4/12/21: And This Is What Happens When You Give A Radical A Single Inch
Crackpots like Ayanna Pressley, Dem from MA believe that unless you support canceling student debt, namely black female college students, then you can never be anti-racist. Can you see a pattern, a trend maybe? This radical racist isn’t alone, this thought process is already in Loudoun County Public Schools. I’ll give you one guess as to who started pushing this…..times up. Loudoun County’s very own NAACP president, Michelle Thomas. That’s right, on October 21, 2020, during an LCPS-MSAAC/Equity Committee online town hall, Thomas said “LCPS needs to offer student loan forgiveness for black and brown teachers.” The seed has already been planted in LCPS, so pay close attention because this is going to become a demand in the near future. The NAACP and Thomas only issue demands, they only care about power and money. Race hustling, the race card, and skin color is the only game they know.
It’s time people understand this and take a stand, they are OUR kids, OUR tax dollars, and OUR humanity & community, not the NAACP’s, not race hustlers, and not Michelle Thomas or LCPS-Equity Committee. No matter what you say, think, or do, you will always be considered a racist. Knowing this, and knowing you’ll never win, so in essence by refusing to play their divisive games, you are taking their only weapon away, the race card, you have nothing to lose.
Far-left “Squad” member Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) on Monday suggested it is not possible for an individual to be “anti-racist” if they are against canceling student loan debt.
Pressley, who has continued to advocate for eliminating the bulk of student loan debt, tied support for the policy to being “anti-racist.
“You can’t be anti-racist if you’re anti student debt cancellation,” she said in a social media post to her one million Twitter followers:
Radical Democrats have pressed the Biden administration to cancel $50,000 in student loan debt — a figure Biden has failed to embrace, consistently signifying a willingness to cancel $10,000 in student loan debt.
“I will not make that happen,” he said of canceling $50,000 in student loan debt, making the remarks during a February CNN town hall. He added he is “prepared to write off a $10,000 debt”:
In February, Pressley encouraged Democrats to go big on the coronavirus relief measure, calling for $2,000 monthly checks for Americans and non-citizens, including illegal aliens, as well as the cancellation of “at least $50K in student debt right now”:
Days later, Pressley tied canceling student loan debt to race, framing it as a way to “thank Black women.”
Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-WA), Chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus; Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) are among high-profile Democrats calling for the Biden to effectively erase $50,000 in student loan debt.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki has since said the administration is examining ways to cancel student loan debt.
“He was reiterating his previous stated position, which is that he doesn’t favor $50,000 in student loan relief without limitations,” she told reporters following Biden’s CNN town hall.
Biden “will ask them [the Department of Justice] to conduct a legal review of his authority to act on executive action in conjunction with a policy review from his Domestic Policy Council on how executive action debt relief, if any, should be targeted,” she added.