In response to Joe Biden's proposal to forgive student loans, Florida Governor Ron Desantis is slamming President Biden.
Desantis responded forcefully to Biden's proposal to raise the money supply, which would have a negative impact on our economy.
According to a nonpartisan analysis conducted at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, the cancellation of $10,000 of debt for each borrower (or up to $20,000 for recipients of Pell Grants) would result in a cost of $298 billion in 2022 and a total of $329 billion by 2031 if the policy were to be renewed annually.
Less than 32% of the financing would benefit Americans in the two income groups with the lowest totals, while 42% of the funding would benefit Americans with annual incomes of more than $82,400.
Desantis also went after Anthony Fauci, who is considered to be the nation's favorite doctor.
During a speech that he gave on Wednesday, Desantis allegedly referred to Dr. Anthony Fauci as a "little elf" and stated that someone ought to "chuck him across the Potomac." Fox News reported on this.
On Monday, Dr. Anthony Fauci, who serves as the chief medical adviser to President Joe Biden as well as the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, announced that he will be stepping down from his position in December.
In the announcement, Dr. Fauci emphasized that he will not be "retiring," but rather "moving on from my current positions."
It's abundantly evident that Ron Desantis is taking a page out of Donald Trump's playbook when it comes to handling his campaign.
The Governor of Florida has often demonstrated his ability to be a brave leader, and it will be fascinating to observe whom he targets in his next move.