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Voter Blasts Warren's Unfair Plan to Forgive Student Loans

Warren gets called out over the glaring and obvious problem in her redistribution plan.

Political Editors · Jan. 25, 2020

A recent video clip went viral and Democrat presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren may soon come to regret it. In the video, a man confronts Warren and asks, “My daughter is getting out of school. I saved all my money so she doesn’t have any student debt. Am I going to get my money back?” Clearly, the man is making reference to Warren’s often and loudly touted platform and her plan to cancel student-loan debt.

Warren dismissively responds to the man, “Of course not.” Exasperated, he retorts, “So, you’re gonna pay for people who didn’t save any money, and those of us who did the right thing get screwed.” He then continues to argue his point, noting a “buddy” of his who makes more money than he but spent it irresponsibly, while he worked a “double shift” and carefully saved his money so that his daughter wouldn’t go into college debt. And yet, under Warren’s debt-forgiveness plan, he would end up paying for his buddy’s irresponsible spending.

“So, you’re laughing,” the man accuses Warren, who attempts to deny it. “Yes, that’s exactly what you’re doing. We did the right thing — and we get screwed,” the man frustratedly states as he walks away.

It was a cold blast of reality to Warren’s ridiculous and nonsensical socialistic fantasyland claim that the government paying off college debt won’t cost hard-working American taxpayers. In fact, Warren’s plan boils down to legalized theft; stealing from responsible Americans and giving their money to those who haven’t earned it. It’s government-sanctioned robbery and Warren knows it.

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