Scarborough Acting Like An Idiot: Get's Holy Defending Biden
MSNBC's Joe Scarborough seems to think he's a preacher as he used biblical stories to defend Biden's big bailout. Scarborough paraphrased a moment in the Bible during a segment of “Morning Joe,” speaking about when Jesus declared it was time for people to stop sinning and turn over a new leaf.
“We need to say that to the predatory lenders. Say that to the universities that are actually putting out degrees that are worthless in subjects that are worthless, that are raking in millions and millions of dollars,” Scarborough subsequently added.
Scarborough then recounted his own experience paying college tuition, noting how the cost of tuition has ballooned over the past few decades and pointing to several examples of universities, such as Louisiana State University and Baylor University, whose tuition has increased more than 300%.
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“These numbers are indefensible. I just, my only point is … if you’re going to do debt forgiveness, do it in a way that tells the universities, ‘We’re going to forgive this debt, but here’s the deal: if you want universities to be able to take part in the loan program, state colleges: you’re going to have a fixed fee. Maybe it’s a $5,000 tuition. Private universities, $10,000. You don’t like that? That’s fine. You don’t have to do it. You don’t have to be a part of the federal loan program. But we’re no longer going to let you get rich off the backs of poor students, middle class students, and taxpayers.'”
So talk about it...
Jesus wanted people to take care of their neighbors. No doubt, but he absolutely did not want the poor to carry the burden of the wealthy. I mean, it was Jesus who threatened the government of that time, the church, by convincing those who didn't have to give to not hand over all of their money to the government. At a time of unprecedented inflation, shortages, and extreme taxation I don't think Jesus would approve of taking even more from the dwindling working class. Do you? Let me know in the comments below.