Watch: Jim Jordan Goes Scorched Earth On Inciter Biden
Remember when Biden claimed that he would be 'everyone's president' and vowed to be the country's 'unifier'—Yeah, that lasted 12 minutes before he went straight after conservatives. Biden seems to have forgotten his pledge but you know who didn't? Rep Jim Jordan. He reminded Biden that he was there during his inauguration. "This is ridiculous!", Jordan said of Biden's latest attack on conservatives.
“This is ridiculous,” the representative began. “I was there on inauguration day when during his speech when he said that we need to unify the country and we all agreed with that, frankly, and then what did he do? Two hours after that, he went to the Oval Office and signed 21 executive orders that divided the country, and here he goes again.”
“The disdain they have for conservatives, for Republicans, for President Trump supporters is wrong, and again, the country understands that,” he concluded.
The Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget settled on a central estimate of approximately $500 billion, according to a Thursday report.
Biden announced up to $20,000 in federal student loan forgiveness on Wednesday. Students who attended college using federal Pell Grants qualify for the $20,000, but those who did not use the program qualify for $10,000 in forgiveness. The handout only applies to borrowers making less than $125,000 per year.
Biden doesn't just target conservatives but his predecessor. The looney toon Dem once referred to Trump as 'king' trying to deflect from his failing economic plan.
“My Republican colleagues said these programs to help the working class and middle-class people, that’s actually — that’s why we have inflation. They’re dead wrong. Under my predecessor, the great MAGA king, the deficit increased every single year he was president,” Biden said in a speech to Chicago electrical union members.