EXPOSED: Joe Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness Scam Favors the Wealthy


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Joe Biden’s attempt to gain support from young Americans by promising to ‘forgive’ student loan debt, a move that the U.S. Supreme Court has deemed unconstitutional, is actually benefiting wealthier families rather than those in genuine need, contrary to the narrative pushed by the Democrats.

The frustration over this situation is palpable, especially when it is revealed that 750,000 households benefiting from Biden’s student loan payoffs have an average income of over $312,000.

This information challenges the idea that the debt relief is primarily reaching those who are struggling financially. Instead, it appears to be disproportionately favoring more affluent individuals and families.

According to reports from the Free Press, Biden recently announced another $7.4 billion in student loan payoffs, bringing the total amount of debt cancellation under his administration to around $153 billion. However, it is essential to remember that this ‘cancellation’ simply means that taxpayer money is used to reset the balance to zero.

The true cost of these relief programs is staggering – Penn Wharton’s analysis suggests that Biden’s latest initiatives will cost an additional $84 billion on top of the estimated $475 billion for his previous SAVE plan.

One would assume that such substantial sums would be directed towards genuinely disadvantaged individuals and families struggling with student loan debt. However, the reality paints a different picture.

The revelation that a significant number of households benefitting from this relief have incomes exceeding $312,000 raises serious questions about the fairness and equity of these programs.

Furthermore, when criticisms are raised regarding this misallocation of resources, the White House’s response seems evasive and deflective.

Instead of addressing concerns directly, they resort to shaming tactics from official accounts. This behavior only adds fuel to the fire of public frustration and skepticism surrounding these initiatives.

The situation becomes even more concerning when examining how colleges are capitalizing on this trend by charging exorbitant tuition fees – some as high as $100,000 per year.

This practice ultimately places an additional burden on taxpayers who foot the bill for these inflated costs.

With little incentive to reduce expenses or improve efficiency when public funds are readily available, colleges continue to operate without accountability or regard for fiscal responsibility.

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