HYPOCRITE: Elizabeth Warren Condemns Gov. For Profitting Off Students While Charging $250 For Textbook!


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Here’s a better campaign slogan for Elizabeth Warren: Do as I say, not as I do!

In fact, that could probably sum up the Democrat party’s motto in general.

They want open borders but don’t want immigrants in their own cities or homes.

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They preach socialism while owning multiple million-dollar estates.

And, at least in the case of Elizabeth Warren, she wants free college but is not willing to give away her own “education” materials (that are totally not left-wing propaganda) to students.

In fact, the textbook Elizabeth Warren wrote comes at a heavy price: $258.97!

$250 for a texbook written by the same woman who once called profitting off of student "obscene."

Did you catch that?

"I think it is obscene for the federal government to be making profits like this measured in the billions of dollars off the backs of our students."

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Hypocrisy much?

Instead of looking in the own mirror, however, Elizabeth Warren just introduced a bill that would cancel millions of dollars of student loan debt.

The Hill has more on this:

A bill that would wipe out nearly all U.S. student loan debt was introduced Tuesday by Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), a top-tier 2020 presidential candidate. 

Warren and House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn (D-S.C.) in June first announced the bicameral legislation to forgive up to $50,000 in loan debt for those with a total household income below $100,000. 

Debtors with between $100,000 and $250,000 in total household income would have less of their debt eliminated.

Clyburn and Warren said "The Student Loan Debt Relief Act" would end the student debt crisis and lessen the racial wealth gap.

"My very first bill when I got to the Senate was legislation to tackle the growing student debt crisis because I was sick of Washington allowing the wealthy to pay less, while burying tens of millions of Americans in mountains of student loan debt. Since then, Washington has only allowed this crisis to get worse — especially for people of color. Enough is enough," Warren said in a statement Tuesday.  

"Post-secondary education should be the springboard to enable students to achieve their dreams not the impediment that prevents the realization of those goals," Clyburn added. 

The bill would provide automatic cancellation using data already available to the federal government regarding household gross income and outstanding student loan debt. 

The Daily Wire also commented on Warren's contradictory pricing of her textbook and slamming of profitting off college students:

Last month, Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) introduced a bicameral bill to cancel the student loan debt of millions of Americans.

 

"My very first bill when I got to the Senate was legislation to tackle the growing student debt crisis because I was sick of Washington allowing the wealthy to pay less, while burying tens of millions of Americans in mountains of student loan debt. Since then, Washington has only allowed this crisis to get worse — especially for people of color. Enough is enough," said Warren when she and fellow Democrat House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn (D-S.C.) introduced the bill in late July, as reported by The Hill.

 

So why is the younger generation increasingly starting off their professional careers buried in debt? The senator's own textbooks, which are required reading in some college classes, provide a convenient glimpse at one of the many reasons: inflated textbook costs, only made possible by the dizzying federal loan cycle. As one student pointed out to The Daily Wire, the class he's taking this semester on bankruptcy requires him to purchase Warren's textbook and supplementary text that total over $300.

 

Currently on Amazon, a new copy of Warren's "The Law of Debtors and Creditors: Text, Cases, and Problems" costs students$258.97

If that's too pricey, you can always rent it for the relative "bargain" price of $122.49. If you need the 2019 statutory supplement "Bankruptcy and Article 9," though, you'll have to come up with another $60.00



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