Biden falsely claims he 'passed' his student loan handout 'by a vote or
From Johnny@21:1/5 to All on Mon Oct 24 11:50:55 2022
By Andrea Vacchiano
Published October 24, 2022
President Biden made multiple false statements during a youth forum at
the White House, botching responses about his student debt relief plan
and appearing to forget key details at points.
The town hall, which was sponsored by NowThis, featured a variety of
youth activists who asked the president candid questions about gun
legislation, climate change, abortion access and trans issues. The
event was taped on Tuesday and posted online Sunday night.
Biden flubbed a statement about his student loan relief plan, claiming
it "passed by a vote or two." His forgiveness plan was an executive
decision that did not go through Congress.
During another answer, the president appeared to forget the name of Roe
v. Wade – the landmark 1973 abortion decision that was struck down by
the Supreme Court in June.
"Guess what, we need the same votes we need to overrule Dobbs, to, uh, reinstate, uh, the decision that was struck down by the Court," he
stumbled during a conversation about abortion.
Biden also made a bizarre comment when asked about gun control.
"My legislation says there can be no more than eight bullets in a
round, okay?" Biden said, leaving gun enthusiasts scratching their
heads on Twitter.