TY JENSEN for UTAH Republican,Ty Jensen,U.S. Senate,Utah Where I stand on Ukraine and Global Matters

Where I stand on Ukraine and Global Matters

First of let me state that I am not in favor of war, not even a proxy monetary war that does not benefit the united states or our citizens. At this time we¬† need to make sure the American people come first and foremost to help our citizens. We need peace through strength! This may sound like I’m a nationalist then fine, but I am no globalist outside goods in fair trade agreements and tariffs that benefit us here at home. The DC Uni-Party and integrated deep state with the military industrial complex want war, however the American citizens aka taxpayers want again peace though strength and not the killing of genocidal warmongers like Obama, Biden, and both Bush’s! This is where Presidents like Reagan and Trump succeeded with peace talks and peace treaties, plus cease fires. I for one will never vote yea on war efforts unless we are provoked like September 11th, 2001, or Pearl Harbor.

Secondly I don’t support Russia, Ukraine, North Korea, or the CCP Chinese Communist Party. They are ruled by oligarchs with dictatorship regimes under authoritarian rule that hurts it’s own people in the name of power, pride, and money! The everyday human beings in those nations look to us as the answer with our liberties and laws that are citizen first friendly and a platform for individual needs and wants in success and freedom. Most will die to just support our way of life and they all wish to be like the United States but sadly will never be.

The threat of nuclear and biological war however are very real and checks & balances must remain in place and strengthened with more treaties and harder tariffs on goods in a even two way trade. Biological war was already waged on the either earth with the “plandemic” and I do believe that uni-party members loved it in the sense to see how much control like other nations leaders how far they can push it’s citizens into lockstep top down government. I will make sure that never happens again, and will vote to sanction those members from hurting our citizens that feel the economic, social, and financial burdens to the people. Securing our borders is an absolute must and it’s not just finishing the southern border wall, but also strengthening our service members and border agents on the southern and northern border plus our two oceanic fronts as well as the gulf coast in the south. In this nation we worship God, not government!

4 thoughts on “Where I stand on Ukraine and Global Matters”

  1. I very much agree with your insight into the global wars, I cannot figure out what good Vietnam which was my war or Iraq and Afghanistan ever accomplished besides killing American soldiers.
    PS where do you stand on the border and shutting down the government if need be to get our border and debt problems solved
    I’m checking out candidates for the second seat in Utah, a lot of my friends don’t have time and my family so I’m more or less the one that has to figure this out. Because I figure if I tell 10 friends and and ask them to do the same that I’m doing it could snowball anyway I’d like to receive your answers.

    1. Hey Edward, thank you for reaching out to me. So where I stand on the border is flat out just close it up for good until we can find a better system than what we have now. We see the invasion at the southern for for me it looks like an act of foreign interference that could and can lead to domestic/international terrorism in our communities due to the unvettered nature of these migrants that have not work cannot be properly processed. I agree with the remaining in Mexico policies from the Trump administration, and I do realize that immigration status needs to be faster at the ports of entry and those claims of actual asylum.

      With all the recent spending bills that have gave massive amounts of United States tax dollar funds that have ballooned our debt and deficit that it might be time to shut down the government because neither side of the aisle are willing to make cuts for the political establishment and all their pork in line I am spending that is forced into these minibus or omnibus bills that are thousands of pages and nobody reads. I was disappointed with the continuing resolution that passed this week especially where my opponent said yes, and to where myself would be like Sen. Lee and vote no!

  2. Would you have voted like Celest Malloy on the $1.2 trillion Omnibus Bill?

    Ron Anderson
    Bountiful

    1. Hi Rod, to answer your question in the most honest way, I would have absolutely voted NAY or NO! Why, is due to Speaker Johnson’s wave of the 72 hr rule for members to read, highlight, and amend it or cut spending in certain areas like special interests and international gifts to nations like Jordan. I want less government oversight into the American people, not more! I also apposed Celeste’s NDAA vote that allowed more spying on the American people threw the FBI, CIA, NSA, and so forth!

      This website and videos will all be updated this Saturday for a fresh look and I’ll be doing a Social Town Hall on Saturday as well!

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