In a stunning display of hypocrisy, former Sen. Alessandra Biaggi from the great state of New York has joined the ranks of the elite Democrats who believe that rules are for the little people. While ordinary Americans struggle under the burden of student loan debt, Biaggi had the audacity to complain about the Supreme Court’s decision to strike down President Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan, all while living in her brand new million-dollar mansion.
Democrat With Million Dollar Home Complains About Having to Pay Her Student Debt
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) July 1, 2023
Biaggi took to Twitter, the preferred platform for self-righteous liberals, to whine about her own student loan debt totaling a whopping $206,000. She claimed to have been paying off her loans for 11 years, even managing to pay off a couple of them completely. But wait, there’s more! This courageous champion of the working class conveniently failed to mention that she and her husband recently splurged on a luxurious $1.14 million home in the posh neighborhood of Bedford, New York.
In 2012, I graduated from Fordham Law School with $180,000 is student loan debt.
I’ve been paying loans for 11 years. Even paid two of them off completely.
In 2023, my balance is $206,000.
— Alessandra Biaggi (@Biaggi4NY) June 30, 2023
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) June 30, 2023
Let’s take a moment to appreciate the sheer audacity of this move. While hardworking Americans struggle to make ends meet and dream of owning a home, Biaggi is comfortably nestled in her 2,468-square-foot mansion, complete with wood-burning fireplaces, an in-ground heated pool, and even a jacuzzi in the master bathroom. It’s clear that Biaggi is more concerned with her own comfort and luxury than with the financial struggles of everyday Americans.
To add insult to injury, this isn’t even Biaggi’s first foray into the real estate market. She previously lived in a modest $691,006 condo in Pelham, New York. But apparently, that just wasn’t opulent enough for her taste. She has the audacity to complain about the high cost of housing, conveniently ignoring the fact that she herself has now become a part of the problem.
Critics have rightly called out Biaggi’s hypocrisy, questioning why someone who can afford a million-dollar home couldn’t prioritize paying off their student loans first. Greg Price, the communications director for the State Freedom Caucus Network, succinctly summed it up on Twitter, saying, “She could afford to buy a $1 million home but not pay off $180K of debt.” It’s a damning indictment of the out-of-touch Democrats who claim to fight for the working class while enjoying all the perks of the elite.
The blatant hypocrisy of Democratic politicians like Biaggi is truly astounding. They preach about income inequality and the plight of the average American, all while living in million-dollar mansions and enjoying a life of luxury. It’s time for Americans to see through their empty rhetoric and hold these politicians accountable for their actions. The “rules for thee, not for me” mentality should be declared the Democratic national anthem, because it seems to be the tune they all march to.