terrorism that his division has referred to the Section of Justice.

Rep. Greg Steube, R-Fla., pressed Mayorkas for facts on any referrals he has manufactured to the DOJ on the grounds of domestic terrorism. Mayorkas did not present the facts, expressing he would provide it following the listening to.

“Congressman, I will supply you with that info subsequent to this hearing,” Mayorkas replied to Steube. “I do not have that statistic. I will deliver the knowledge to you.”

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The pair continued to clash on the matter, with Steube interrupting Mayorkas to need he title 1 these types of scenario off the leading of his head. Mayorkas ongoing to drop to response.

DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas testifies during an April 2022 House hearing;

DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas testifies during an April 2022 Residence hearing
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Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas faced questions from Rep. Greg Steube, F-Fla., during a hearing April 28, 2022.

Homeland Stability Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas confronted inquiries from Rep. Greg Steube, F-Fla., for the duration of a listening to April 28, 2022.
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“Even with proclaiming domestic terrorism is the #1 threat to the homeland, [Secretary Mayorkas] cannot name a solitary scenario that he referred from DHS to DOJ for white supremacy or domestic terrorism,” Rep. Greg Steube later stated of his trade with Mayorkas.

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Mayorkas testified right before the Residence Judiciary Committee on Thursday, wherever he was expected to deal with difficult questioning about the Biden administration’s prepare to carry Title 42, a Trump-era general public wellness get that has been used to expel a bulk of migrants at the border through the COVID-19 pandemic.

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