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Biden’s Student Loan ‘Forgiveness’ Plan Just Hit ANOTHER Brick Wall In Court

Team Biden must be seeing this Republican AG's face in their nightmares by this point

If this guy isn’t already on Trump’s short list for AG in the next administration… he should be after this.

AG Andrew Bailey (Missouri) understands his job: figure out how you use your lawful powers to protect the citizens and the Constitution from rogue elements that would use power to push personal agendas.

He went to war with the White House over the border. He did it again over federal involvement in social media censorship. He did it during the Pandemic. Again and again it seems like every time we turn around he’s found another roadblock up against Joe Biden’s unaccountable government overreach.

He’s one of the few stalwarts standing between the federal government and the people and fighting like hell.

This time, he threw a court challenge against Joe Biden’s attempt to raid the treasury to buy votes — after the Supreme Court already slapped him down for trying to do the very same thing through a different process.

It’s early days yet, but so far, he’s winning.

Here’s the text from AG Bailey’s Press Release on Monday June 24th detailing what’s happening:

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Today, Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey announced that the Eastern District of Missouri granted his motion to block Joe Biden’s latest illegal student loan cancellation scheme. His lawsuit targeted what the federal government calls the “SAVE” Plan, which in reality would have cost Americans $475 billion – $45 billion more than its last unlawful student loan plan. The Court’s order blocks the unconstitutional student loan cancellation scheme from taking effect on July 1.

“During my time in the United States Army, I swore an oath to protect the Constitution against enemies both foreign and domestic. I took a similar oath to uphold the Constitution when I was sworn in as Attorney General,” said Attorney General Bailey. “By attempting to saddle working Missourians with Ivy League debt, Joe Biden is undermining our constitutional structure. Only Congress has the power of the purse, not the President. Today’s ruling was a huge win for the rule of law, and for every American who Joe Biden was about to force to pay off someone else’s debt.”

The United States Supreme Court ruled in favor of Attorney General Bailey’s previous challenge to the Biden Administration’s unilateral and unlawful wealth transfer of hundreds of billions of dollars in student loan debt. In a 6-3 decision, the Court struck down Biden’s repayment plan as unconstitutional, citing the massive $430 billion-plus impact on the federal budget without express authority from Congress. The Court held that Missouri’s student loan servicing company, MOHELA, was an arm of Missouri’s state government, and therefore, granted the states standing to challenge the student loan plan.

Joining General Bailey in filing suit were the attorneys general of Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, North Dakota, Ohio, and Oklahoma.

In the suit, the States asserted, “Just last year, the Supreme Court struck down an attempt by the President to force teachers, truckers, and farmers to pay for the student loan debt of other Americans—to the enormous tune of $430 billion. In striking down that attempt, the Court declared that the President cannot ‘unilaterally alter large sections of the American economy.’ Undeterred, the President is at it again, even bragging that ‘the Supreme Court blocked it. They blocked it. But that didn’t stop me.’”

The States noted, “Yet again, the President is unilaterally trying to impose an extraordinarily expensive and controversial policy that he could not get through Congress. This latest attempt to sidestep the Constitution is only the most recent instance in a long but troubling pattern of the President relying on innocuous language from decades-old statutes to impose drastic, costly policy changes on the American people without their consent.”

The Court’s order can be read here.

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