Biden may still be chomping at the bit to use the “HEROES” Act for indebted snowflakes who are anything but, though a group of more sensible conservative senators has come up with a practical solution in the meantime, while awaiting to hear input from the Supreme Court.
Specifically, a group of GOP senators from the Health Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee developed a proposal designed to keep student debt from spiraling out of control again.
After all, it is important to recall that students, for the most part, have been able to borrow unlimited sums of money from a federal government that is all too invested in ensuring future generations of Americans remain utterly dependent on the government, much in the same way myriad uneducated welfare recipients are now.
So, the senators’ plan includes practical elements, such as caps on student loans, specifically with caps of $20,500 per year per student.
One of the senators on the committee, Senator Tommy Tuberville, called out the student loan crisis for exactly what it is: The government providing an unprecedented amount of financial support to highly suspect university institutions, especially as the same institutions are responsible for the slew of transgender militantism, critical race theory, and other unfortunate developments that have emerged in the last several years.
Then again, universities also pushed the study of eugenics in the early twentieth century, an ideology that was employed by Nazi Germany, though woke universities tend to gloss over that element of their past.
“The last 35 years have shown a government blank check to the universities has made problems worse. Unlimited government loans have done nothing to increase access to education. Today, we’re here to say enough is enough,” Tuberville remarked in disgust.
Enough is enough, indeed.
From rampant thievery of taxpayers to resolve the debts of fully indoctrinated Marxists to the universities continuously creating deliberately divisive propaganda.
Much of which is likely funded through Beijing-backed Confucius Institutes or other deceptive entities that are the equivalent of Confucius Institutes.
Senator Bill Cassidy, another backer of the proposal, chimed in with a dose of economic reality for the deliberately clueless taxpayers.
“You’re never going to know how expensive something is until you make it free,” Cassidy drawled.
Ain’t that the truth. Not that students with no intention of repaying their debts for ill-chosen degrees will care about that.
After all, it’s all about me, me, me and utterly anti-Baby Boomer sentiment … Until they need the Boomers’ hard-earned savings, of course.
“Biden’s scheme does nothing to drive the underlying cause of debt crisis …If this student debt load transfer goes into effect, students and taxpayers we will be back in the same situation in five years – total debt at that point will be $1.6. trillion dollars,” Cassidy added incredulously.
Alas, Biden’s schemes rarely have much, if anything, to do with real “root causes.”
Look how resolving “root causes” worked out for the border, after all.
While conservative senators are drafting up a viable proposal for addressing the root causes, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre remains the perennial propagandist, claiming that robbing American workers to pay off entitled students is “incredibly important” for families across the country.
“We’re going to leave it to the Department of Justice to continue protecting a plan that the president believes is incredibly important for American families,” Jean-Pierre obnoxiously proclaimed.
Why don’t you go back to violating the Hatch Act when shamelessly plugging an utterly corrupt individual for president?
Author: Ofelia Thornton