Any talk otherwise is pure delusion😒😒🙄🙄
There is no doubt @ewarren that this is the team now and in the future that will lead us for the next six years. pic.twitter.com/OECt0gmdj0
— Kriss (@KMC4wauk) January 29, 2023
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris 2024.
That’s the *winning* ticket.
They are taking it.
No doubting this duo. pic.twitter.com/5iHDDWyzzU
— Madam Vice President Harris is THEE GOAT! (@flywithkamala) January 29, 2023
No thanks for a "fresh young ticket."
I'm fine with Biden/Harris.
If you think we should waste the advantage of incumbency… you've got the political instincts of a dung beetle 🤷🏽♀️ https://t.co/qjoneqM3Pm
— Afrosabi (@afrosabi) January 30, 2023
Front page of WaPo bashing VP Harris. Sen. Warren, et tu? Enough already. https://t.co/5DjdbxKvaG
— Denise Oliver-Velez 💛 (@Deoliver47) January 30, 2023
JayJay (@jayjay827) tweeted at 4:21 PM on Mon, Jan 30, 2023:
Warren knew exactly what she was doing by refusing to support Kamala Harris after her full throated support of Biden. She knew she was inflicting harm as each word rolled off her tongue. She can walk it back, but the damage is done. Mission accomplished.
To me, Kamala Harris is the most active & best VP I've witnessed in my lifetime by far, and is the clear choice (and frontrunner) for Dem. nominee in 2028. Any other scenario isn't even worth discussing…and baseless critiques of her from left & right are saturated with racism.
— Professor Kyle (@blackcatprose) January 29, 2023
Because, of course…
I don’t want to hear any bullshyt about CONGRESS.
IT’S NOT CONGRESS. IT’S REPUBLICANS.
Over half of the House GOP and nearly all Senate Republicans signed briefs urging the Supreme Court to block Biden’s student-loan forgiveness
Conservatives have been flooding the Supreme Court docket urging it to block President Joe Biden’s student-loan forgiveness — and hundreds of GOP lawmakers just joined the cause.
On Friday, 128 House Republicans signed onto an amicus curiae brief urging the nation’s highest court to block Biden’s plan to forgive up to $20,000 in student debt for federal borrowers. That’s just over half of the GOP composition in the House, with 222 Republicans holding a slim majority in that chamber.
Signers also included 25 Republican lawmakers on the House Committee on Education and the Workforce, led by Chair Virginia Foxx, who has been a vocal opponent of broad student-loan forgiveness. She said in a statement alongside the brief that the “administration is bypassing Congress, which is elected by the American people to protect their interests.”
Pete beat Bernie in IA. Cope, you socialist b*tch. (@Needle_of_Arya) tweeted at 4:05 AM on Thu, Feb 02, 2023:
AR-15 lapel pins being worn by far-right gun-lovers in Congress are a sign that they support white domestic terrorism
200,000 student-loan borrowers will be ‘severely harmed’ if a judge rules in favor of 3 companies who want to block them from getting $6 billion in debt relief, a new legal filing says
Story by email@example.com
A group of student-loan borrowers who believe they were defrauded by their schools responded to the companies that want to block them from getting long-awaited debt relief.
In January, two for-profit higher-education companies — Lincoln Educational Services Corp. and American National University — and Everglades College, Inc., a nonprofit, filed notices to appeal federal Judge William Alsup’s November decision to give 200,000 student-loan borrowers $6 billion in debt relief and requested that he put a stay on that relief as the appeals process plays out. Some of the borrowers who were set to see debt forgiveness attended colleges run by those companies, which were among many named in the November settlement.
While President Joe Biden’s Education Department agreed to the settlement and Alsup signed off on it, the three companies filed an appeal claiming they were not given “due process” after being included in the settlement, saying that they “will immediately suffer the stigma of having all BD claims against them summarily granted—without any administrative process, judicial factfinding, or reasoned decision on the merits.”
Last week, the plaintiffs in the case filed an opposition to the request to the stay the relief, writing in the legal filing that the companies would not be harmed if the borrowers get relief, but the borrowers would be “severely harmed” if the process was paused.
“They have already waited years for the resolution of their borrower defense (‘BD’) applications, some of which have been pending since 2015,” the filing said. “The loans that would be discharged under the Settlement continue to shadow them, affecting their credit, their livelihoods, their mental health, and countless other aspects of their lives. One hundred and forty-four borrowers have submitted declarations attesting to the harm a stay would cause them.”
200,000 student-loan borrowers will be ‘severely harmed’ if a judge rules in favor of 3 companies who want to block them from getting $6 billion in debt relief, a new legal filing says (msn.com)
He got his boots on!😂😂😂😂😂
I know that she should be mad, but…he got his boots on😂😂
In today’s episode of
You’re rich, I’m poor
This guy cracks me up
It was also about racism. And misogyny.
The highly partisan vote to remove @Ilhan was not about accountability.
It was about political revenge.
I will move immediately to seat Rep. Omar on the House Budget Committee.
Where she will defend Democratic values against right-wing extremism.
11:31 AM · Feb 2, 2023·46.7K Views
Speaker McCarthy and the GOP are busy settling scores. Don’t look to them for anything productive for the next two years.
It is an outrage that every Republican voted to remove
– a third term Muslim American woman – from the Foreign Affairs committee. Our job is to unite the American people, not divide them based on their race and religion. What a disgraceful day for the House.
10:44 AM · Feb 2, 2023
There are many disgraceful days ahead for the House.
No lie told
Good Morning, Everyone😊😊😊