Twitter | Search | |
House Homeland Security Committee
We oversee , , , , , and more. Chairman (D-MS).
4,275
Tweets
2,095
Following
29,436
Followers
Tweets
House Homeland Security Committee Sep 13
The Trump administration is trying to force to live in fear by threatening their legal status. Don’t let them. Two federal court injunctions hold in effect. If you’re a DACA recipient eligible for renewal, please update your status today⬇️
Reply Retweet Like
House Homeland Security Committee Sep 13
Congressional oversight is not optional - its part of our Constitution. The American people expect nothing less.
Reply Retweet Like
House Homeland Security Committee Sep 13
We knew Trump's wall won't secure the border. Now we know it will make the country less secure.
Reply Retweet Like
House Homeland Security Committee Sep 12
The House has already passed election security legislation. We need Mitch McConnell to do his part and allow election security legislation to pass through the Senate. Do your job. The integrity of our democracy is at stake.
Reply Retweet Like
House Homeland Security Committee retweeted
Rep Cedric Richmond Sep 11
Today, Chairman and I sent a letter to ICE regarding Mr. Leal’s status. We requested an urgent review of his case to consider immediate deferred action.
Reply Retweet Like
House Homeland Security Committee Sep 12
We are appalled by the Supreme Court's decision to side with the Trump administration's xenophobic agenda. This is a direct attack on migrants coming through the border seeking asylum from violence and persecution.
Reply Retweet Like
House Homeland Security Committee retweeted
Nancy Pelosi Sep 12
. said Mexico would pay for his ineffective, wasteful wall. Instead, military families are paying the price.
Reply Retweet Like
House Homeland Security Committee Sep 12
The Trump administration continues to turn its back on those most in need.
Reply Retweet Like
House Homeland Security Committee Sep 11
WATCH: Chairman discusses the eighteenth anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. We honor the lives that were lost and renew our commitment to be vigilant in the face of terrorism. We will never forget.
Reply Retweet Like
House Homeland Security Committee Sep 11
Eighteen years ago, our country was forever changed in the face of terror and hate. Today, we remember the lives that were lost and recognize the bravery of the first responders who gave their lives in the hope of saving others. We will never forget.
Reply Retweet Like
House Homeland Security Committee Sep 11
Read Chairman 's statement on the eighteenth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terror attacks:
Reply Retweet Like
House Homeland Security Committee Sep 10
This really isn't hard. This isn't a partisan issue either. It's a matter of protecting our election systems from foreign interference (again).
Reply Retweet Like
House Homeland Security Committee Sep 10
📺 WATCH LIVE: Chairman has gaveled in the full committee hearing to examine terrorist threats that put the safety of our homeland at risk. Tune in below.
Reply Retweet Like
House Homeland Security Committee Sep 9
You are turning away people who are seeking refuge after Hurricane Dorian devastated their homes and communities.
Reply Retweet Like
House Homeland Security Committee Sep 9
Good news. Those facing violence and fear for their lives must be able to apply for asylum. Full stop.
Reply Retweet Like
House Homeland Security Committee Sep 9
Trump's wall fantasy was never going to secure the border. Now its taking $ from troops and is going to make the country less safe. Pure politics.
Reply Retweet Like
House Homeland Security Committee Sep 9
The Trump administration continues to show cruelty to those most in need of help and refuge.
Reply Retweet Like
House Homeland Security Committee retweeted
Hispanic Caucus Sep 9
Absolutely not, . Prisons and detention facilities are no place for children to live. They’re no place for vulnerable asylum seekers and families who need our help.
Reply Retweet Like
House Homeland Security Committee retweeted
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz Sep 7
Here’s how federal budgeting is supposed to work: the military requests the resources needed to keep America safe, and then Congress approves funds. But now, is trying to steal billions of $$$ to pay for his xenophobic border wall. I’m not going to stand for it.
Reply Retweet Like
House Homeland Security Committee Sep 6
We are running out of time to pass election security legislation that will protect our election systems for 2020. The integrity of our democracy is at stake.
Reply Retweet Like