As reported by Breitbart News, during a Now This News forum, the president made a bizarre remark about student loan forgiveness.
Under Biden's plan, income-eligible students would get up to $20,000 in loan cancellation if they receive federal grants, and up to $10,000 if they don't. A survey conducted by the Trafalgar Group and Convention of States Action revealed that most Americans would not support the plan in the upcoming elections.
Here is the full clip for all you clowns who say it’s out of context. Biden first falsely claims he “signed a law” to cancel student loan debt, then says he “got it passed by a vote or two.”
— Jake Schneider (@jacobkschneider) October 24, 2022
A survey conducted by The Economist and YouGov revealed that about half of Americans think that student loan forgiveness should be unfair to people who didn't attend college. Also, about half of Americans agree that it would be unfair to those who have already paid off their loans.
The president's bizarre statement about student loan forgiveness is just one more example of an increasing number of strange moments in his career.