MSNBC may be outraged that not all Democrats are thrilled with Biden’s shameless vote buying (not to mention shameless disregard of checks and balances), but clearly a Clinton advisor not paid to stump for Biden is not.
On the contrary, former Clinton administration adviser Paul Begala recently made his views regarding Biden’s shameless vote buying abundantly clear during an appearance on CNN’s “State of the Union.”
Begala commented specifically on the fact that the White House decided it’s a good idea to write a blanket check for $10,000+ to individuals, without any accountability whatsoever demanded of greedy university administrators that play a huge role in making education so expensive in the first place.
Which means they will likely only get more expensive, knowing that the federal government will come along to bail out their excesses.
In exchange, universities will contribute through wonderful theories, such as the nonexistence of gender and the importance of communism, which have apparently made their way into party policy.
Begala, however, is not happy.
“For that amount of money, you could fund free pre-K for every three- and four-year-old for 10 years. You would do a lot more good for poor people, communities of color, and the underprivileged by doing pre-K,” Begala remarked, “you could forgive all medical debt, which, unlike student debt, is not freely entered into.”
Well, apparently Biden thinks it’s better to throw out free money to individuals who are old enough to vote in November, rather than toddlers and children who could really benefit in the long run from earlier education.
Assuming of course, they’re receiving an actual education.
“So what is my party doing with this? They’re disadvantaging – I think they’re not helping the people that we’re here to help, which is [sic] poor people and underprivileged communities. And they’re not helping their politicians who are running,” Begala continued.
Of course not, which is precisely why many politicians have openly distanced themselves from Biden’s insane scheme.
After all, they don’t have as much ballot-stuffing clout as the current administration does, nor do they have the FBI censoring all negative press coverage of themselves and their families.
Besides, Biden picked an awfully fickle group to bet on, considering most of them will be enraged by 1,000 other things before November’s midterms.
As reported by Ben Zeisloft of The Daily Wire, “meanwhile, the most recent edition of the Harvard Youth Poll shows that Biden’s approval rating among young voters is a meager 41 percent – constituting an 18 percent decline since the spring of 2021.”
Meanwhile, some brilliant Biden strategist thought vote buying a couple months before the election may actually be enough to outweigh the immense economic pain his administration has inflicted upon … well, everyone.
But the likes of Pelosi and Co., of course.
“Likewise, the poll showed that young Republicans are more likely to vote than their Democrat counterparts in the upcoming midterm elections,” Zeisloft added.
Likewise, one can only hope that’s true.
Various opinion columnists in other outlets, including the ultra-left Washington Post, have even pointed out the insanity, with an editorial from Hugh Hewitt serving as particularly brilliant, incisive commentary.
“Handing out $10,000 and $20,000 checks to favored individuals will fester and backfire on the president’s party in November,” Hewitt remarked curtly.
One can only hope.
Author: Ofelia Thornton