Media Catches Biden’s HUGE Mistake – He’s NAILED…

Joe Biden has just made a ” inflationary, expensive mistake.”

Transferring student debt to those who didn’t accumulate it.

That’s the opinion of the Washington Post‘s Editorial Board, who wrote a scathing review about Biden’s recent decision.

The debt isn’t just going away.

Instead of those who collected the debt paying it back though, the fees are going to be paid via “American taxpayers footing the bill.”

The paper cited a 2019 study from the American Enterprise Institute that said the “greatest beneficiaries will be from high-income families.”

Additionally, the move was expected to fuel 40-year-high inflation even more.

“Students from high-income and low-income families were just as likely to take on debt for their first year in an undergraduate program — and students from high-income families borrowed the largest amounts.”

Let’s not forget that Nancy Pelosi swore up and down that Biden didn’t have the power to remove student debt.

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A week ago, Joe Biden told Americans that prices aren’t actually high.

But the numbers don’t lie.

Inflation is up 14.4% since Biden took office.

And all the president can offer are more lies.

Inflation ⬆️ more than expected.

Overall CPI: +6.4% y/y
Fuel Oil: +27.7%
Electricity: +11.9%
Groceries: +11.3%
Chicken +10.5%
Milk: +11%
Eggs: +70.1%
Bread: +14.9%
Potatoes: +12.4%
Baby Food: +10%
Airline Fares: +25.6%
Real Average Hourly Earnings: -1.8%

Year-over-year real wages have been negative for 22 months - ever since Biden forced through his $1.9 trillion "stimulus."

That's a wages recession for American workers.

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