The #BidenHarrisLiberal provacatours are truly creating a generation of mentally weak college students.
The Supreme Court struck down Biden’s vote buying, student-loan forgiveness plan. Make no mistake, this was a vote buying scheme.
Apparently this was so unfathomable, that this ruling plus other Supreme Court decisions this past week apparently caused a mental breakdown with some delicate flowers that attend Boston University Law School. As a result, the “law students were set mental health resources to help ‘navigate these times.'”
Literally you can’t make this up. I wonder how Ukrainian volunteers and soldiers fighting for their freedom in a muddy ditch today and our brave men and women battling America’s enemies view this dramatic reaction?
The Fox News article reports:
“The university’s law school is not offering specialized counseling for its students, but the SGA recommended resources that are already available.
Two of the resources were BU Behavioral Medicine and BU Student Wellbeing. According to its website, BU Behavioral Medicine offers therapy, on-call service for mental health emergencies and mental health diagnoses, among other services.
The student government criticized the decision in 303 Creative LLC. v. Elenis, which gave a Christian web designer the right to deny services to same-sex couples. It also condemned Biden v. Nebraska, which ruled President Biden’s proposed student loan forgiveness planwas unconstitutional.
“These three decisions form part of a lengthy sequence of this court’s ruling which steadily erode the rights of marginalized communities and undermine the very diversity upon which our nation was built,” the SGA argued.”
Dear readers, would any of you want these law students as your attorneys if you are in a legal fight? Mental fortitude and toughness seem to be a required commodity to have effective legal counsel.
Regarding the ruling against the authoritarian Biden/Harris regime student debt forgiveness, Nancy Pelosi on July 28, 2021, said the following when she argued that Biden didn’t have the power to enact the forgiveness program on his own.
“People think that the President of the United States has the power for debt forgiveness. He does not,” she said at the time. “He can postpone. He can delay. But he does not have that power. That has to be an act of Congress.”
Is college too expensive? Yes.
If we are serious about it, maybe we dissolve the U.S. Department of Education and give every graduating high school student a voucher for their first two years of college, trade school, etc. Yes, there are other forms of education besides college where people take out loans. The vouchers would be the equivalent value of four semesters at a junior college.
There is also plenty of money in liberal nonprofits to help alleviate this student debt.
Is the cost of college a burden? Yes. Was the Biden/Harris vote buying scheme Constitutional? No.
Too bad a bunch of Boston University Law Students do not get that or have the mental fortitude to accept a court’s ruling.