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Bill Maher slams Biden for using his tax dollars to fund campus ‘Jew-hating’ with new student loan plan: ‘So incensed’

“Real Time” host Bill Maher took intention at President Biden’s newest student loan handout proposal, insisting his personal tax dollars, by extension, shall be funding the “Jew hating” on faculty campuses.

During Friday evening’s panel dialogue, whereas discussing the anti-Israel unrest occurring at high universities in latest weeks, Maher mentioned he will get “so incensed” at how lots of the college students taking part obtain federal help.

“When I read about the college loans… ‘Biden administration’s student debt cancelation will cost a combined $870 billion to $1.4 trillion. That’s a lot of debt forgiveness,” Maher mentioned.

Maher continued, “Colleges constantly raise tuition, then the kids take out more loans, then the government comes by and pays those loans. Okay, so my tax dollars are supporting this Jew hating? I don’t think so.”

Fox News contributor Kellyanne Conway mentioned the student loan handout was unfair, telling Maher “You can’t have plumbers and pipefitters paying for the student loans of doctors and lawyers.”

“I’m all for the government trying to help people who need it, but he did that as a political play and everybody knows it. He’s bleeding young people support.” Conway added.

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Bill Maher slammed Biden’s student loan proposal. Real Time with Bill Maher/youTube
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Bill Maher worries that his tax dollars will someway fund “Jew-hating” on faculty campuses. REUTERS

“And it hasn’t worked,” Bloomberg Businessweek correspondent Joshua Green chimed in. “If you look at issues that young people care about, Gaza is like 15th out of 16th. And the only thing that comes in lower than Gaza is student loan forgiveness. So it hasn’t worked as a motivator for the youth vote, you know, half of which are out there chanting ‘Genocide Joe.’ So it’s backfired not just in terms of public policy, but in terms of the politics, too.”

“Yeah, I mean, Trump is winning the youth vote by I think 11 points, that’s pretty astounding to me,” Maher mentioned, referring to a latest CNN ballot. “What do you make of that?”

Green responded by arguing that the drama plaguing Republicans like Trump’s New York trial and the controversy surrounding South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem’s admission in her forthcoming e-book of killing her 14-month-old canine years in the past are overshadowed within the information by the anti-Israel turmoil.

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Kellyanne Conway didn’t it was honest to forgive student loans as a result of she thinks it implies that blue collar staff will find yourself paying for future medical doctors’ non-public training. Getty Images

“What I make of that a lot of it is if you turn on your TV today, you see young people protesting, angry, fighting with cops,” Green mentioned. “What you don’t see is Donald Trump in a criminal trial. What you don’t see is, you know, one of his blue chip vice presidential candidates murdered dog a week ago and is two weeks into talking about that story. All of these stories that could potentially be damaging for Republicans to help Joe Biden have fallen by the wayside because all of the attention is on these protesters and on these fights, on their behavior, and on the fact that a lot of people don’t like what they see on the television.”

“Biden was elected to push aside the chaos and the havoc of the Trump years. I think everybody can agree on that… You turn on your TV and see what’s going on these campuses, it hasn’t happened. And that’s one big reason why he’s losing the vote, one big reason why he’s losing the youth vote.”

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Biden plans to forgive billions in student loans. AFP through Getty Images

“Yes, chaos and crisis in the Trump administration in a tweet, in a comment here and there, now it’s chaos and crisis everywhere we look!” Conway exclaimed. “At the border, on our college campuses, by the way, in our halls of Congress, Congress, 31 Democrats voted against the resolution last October 18 to condemn Hezbollah and Hamas.”

She continued, “And the resolution clearly said, Bill, that they were concerned about institutions of higher education allowing sympathies for Hezbollah and Hamas, which our own government, Biden’s government, Trump’s government have declared terrorist groups and they specifically said in there it was going to hurt, make uncomfortable, if not worse, Jewish students with all this antisemitism. That was October 18! 31 Democrats including the most well known young ones, the Squad that doesn’t do squat, for example, all voted against that resolution.”

“I couldn’t agree more,” Maher responded.

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