The House Progressives have stated that they would soon have a specific list of issues that they wanted him to address through executive action but could not do so since the Build Back Better bill was not passed. According to White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, the House progressives can crook their tiny fingers and get him to move.
Apart from Build Back Better, they’ve been fighting to cancel student debt for quite some time. Payments on federal student debt were set to resume on February 1, and the left was up in arms over it. However, Joe Biden said today that payments would be resumed on May 1, a 90-day delay.
Moreover, a fundamental concept applies no matter how much you pander to the left. President Joe Biden claims that they are miserable individuals who are never satisfied and constantly want more. They had a right to believe he cheated on them because he did. He did a “Biden” and promised something to get elected and then failed to deliver.”
President Joe Biden recommended removing student debt for students who attended a public university and came from families making less than $125,000. He also suggested a $15,000 subsidy toward a down payment on a first house for young people. They need to acknowledge and promote them. He told her that she was the future.
Joe Biden issued an executive order canceling student debt. Of course, he should never have promised it in the first place. But it didn’t stop progressives like Rep. Pramila Jayapal, the chairwoman of the House Progressive Caucus, from urging Biden to go all out.
According to John Avlon, this sends the incorrect message and provides little incentive for institutions to cut prices. It also disproportionately benefits individuals with enormous debt who are more likely to obtain more degrees. It reveals his vulnerability and how easily he may be duped by those who want him to fail.