AOC Encourages People to ‘Bully’ Biden

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This week, socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez encouraged voters to continue to “bully” the Biden White House into canceling student loan debt, hiwhc they claim is a promise unfulfilled.

Breitbart reports:

During a Q&A on Instagram, the New York Democrat responded to a user who said, “Cancel student debt so I can buy a damn house.”

“FYI, it does not take an act of Congress to cancel student debt,” Ocasio-Cortez wrote. “Biden could do it tomorrow if he wanted to.”

“Keep bullying the White House. It has been successful in delaying payments but now we gotta finish the job,” she added.

Indeed, in December, Biden reversed his decision to resume student loan payments beginning February 1 after facing pressure from members of the far-left. 

“We know that millions of student loan borrowers are still coping with the impacts of the pandemic and need some more time before resuming payments,” read the White House’s statement at the time.

  1. Why not cancel my house payment. And while you’re at it cancel my car payment and pay off my credit cards too. If only we lived in a democrat run world where everybody was a millionaire, the temperature was always around 70 degrees unless you wanted to go to the beach or snow skiing, there were no tornados, hurricanes, earthquakes, or floods, every day was sunny and bright and it only rained when we needed it for things to grow. Gee wouldn’t that be great? I’m off to see the wizard!

  2. While you’re at it AOC how about canceling my house payment, and my car payment, and my credit card debt. Oh yes, wouldn’t it be nice to live in a democrat run society where everyone was a millionaire, the climate was always a comfortable 70 degrees, except if you wanted to go to the beach or snow skiing? We would have no tornados, hurricanes, earthquakes or floods and every day was sunshine and it only rained when needed for plants and crops to grow. No one would have to work for a living and everything was free. Oh yes, wouldn’t that be great? I’m off to see the wizard!

  3. me me me—give it up you freeloader! You wanted to go to school–now pay for it! Obviously, you don’t make enough as a Rep—perhaps you can get a part-time job as a bartender to fill the gaps.

  4. “Cancel my student loan so I can buy a house” That statement says it all and can only make sense to a liberal. Translated to everyday people it means “I have a loan that was wasted and I don’t want to repay it, so lend me more money”. It will take about 1 day before the same deadbeats will be screaming “Cancel my mortgage so I can buy a boat”.

  5. They can certainly delay their student loan debt. They’re capable of giving them a delay, and allowing them to make payments without interest, until they get their feet on the ground.

  6. If that moron AOC gets her way with this issue, guess who will end up picking up the tab for the money lost…
    That’s right, taxpayer, it will be YOU…

  7. What makes you, AOC, think students with student loans should be given a handout? They chose to go to school, get the loan, so they should be responsible for payment just as thousands of students in the past had to pay their loans, no government handout. It is about time for this younger generation to face the music, they have been coddled for way too many years, too many think the world owes them everything. Get a grip. And that includes you, buy your own damn house like the rest of us have!

  8. What does she realize about the fact that people with student loans signed legally binding contracts. Their debt is their own and if they are too stupid to understand that they should not have been pursuing higher education in the first place

  9. AOC should come out of her socialist bubble and see how real people cope with her nonsense. If she wants to live in a world of her own making, I have no objection but stop trying to force others who don’t agree with her to live in her world.

  10. When a person takes out a loan they are expected to pay it back. Why should the taxpayers be on the hook for someone’s poor financial decisions?


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