Liz Warren’s big agenda item for conning people into voting for her in 2020 (besides reparations) is pushing the elimination of student loan debt. In essence, Liz’s platform is all about the many ways she can buy peoples’ votes.
Student loan debt is crushing millions of families. That’s why I’m calling for something truly transformational: Universal free college and the cancellation of debt for more than 95% of Americans with student loan debt. Read all about it here: https://t.co/IG9J5CiNb7
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) April 22, 2019
There’s just one big problem with her ‘plan’. Ok, so there are several problems with this hot mess BUT the biggest problem of all is who this policy would actually help. Rep. Dan Crenshaw was more than happy to lay it out for Liz in case, you know, she missed it.
Loan forgiveness for people making up to $250k?
This plan effectively asks all Americans, many of whom never got a degree, to give their tax dollars to people who CHOSE to take out a student loan so that they COULD get a job paying $250k a year.
Terribly clumsy & unfair policy. https://t.co/QEBslfT1Xa
— Rep. Dan Crenshaw (@RepDanCrenshaw) April 23, 2019
Elitism promoted and facilitated by the government.
It’s the Democrats’ way.
In her article she says K-12 is free to everyone. If that’s true then why am I always having people come to my door with fundraisers?!
— Matt Dawson (@SaintRPh) April 23, 2019
And technically it AIN’T free. Where does she think funding for public schools comes from? The magical money tree?
And what about us that have replayed our student loans? We’re having to pay for those that haven’t. It’s a joke.
— Marshall Taylor (@MarshallTMusic) April 24, 2019
It’s sort of like immigrants who came to this country legally, right? Those who have repaid their student loans put in the work, they followed the rules and now Liz wants the government to look the other way for those who have NOT repaid their debt so she can buy their votes. Granted, deep down she knows Republicans will never let this fly and then she could just blame them when student debt doesn’t go away.
Looking at this policy, it seems Liz only cares about helping the WEALTHY.
Ain’t that a kick in the head?