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U.S. Representative Paul Gosar, D.D.S. (AZ-09) issued the following statement in response to the Biden administration’s decision to escalate our involvement in a war with Russia and send 31 M1 Abrams tanks to Ukraine.

“Joe Biden’s decision to send American tanks to Ukraine brings us one step closer to dragging America directly into a massive, global war.  This is a dangerous and reckless escalation matched by a historic escalation by Germany, which has now violated its post-World War II policy of non-intervention.

Not too long again Biden stated that “the idea that we’re going to send in offensive equipment and have planes and tanks and trains with American pilots and American crews just understand no matter what you say, that is called World War III.”

By his own admission and, with this latest decision, by his very actions, World War III is more and more possible each passing day thanks to Joe Biden.

America should not send any tanks to Ukraine, or any war material at all, or help to prolong a needless war and adding to the body count.   We need peace between Ukraine and Russia, not more American equipment and tanks.  This war needs to be resolved and America should be a peace maker, not a war monger.

We just ended a 20-year war with Afghanistan and suffered another stunning and humiliating loss there.   Biden’s war making ability is negligible and his silly war mongering endangers millions of Ukrainians, Russians and now potentially other Europeans and Americans,” concluded Congressman Gosar.


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