Joe Biden’s time in office has been an absolute train wreck and it’s not just Republicans who think so.

Some Democrats will just straight-up admit that the Biden regime is a disaster, but others are more subtle in how they say it.

But perhaps not all hope is lost. Maybe he can redeem himself by actually doing something that people will appreciate. At least, that’s what Elizabeth “Pocahantas” Warren believes.

“All the polls are very, very bad, right?” Dokoupil continued. ” I mean, the — Gallup had a poll that showed a preference nationally for Republicans at a five-point margin over Democrats. You started with the insurrection and a nine-point advantage. In the fourth quarter, it was a five-point margin for Republicans. So something is not right here. Something that you think could change the game for President Biden is with the stroke of a pen he could cancel student loan debt federally,”

“Yes,” Warren agreed.

“Why do you think that would make such a difference?”…

“It would affect about 43 million Americans. And keep in mind, for the people who are dealing with student loan debt, about 40% of them do not have college diplomas. These are people who did what we want them to do as Americans. They tried. But they had babies, they were working three jobs, they moved and they didn’t make it, so now they’re dealing with student loan debt on what a high school grad makes,” she said.

So even she admits that he’s doing a poor job and thinks that his reputation could be saved by forgiving student debt. This is something that he has no business in doing anyway because these are private agreements made between the loaning agency and the individual.

I’ll tell you why it won’t work. Nobody like Biden. That’s the only carrot that Biden could dangle in front of them. If he gives them the carrot, they will no longer be interested. They will have gotten their way and then they can get rid of him and move on to someone better.

Also, I like what Thomas Harpointner said in response to Warren,

How about people who took out car loans they couldn’t afford because “they did what we wanted them to do as Americans. They tried. But, they had babies, they moved…”

Should their car loans also be forgiven and passed on to tax payers?

He makes a good point, doesn’t he? Three are millions of Americans who have a lot of debt from car loans as well. Why shouldn’t we forgive those? Come to think of it, why not forgive mortgages? There is much more debt wrapped up in mortgages than there is student debt.

Sources:
Daily Wire

Photo Credit: Gage Skidmore

Daniel

Daniel is a conservative syndicated opinion writer and amateur theologian. He writes about topics of politics, culture, freedom, and faith.

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