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INDIVISIBLE WITH JOHN STUBBINS: Eric Deters, Republican Candidate for Kentucky’s 4th District, Vows to Address Border Crisis and Economic Challenges



In a recent episode of “Indivisible with John Stubbins,” Eric Deters, a Republican candidate for Kentucky’s 4th District congressional seat, joined the show to discuss the nation’s pressing issues. Amidst a backdrop of turmoil spanning the border, military, schools, taxes, and inflation, Deters highlighted his campaign’s focus on resolving these critical matters.

Deters, known for his diverse background in law, media, and business, outlined his extensive experience, including radio hosting, legal advocacy, and entrepreneurship. With a bold stance aligning himself as a staunch supporter of former President Donald Trump, Deters criticized the incumbent, Thomas Massie, for his lack of tangible accomplishments during his dozen-year tenure.

Central to Deters’ platform is addressing the border crisis, which he views as a matter of national security. He expressed dismay over what he sees as the Biden administration’s failure to act decisively, labeling the situation as potential treason due to its impact on sovereignty and security. Deters warned of the risks posed by unchecked immigration, citing concerns over potential threats from hostile actors exploiting porous borders.

Furthermore, Deters emphasized everyday Americans’ economic challenges, particularly inflation and its far-reaching consequences. He criticized the Federal Reserve’s handling of monetary policy, arguing that supply chain disruptions exacerbated inflationary pressures. Deters underscored the need for comprehensive solutions to safeguard the economy and national security interests.

Throughout the interview, Deters echoed sentiments of frustration with what he perceives as a systemic failure of leadership, both domestically and internationally. He condemned what he views as deliberate efforts to undermine American interests, citing examples ranging from border security to foreign policy decisions.

Looking ahead to the upcoming primary on May 7th, Deters expressed gratitude for the opportunity to engage with voters and pledged to continue advocating for their interests. With endorsements from conservative voices like John Stubbins, Deters remains committed to his vision of restoring American values and prosperity.