Bill Maher Speaks Out Against Biden’s Student Loan Handout

Bill Maher, the “Real Time” host on HBO, spoke out against President Joe Biden’s recent move to forgive more student loans. He proposed that he’s paying his tax dollars and it will be funding “Jew-hating” on college campuses.

While discussing the anti-Israel unrest that universities have been experiencing in recent weeks, Maher said that he gets so “incensed” at how many of the students participating in them have received federal aid.

“When I read about the college loans… ‘The Biden administration’s student debt cancelation will cost a combined $870 billion to $1.4 trillion. That’s a lot of debt forgiveness,” Maher said. “Colleges constantly raise tuition, then the kids take out more loans, and then the government comes by and pays those loans. Okay, so my tax dollars are supporting this Jew-hating? I don’t think so.”

Kellyanne Conway of Fox News was on the show as well, and said that the student loan forgiveness was unfair, saying that you “can’t have plumbers and pipefitters paying for the student loans of doctors and lawyers.”

Conway continued to say that it’s also not working because many youths right now are more worried and concerned over the Gaza war instead of their student loans. However, some argued that there are other matters that outshine the Israel war and have been covered in the news.

They also discussed how Trump has the majority of youth votes despite Biden’s attempts at pulling in younger voters. “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 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,” said Bloomberg Businessweek correspondent Joshua Green.

Conway ended her statement by talking about the lack of votes on the resolution for the war. “At the border, on our college campuses, by the way, in our halls of Congress, Congress, thirty-one Democrats voted against the resolution last October to condemn Hezbollah and Hamas,” she said.