G. McConway
November 26, 2022

Brit Hume on Student Loan Repayment Big Picture

Joe Biden recently paused student loan repayment again.

This was a move he made almost as soon as he took office.

The last pause was supposed to be the last pause, but that changed with the order now being hung up in the courts.

The delays and Biden’s reaction to it are telling Brit Hume a little something.

Lots to Unpack

The one thing we found out from the election is that the program was not quite as harmful to Democrats as we thought it would be.

This was yet another big fail from polling.

Abortion, which we had been led to believe was almost a non-issue, was clearly atop people’s minds.

For Democrat voters, it was more important than the economy.

So, either they bit on the late messaging by Democrats or we should seriously consider trashing polls.

Hume also believes that Biden’s actions are showing a bit of weakness in the program itself.

There was always a constitutional issue in terms of how much Biden can spend without congressional approval.

I have always maintained that the sheer dollar value attached to the order meant that it needed to go through Congress.

Biden was also worried about this when he signed the order, something he openly admitted.

We also know the Democrats were far better at messaging than the GOP in this cycle, as well as just dominating early voting again.

There were quite a few lessons to be learned from this election, and hopefully the GOP learned them.

They have a huge opportunity to flip the Senate in 2024, as there are far more Democrats defending seats than Republicans, the complete opposite of what we had during this cycle.

With there being a presidential election, however, the timeline shrinks considerably, so they better get their act together.

You can see the full segment with Brit Hume in the video below.

Source: Fox News

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