Former Trump White House immigration adviser Stephen Miller says Joe Biden may be committing an “impeachable offense” by resettling large numbers of illegal immigrants in the country.

“Perhaps in the history of the world, in terms of the number of illegal border crossers being resettled into the interior of our country in violation of plain law,” Miller said.

“I would argue that the appropriate constitutional remedy is Article IV, Section 4, which says that the government clearly has the obligation to protect any state in this country against invasion and domestic violence. It does not say that that has to be in the form of a nation-state actor. In other words, the Constitution doesn’t say it has to be a state-led invasion. It’s any large-scale, unwelcome, uninvited entry into a country. That, or into a state,” Miller said.

“That would provide the constitutional predicate for exactly what you’re describing. I would also suggest it would provide the constitutional predicate for the Supreme Court, if they had the moral courage, to strike down this entire scheme, which is a blatant violation of our entire constitutional Republican form of government. Let’s be very clear. When Joe Biden put his hand on the Bible and swore an oath to take care of the laws we faithfully executed, to uphold, protect, and defend the Constitution, and to ensure a Republican form of government to every state, he has violated every single one of those commitments. I will also add this: If that’s not an impeachable offense, I can’t imagine what would be,” Miller added.

As the ongoing migrant crisis causes chaos in cities across the nation, an increasing number of Democrats have turned against President Biden over his policies at the southern border.

The president needs to take more action to stop the flow of immigrants into American cities, according to seven well-known liberal politicians and one independent official.

Massachusetts Democrat Gov. Maura Healey said last week that by declaring a state of emergency due to the migrant crisis in her state, her state has taken control while the federal government has been absent.

“Massachusetts has stepped up to address what sadly has been a federal crisis of inaction that is many years in the making,” she said in her letter to the feds

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With nearly 5,600 migrant families — more than 20,000 individuals — currently in state shelter, including children and pregnant women, Healey also demanded the Biden administration pay for the expenses.

A Chicago politico urged Biden to visit the city’s overrun migrant camps, which The Post listed as one of the top five U.S. migration hubs last week.

“I invite you to see firsthand what we are forced to do while waiting for [US Citizenship and Immigration Services] to take the steps necessary to move the needle on this crisis,” wrote Chicago Alderman Raymond Lopez in an open letter to the commander-in-chief last month.

“This facility, along with the 11 shelters offering semi-permanent housing to the migrants and asylum-seekers, are pushing our city to the brink unnecessarily because of the lax response from [Homeland Security] Secretary [Alejandro] Mayorkas and USCIS Director [Ur] Jaddou.”

“They were ignoring this crisis that’s been going since Joe Biden took office,” according to Republican National Congressional Committee spokeswoman Savannah Viar, who pushed back during a phone interview.

“In Joe Biden’s America, every state is a border state. Now that their backyards have become the border because this crisis has gotten so out of hand under the Democrats, they’re now acting like they always supported securing the border.”

While dealing with a humanitarian crisis that could end up costing taxpayers $12 billion, New York City Mayor Eric Adams has gone from saying he would welcome migrants with “open arms” a year ago to saying the federal government “turned its back” on the Big Apple.

“There is reason to hope that the plight of sanctuary mayors will put pressure on President Biden,” Eric Ruark, director of research at NumbersUSA, told The Post.

“When a Republican speaks out, whether a mayor or a member of Congress, the response from the Biden administration usually is, ‘They don’t understand what’s going on,’ or ‘They’re against immigration reform.’”

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