Top Leadership at DHS Are Fleeing the Sinking Ship Over Biden’s Border Crimes
David Shahoulian, Assistant Secretary for Border and Immigration Policy at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), made an announcement that is sure to draw a lot of attention. He is finally ready to walk away from the Department of Homeland Security. If he was the only senior official who planned on leaving, we would not be batting an eye.
This is not the case, though. Secretary Mayorkas’ chief of staff’s resignation has also drawn a ton of attention, rightfully so. Why are all of these officials jumping ship at the moment? The excuses that they are giving do not make very much sense. You know that when someone steps away from a job to spend more time with their family, they are not telling you the whole story behind their departure.
This is the story that gets told when someone is being pushed out or they are being told that they will be fired immediately. It’s not something that gets said under any other circumstances. No one who is in the prime of their career ever walks away because of family. Shahoulian has senior level experience and he also played a key role on Biden’s transition team.
How could he be getting pushed out so fast? We would have to guess that there is going to be some major changes when it comes to staffing. In addition to the aforementioned changes, the head ICE prosecutor is also stepping away from their post. The lead DHS border policy official is waving goodbye as well.
The Department of Homeland Security is being run into the ground by Biden. The ship is sinking rapidly. Shahoulian is known to many as one of the more partisan Democrats. He served on the House Judiciary Committee during the Trump administration as well. Shahoulian sees the writing on the wall here. The border is an absolute mess. MSN has more about this ongoing drama:
“The departures of the two senior officials come as DHS is responding to a number of pressing issues in the U.S., including the large influx of migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border and the resettlement of thousands of Afghans that were evacuated in recent weeks.
President Biden last month directed DHS to serve as the lead agency overseeing the resettlement of vulnerable Afghans and allies from the country.
The agency established a Unified Coordination Group to manage the effort, which includes initial immigration processing, COVID-19 testing and subsequent isolation or quarantine if needed, and resettlement support for individuals who are not U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents.
The administration is expecting to welcome 65,000 Afghan refugees by the end of September, according to CNN. An additional 30,000 will likely follow in the next 12 months.
Those numbers, the network noted, mark a sizable increase from the previous number of monthly admissions, around 2,000.”
Secretary Mayorkas is not going to be able to run an efficient organization and no one should be hoping for him to take over. He’s had a disastrous tenure and we believe that he was only given the job because he checked certain boxes for the Biden administration. The Democratic party does not care about who the best person is for the job.
Identity politics is the name of the game for them. Biden appointees are out of their element here and we can all see it. Mayorkas served as director of United States Citizenship and Immigration Services and from there he became the deputy secretary of DHS. Biden, on the other hand, was not actually concerned with these achievements.
He wants to be able to hold up Mayorkas as the first immigrant from Latin America to make it to this level. He was given the chance to lead the DHS because of this, not because Biden actually cares. The border crisis is only getting worse and Biden is the man who is responsible. Abandon ship! She’s about to capsize, gentlemen.