Federal Courts Block Biden’s Student Loan Cancellation Plan

Two courts have put a stop to President Joe Biden’s ambitious student loan repayment plan, much to the dismay of the left. These federal judges in Kansas and Missouri weren’t buying what Biden was selling, and they’ve hit pause on the administration’s grand scheme to cancel even more student debt.

The judges pulled the emergency brake on Biden’s Saving on a Valuable Education (SAVE) plan, preventing any further cancellations of student loans and halting the rollout of additional provisions. Essentially, it’s like taking away Biden’s credit card when he’s on a spending spree – and boy, does he love to spend other people’s money.

The SAVE plan promised a shortcut to debt forgiveness for borrowers, but the courts saw through the facade. They rightly pointed out that the Biden administration was trying to turn loans into grants without the necessary approval from Congress. In other words, Biden attempted to bypass the proper channels and make it rain with taxpayer dollars.

Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey quickly championed the court’s decision as a victory for the Constitution. He didn’t mince words, calling out Biden for trying to burden hardworking Americans with a massive debt that wasn’t theirs. It’s a classic case of big government overreach being slapped down by the judicial branch – a sight that warms the hearts of conservatives everywhere.

While Biden may have had grand dreams of wiping out student debt with the flick of his pen, these judges served him a reality check. The SAVE plan got halted in its tracks, reminding the administration that there are still checks and balances in place to prevent reckless spending and constitutional oversteps. And that, dear readers, is a win worth celebrating in the ongoing battle to rein in the ever-expanding reach of the federal government.

Written by Staff Reports

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