G. McConway
September 2, 2022

WaPo Resorts to Fearmongering to Back Biden’s Agenda

The media was finally starting to get its act together, then this happens.

The Washington Post is now resorting to fearmongering to gain support for Biden's student loan giveaway.

With the GOP considering legal challenges to Biden's Executive Order, WaPo is warning of "stark financial consequences" if the giveaway gets pulled back.

When in Doubt, FEAR

It was assumed the GOP would file suit to try blocking this order.

It was in question right from the outset if Biden had the power to issue such an order.

In fact, go back to last year, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) openly stated that something like this would have to go through Congress.

It will not help Biden's case that he relied on emergency powers to issue the order, citing the pandemic AFTER the CDC removed all pandemic restrictions.

WaPo, in turn, stated that "a legal battle could carry stark financial consequences for millions of student borrowers, who rejoiced last week after Democrats delivered on a long-standing promise to erase some of their debt."

What is this really about?

This freebie is expected to energize a younger voting base that has been upset that Biden did not deliver on this promise right after taking office.

WaPo is not worried about their financial situation.

What they are worried about is the discontent and possible disenfranchising of these voters if they lose that giveaway.

This is about protecting Democrats in the 2022 election cycle and nothing more.

State media… that is what WaPo is proving to be.

Source: Fox News

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