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The Biden Admin Tricked Americans into Voting Democrat with a Promise He’d Cancel their Student Loans, Only Problem is it’s Illegal

Student Loan Forgiveness application approved with pen on a wood desk

The Biden regime has been misleading Americans, intentionally tricking them into believing the Democrat leader has successfully canceled their student loans – even as the courts continue to block the unconstitutional effort at every turn.

Biden’s admin notified Americans who had previously applied for the student loan forgiveness program that their requests had been approved AFTER a federal court ruled Biden did not have the power to take hundreds of billions of taxpayer’s dollars and use them on pay off people’s student loans. And they especially didn’t like it he tried to ram this through just weeks before a major election, a clear vote buying scheme to try to keep the Democrats in power.

 

Some applicants received an email from Education Secretary Miguel Cardona saying they were “eligible for loan relief” after providing some basic information. “We have sent this approval on to your loan servicer,” the message said. “You do not need to take any further action.”

Cardona affirmed on social media that applicants should not “worry” if they do not immediately receive the email since “more are coming,” adding that the admin remains ‘confident’ they will be able to move forward with the program.

Cardona’s misleading message to applicants comes after the Biden admin asked the conservative majority on the Supreme Court to rule on whether or not the policy could continue.

Solicitor General Elizabeth Prelogar wrote, “The Eighth Circuit’s erroneous injunction leaves millions of economically vulnerable borrowers in limbo, uncertain about the size of their debt and unable to make financial decisions with an accurate understanding of their future repayment obligations.”

If the policy somehow manages to survive, the Department of Education would be canceling student debt for the 26 million people who signed up for Biden’s vote buying scheme.

The socialist program was initially halted following a lawsuit filed by multiple Republican state attorneys general who asserted that the White House illegally bypassed Congress while drafting the student debt policy.

The officials pointed to the recent Supreme Court opinion in West Virginia v. EPA, which said that federal agencies cannot assert “highly consequential power beyond what Congress could reasonably be understood to have granted.”

“In addition to being economically unwise and downright unfair, the Biden Administration’s Mass Debt Cancellation is yet another example in a long line of unlawful regulatory actions,” the complaint argued. “No statute permits President Biden to unilaterally relieve millions of individuals from their obligation to pay loans they voluntarily assumed.”

The loan cancellation push, costing roughly $400 billion, comes at a time when irresponsible government spending has created one of the worst inflationary crises in history.

Rather than scaling back on spending to help combat the crisis, the Biden admin continues to fight for far-left massive spending efforts – designed strictly to advance their agenda rather than help the American people.


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