Elizabeth Warren and James Clyburn Sponsor Bill To Forgive Student Loans Up to $50,000 for 45 Million People


Here we go. Warren and Clyburn are proposing a bill that will forgive up to $50,000 in student loan debts for up to 45,000 people.

This will come out to a small fortune and would add greatly to the debt and would be paid for by many people who either did not attend college or actually paid for it themselves. In other words, it’s a socialist program paid for by mostly capitalists.

Warren is trying to buy votes and it’s catching on but it’s unlikely that she can win the general election with her big spending giveaways.

From Breitbart News

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) announced on Thursday that they will introduce legislation in the House and Senate that would forgive up to $50,000 of each students’ college loan debt, which would help about 42 million people, according to a press release posted on Warren’s Senate website.

“The legislation will significantly lessen the student debt crisis and help tackle the racial wealth gap,” the headline of the press release announcing the bills said.

Warren, a member of the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions and Clyburn, House Majority Whip, both claim that the bill, if it becomes law, will help about 95 percent of student borrowers and cancel debt entirely for some 75 percent of borrowers.

“The student debt crisis is real and it’s crushing millions of people — especially people of color,” Warren said in the announcement. “It’s time to decide: Are we going to be a country that only helps the rich and powerful get richer and more powerful, or are we going to be a country that invests in its future?”

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