In 2020, Joe Biden's slogan was "Our best days still lie ahead."
In 2024, Joe Biden's slogan is "Let's finish the job."
But there's also another slogan that Joe Biden has been using in 2024, even if he hasn't been saying it out loud.
"So much for checks and balances."
Whether it's been by skipping Congress and going straight to bombs or his most recent actions contradicting the Supreme Court, Old Joe Biden doesn't feel as if he has to answer to anybody.
Just because he's the president though, doesn't mean he can do whatever he wants.
He just thinks that he can, because liberals in this country are unwilling to hold him accountable, and the Republicans aren't strong enough to keep him in check on their own.
As a result, Biden has just been destroying our system of checks and balances, and is pretty much doing whatever he wants.
Especially if it means ignoring the Supreme Court.
The U.S. Supreme Court struck down Joe Biden's plan for student loan forgiveness last June, but that hasn't stopped him from buying votes.
He just cancelled the loans of another 74,000 borrowers, meaning that he's now completely wiped away the debt of 3,700,000 Americans.
Liberals see that as 3,700,000 people who now owe Joe Biden a vote.
Americans with common sense no realize that's 3,700,000 people for whom who the rest of us are now paying the bills, as if we don't have enough of our own.
"And, in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision on our student debt relief plan, we are continuing to pursue an alternative path to deliver student debt relief to as many borrowers as possible as quickly as possible. From Day One of my Administration, I vowed to improve the student loan system so that a higher education provides Americans with opportunity and prosperity – not unmanageable burdens of student loan debt. I won’t back down from using every tool at our disposal to get student loan borrowers the relief they need to reach their dreams," Joe Biden said as justification for ignoring the high court.
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