Forget about Biden’s pledge to cancel student loans; it is just another way for the discredited president to be attacked before the upcoming and eagerly awaited mid-term elections. The courts, however, have different ideas for what appears to be a sizable Democrat fraud.
“The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit on Friday ordered the administration not to begin processing any student loan debt forgiveness applications after millions of people applied,” according to Carmine Sabia, who also added:
“The lawsuit was brought by six conservative states, and the judge has agreed to expedite the case.”
Take into account who is pushing the myth of loan forgiveness:
It's easier than ever to apply for total student loan forgiveness under the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program.
But you must apply before October 31, 2022.
Please pass it on! https://t.co/eF5BrE4Lkr
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) October 21, 2022
Great news: Thanks to @POTUS, the application for federal student loan debt relief is now available, and millions of working-and middle-class folks are eligible.
Take a few minutes to apply today: https://t.co/2MRIeAYgP3
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) October 18, 2022
Could the preemptive victory lap have been an email collection scheme? or merely propaganda? It is unclear why the Democrats hurried to submit an application for loans while they were aware that the case was being postponed by the courts, not to mention the mess this causes financially:
The Student Loan Debt Relief application is open!
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) October 17, 2022
I recently announced my Administration’s plan to relieve up to $20,000 in student loan debt if you received a Pell Grant and up to $10,000 if you didn’t.
Today, I’m announcing how working- and middle-class folks can apply for that relief.
Go to https://t.co/WFCPfWoLhi.
— President Biden (@POTUS) October 17, 2022
According to Conservative Brief:
“We are pleased the temporary stay has been granted,” Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson said. “It’s very important that the legal issues involving presidential power be analyzed by the court before transferring over $400 billion in debt to American taxpayers.”
The ruling came a day after George W. Bush appointee and U.S. District Judge Henry E. Autrey dismissed the states’ complaint for lack of standing. A related plea to suspend the program made by the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty, acting on behalf of a taxpayer’s group, was turned down earlier on Thursday by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett.
Recall the summer when the utopia was established:
Karine Jean-Pierre absurdly claims Biden's student loan debt bailout "gives relief to 90% of Americans that are making less than $75,000/year."
That just isn't true. pic.twitter.com/KQw5nQQKWd
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) August 26, 2022
The administration encourages qualified debtors to continue seeking for debt relief despite the appellate court’s ruling, according to a statement from White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre. Additionally, she noted, it does not stop the Education Department from considering applications.
According to her, “The order does not reverse the trial court’s dismissal of the case, or suggest that the case has merit. We will continue to move full speed ahead in our preparations in compliance with this order.”
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
“Tens of millions of Americans have already rushed to apply for debt cancellation, an indication that borrowers are struggling, anxious and eager to see this burden lifted,” Natalia Abrams, founder of the Student Debt Crisis Center, said. “The President’s student debt cancellation plan is a bold solution to these challenges and frivolous lawsuits will not stand in the way.”
“Conservative Justice Amy Coney Barrett rejected the motion from a Wisconsin group without offering an explanation. The Brown County Taxpayers Association filed the motion Wednesday, asking the court to immediately pause the loan relief program while it moves forward with litigation against the Biden Administration,” Forbes reported. CONTINUE READING…