Biden is scrambling to salvage the left’s 2022 midterm chances. He’s gone to great extremes to win over voters.
But he might have gone too far in one move. And now, six states are launching a lawsuit against him.
From The Epoch Times:
Six states filed a lawsuit against President Joe Biden and Education Secretary Miguel Cardona on Sept. 29, stating that their bid to cancel significant amounts of student loan debt for millions of Americans is illegal.
“It is the epitome of unlawful and arbitrary agency action, and it should be set aside,” officials for Nebraska and five other states said in the lawsuit, which was filed in federal court in Missouri.
Biden’s questionable student loan forgiveness plan faces yet another challenge.
Six states have sued Biden, claiming the move to forgive over $500 billion in loans is illegal.
Biden’s plan had already been met with intense backlash. Millions of Americans seem outraged at the move–which will force them to pay off someone else’s debt.
Hard-working Americans will be burdened with the student loans of others. Many of these Americans never went to college themselves.
Biden has already been hit with a lawsuit over this plan–but this is the biggest one yet.
Reports have already come out that Biden is cutting back on the plan. Recent changes could prevent 4 million Americans from receiving debt forgiveness.
If pressure continues to mount, Biden might have to forego the plan entirely. Which would be yet another black mark on his administration.
Should Biden lose this case, or if he drops his plan, many leftists will never forgive him. The bottom will fall out of his base–leaving the midterms in question.
Democrats are already facing tough odds. And this loan forgiveness scheme was an attempt to bribe voters.
But, as usual, one of Biden’s half-baked ideas is blowing up in his face.
- Six states have sued Biden over his student loan forgiveness plan.
- They accuse Biden of trying to cancel debt, illegally.
- The plan has been met with resistance from the very start.
Source: The Epoch Times