State AG Asks Homeland Security To Change Its Name

( Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt recently called on Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas to change the name of the department to reflect its secrecy, and slammed the department for implementing radical policy changes that make the United States less safe.

In a letter obtained by The Daily Caller, Schmitt told Mayorkas that one year after his confirmation as director of the Department of Homeland Security, it is “beyond dispute that this administration had doggedly pursued a course of action that makes our country less safe and less secure.”

He offered a recent example of the department’s “willful disregard for the safety of the American people” as well as the integrity of the law, describing how a letter from subordinates at the Transportation Security Administration that literally admitted to illegal aliens being given free passage across checkpoints using arrest warrants as identification documents.

And if it sounds too crazy to be true, the evidence is available right here. The Daily Caller also obtained a letter from David Pekoske, the administrator of the TA, in which he admitted to Texas Republican congressman Lance Goodman that the TSA accepts warrants for arrests of aliens and warrants of removal and deportation as acceptable forms of identification for illegal aliens on the border.

These warrants are signed by officials from Immigration and Customs Enforcement and indicate that there is a good reason for the illegal alien to be removed from the country.

Instead of seeing these documents and arresting illegal aliens, however, the TSA is reportedly using them as ID and giving aliens free rein to cross checkpoints.

Other reports have also revealed how illegal aliens are being flown all over the United States with free tickets, in an effort to redistribute the inflow of illegal aliens from southern states.

There’s even footage that proves it, too. See:

Schmitt said in his letter that the statement from the TSA is an indication of one of the many failures of today’s immigration policies, and that the secretive nature of these policies prompts a name change.

He recommended the “Department of Homeland Secrecy.”

Read his full letter here.