G. McConway
November 15, 2022

Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness Application Removed from Website

There are going to be a lot of angry young voters out there in the next few days.

A federal judge has blocked Joe Biden's student loan forgiveness plan.

So, the White House has no choice but to remove the application from its website.

Hold It!

Federal District Court Judge Mark Pittman blocked the program on Thursday.

In Pittman's decision, he openly called the program unconstitutional.

He wrote, "In this case, the HEROES Act — a law to provide loan assistance to military personnel defending our nation — does not provide the executive branch clear congressional authorization to create a $400 billion student loan forgiveness program.

"The Program is thus an unconstitutional exercise of Congress's legislative power and must be vacated."

The White House disagreed with the ruling, but it had no choice but to take the application down with the program now being suspended while this all plays out in the court.

For those who have already filed, their information is being stored until a final decision is made on this.

With this case being filed in Texas, it would fall into Justice Alito's purview for a hearing, so I highly doubt he will refuse to hear the case as Justice Amy Coney Barrett had done.

There is also the difference that the prior cases were in favor of the Biden administration, which is probably why  Barrett refused to hear them.

I fully expect this to make its way to the Supreme Court and would be extremely surprised if this court did not rule that Joe Biden had abused his authority in issuing this order.

Most constitutional experts have agreed that something of this magnitude must be passed by Congress, not presidential executive order.

I can only imagine the faces on all those people that flocked to the polls in favor of Joe Biden that now realize they were duped.

Source: The Blaze

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