House Speaker Rep Mike Johson (R-LA) suffered embarrassing blows after House Republicans voted with their Democrat counterpart to tank two bills he had championed.

Johnson on Tuesday introduced a stand-alone bill to the House that will see Israel receive $17 billion. The bill suffered a resounding defeat when 250 lawmakers, including House Republicans, voted against it.

The Speaker’s other failure, and perhaps the most surprising, came after four House Republicans voted with their Democrat counterpart to tank Homeland Security Sec. Alejandro Mayorkas’s impeachment.

Mayorkas’ impeachment was supposed to be a unifier for the GOP, but four House Republicans, including Reps. Ken Buck (R-CO), Tom McClintock (R-CA), Mike Gallagher (R-WI) and Blake Moore (R-UT) voted against impeaching the Homeland chief.

Several Republicans reacted to the News with fury, with former Rep. George Santos (R-NY) calling the four GOP lawmakers idiots.

“We are stuck with Mayorkas thanks to the insipid idiots in Congress in the GOP,” former Republican Rep. George Santos of New York said in a video posted on X, where he went after his former colleagues who voted to expel him from Congress. “Way to go!”

Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) described the four lawmakers’ vote as a resounding betrayal of the American people

“Mayorkas impeachment COLLAPSES 214-216,” Mace posted on X. “A resounding betrayal of the American people. As one of 435, we stood firm, voting for impeachment. Now, members are ON THE RECORD, shamefully choosing to snub the will of the people.”

House Homeland Security Chair Rep. Mark Green (R-TN) said he expects Mayorkas’ impeachment to be brought back to the House, noting that Tuesday’s failure was only a delay.

“It’s a delay is all this is,” Greene said.

Chairman of the House Oversight Committee Rep. James Comer (R-KY) did not give any comments on the vote, noting that he has not had time to think about it.

Speaker Johnson is expected to bring the impeachment resolution to the floor again.