Biden approval episode and student debt
The New York Times has a really suspect way of just never talking about class war. The student debt experts was insane. I didn’t know where you found her. The Biden guy didn’t even mention that most of the “left” wanted Bernie, but the Democratic Party decided to sabotage him. The left does not even really want to be associated with the Democrats. Biden’s approval being so low happened at the beginning when a vast contingency of voters knew they would be duped by him under delivering, but we’re forced into the duopoly on the ballot card. Idk about moderates, but the Dems f’ed the left when they threw candidate most left people wanted. Also when the crazy student loans lady tied student debt forgiveness to inflation. I said wow, really going to throw us under the bus like that. Economic warfare would be the NYT using people who already have no capital (debtors) and linking another problem to which they did not contribute. Have the Debt Collective on or issue a public apology to student debtors.
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