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White House Calls Out Republicans Criticizing Student-Loan Forgiveness

“It’s you?” The White House is not one or two! They have time on Tuesday. On Twitter, the account named several Republicans, including Marjorie Taylor Greene, Matt Gaetz, Mike Kelly and others who criticized the student loan forgiveness. Republicans, however, forgot that their Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans had been canceled. The Biden administration has begun listing loan forgiveness amounts. The account shared a video of Rep. Green’s negative remarks in an interview with Newsmax on Wednesday, calling the debt cancellation “completely unfair.”

“To our government, you know, ‘Okay, your debt is completely forgiven’…it’s totally unfair,” she said.

“Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene forgives $183,504 in PPP loans,” the White House tweeted. Republican Mike Kelly was also named after he tweeted,

“It’s not just unfair to ask plumbers and carpenters to repay loans to Wall Street consultants and lawyers. It is also bad policy.

The screams didn’t stop there. Matt Gaetz forgave $482,321, Congressman Markwaye Mullin forgave over $1.4 million, and Congressman Kevin Hern forgave over $1 million in PPP loans. As we’ve previously reported, estimates show President Joe Biden’s Wednesday announcement to cancel federal student loans would provide $10,000 in relief for students earning $125,000 or less a year, a plan that could cost $300 billion to the government.

At a recent press conference, President Biden was angry at a reporter who pressed his button.

After a reporter asked about the fairness of student loan forgiveness, he fired back! Roommates, what do you think of the White House shenanigans?

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