Watch: Ticked-off Dad Confronts Lizzie Warren Over Student Loan 'Forgiveness' & He Is Spot-on: "Can I Have My Money Back?'

Watch: Ticked-off Dad Confronts Lizzie Warren Over Student Loan 'Forgiveness' & He Is Spot-on: "Can I Have My Money Back?'
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Arguably, there is no one in the Democrat Party who is more eager to give away as much of your money to anyone and everyone, to whom she can pander her headdress off, than Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Pretend Native American) — AKA: “1/1,064th.”

While I realize that is no small feat, nobody panders better than 1/1,064th.

Lizzie’s current cause célèbre is student loan “forgiveness,” a ridiculous misnomer, given that not one dime would be “forgiven”; the burden would merely be shifted from borrowers to U.S. taxpayers, as is the case with every “free” Democrat program, including those that Democrats disingenuously label as “an investment.” In some “noble” Democrat cause, of course — always with an eye on the ballot box.

Just this month Warren teamed up with another winner, Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) to introduce legislation to allow the discharge of student debt by restructuring chapter 7 and chapter 13 bankruptcies. Perfect, right? Invite people to file bankruptcy over student loan debt — many of whom would presumably include other debt in bankruptcy filings.

As reported by The Blaze, a father who worked double shifts so he could pay for his daughter’s college education had a couple of questions for Warren at a recent campaign event; based on the valid point that student loan “forgiveness” rewards financially irresponsible people and punishes those who avoided racking up student loan debt.

“My daughter is in school. I saved all my money just to pay student loans. Can I have my money back?”

Warren smugly replied, “Of course, not.” The dad shot back:

“So you want to help those who don’t save any money and the ones that do the right thing get screwed?

Correct, sir — and hard.

The unidentified dad grew irritated with Warren, as he described a typical situation we see all too often in all-things personal finances; not just kids wracking up college debt.

“My buddy had fun, bought a car, went on vacation. I saved my money. He made more than I did. I worked a double shift working to get extra money. You’re laughing at me. That’s exactly what you’re doing. We did the right thing, and we get screwed.”

Dad: 1, Pandering 1/1,064th Native American: 0. Final score.

Warren’s student debt “forgiveness” scam, released during her miserably-failed 2020 presidential campaign, would “cancel” [shift the burden to taxpayers] “up to $50,000 in debt for 95% of student loan borrowers (about 42 million people),” which she pointed out would particularly help “black borrowers and Latinx borrowers.” (98% of Latinos do not identify with the silly “Latinx” label, you pandering fool).

And how would Warren pay for her student loan “cancellation” scam? The same way she and other left-wingers plan to pay for all of their mathematically impossible scams: an “Ultra-Millionaire” tax on families with at least $50 million in net worth.

Incidentally, Biden’s handlers — relayed by Corn Pop’s pal via his trusty teleprompter — are all in on student loan “forgiveness,” as well. Biden has pledged to cancel up to $50,000 in federal student loan debt per borrower, which Senate Minority Leader Chucky Schumer is pushing him to do by executive order.

“We have come to the conclusion that President Biden can undo this debt, can forgive $50,000 of debt the first day he becomes president,” Schumer said, earlier this month, as reported by Fox Business: You don’t need Congress. All you need is the flick of a pen.”

If and when Joe flicks his Bic — or whatever he chooses to flick — how many hard-working people like the dad who confronted Lizzie Warren will be told to flick off, as well?

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