‘I regret voting for Biden’: POTUS breaks primary campaign promise

When asked if the Biden administration would extend the nearly two-year hiatus on student loan payments on Friday, White House press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters The pandemic-related pause will expire on February 1.

“In the coming weeks, we will be releasing more details about our plans,” she said. “We will engage directly with federal student borrowers to ensure they have the necessary resources and are on the right repayment plan.

“We are still assessing the impact of the omicron variation. The administration’s top priority is a top priority towards the transition back into debt repayment. The Department of Education has been in contact with borrowers to help them prepare for a return on repayment on February 1.”

Psaki added that “41 million borrowers … have benefited from a lengthy pause on student loan payments, but it’s due to expire on February 1, so right now we’re just doing it.” make a series of preparations.”

The decision not to extend the pause came as a surprise to many libertarians, who had hoped that President Joe Biden would live up to his campaign promise. $10,000 student loan forgiveness each borrower.


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Though the party’s progressive wing has called for him to forgive student loan debt of up to $50,000 per individual, during his campaign, he said he would “support the cancellation of $10,000 la for each borrower”, according to CNN.

The administration’s decision left many Democrats indignant and bitter. The sense of entitlement and betrayal is overwhelming, especially among those who can afford it most.

Such as Democratic Michigan Representative Rashida Tlaib, a member of the “squad” of far-left legislators:

And Chasten Buttigieg, husband of Transport Minister Pete Buttigieg:


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Democratic delegates. Cori Bush of Missouri and Pramila Jayapal of Washington:

Biden should have been thinking about this as he made his campaign pledge on the run – or more accurately, in his basement. Many of those who voted for him feel betrayed and are racing for the exit.

Several people took to the public square to declare that they regret voting for Biden and no longer support him.

One interesting thing about campaign promises: Your voters expect you to honor them.

The Democratic base is insatiable. People on the left quickly forget the 10 things the government did to make their lives easier when they were on the left undone.

Will these voters really bail out the party?

Perhaps a few.

But I’ll bet that in the end, most Democrats, especially the most progressive among them, will vote for themselves.

After all, it’s not some better benefits Are not benefits enjoyed?


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