ICYMI: Warnock’s Student Loan Bailout Plan Again Ruled Unconstitutional

Tuesday, November 15th, 2022

ATLANTA – Today, Team Herschel released the following statement after the student loan plan that Warnock took credit for getting Biden to enact via executive fiat was again ruled unconstitutional.

“Things aren’t going well for President Biden’s student loan cancellation. On Monday the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals enjoined the $400 billion write-off, its second legal defeat in days.”

“Raphael Warnock publicly took all of the credit when Biden enacted his ridiculous and unconstitutional plan to have people who didn’t go to college bail out the loans of doctors and lawyers,” said campaign spokesman Will Kiley. “We know this original plan will cost taxpayers nearly $400 billion, but it has now been ruled unconstitutional by two separate courts. Raphael Warnock must not know what unconstitutional means, because he is trying to get Biden to ignore the courts and go further. He should take some time from hanging out with billionaire donors in California and see that his plan hurts working Georgians. Raphael Warnock should stop trying to push his reckless and unconstitutional plan and instead go work on an answer for why he is evicting poor tenants from the housing complex he oversees.”