Posted BY: RedState

President Joe Biden’s unilateral move to implement a student loan forgiveness plan that “will include at least $10,000 in loan forgiveness for borrowers who make less than $125,000 annually, as well as another payment freeze for roughly four months” has understandably set off a firestorm nationwide, with Republicans lining up to express their outrage over Biden’s actions.

But Republicans aren’t the only ones ripping Biden. He’s also faced intense criticism from some surprising corners, including from Rep. Chris Pappas (D-N.H.) who as we previously reported said on Wednesday that “This announcement by President Biden is no way to make policy and sidesteps Congress and our oversight and fiscal responsibilities.”

“Any plan to address student debt should go through the legislative process, and it should be more targeted and paid for so it doesn’t add to the deficit,” Pappas, who is said to be in a tough reelection battle, also stated.

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He wasn’t alone. Rep. Tim Ryan (D-Ohio), who is the Democratic nominee for the U.S. Senate, did his best to sound like a Republican.

“Waiving debt for those already on a trajectory to financial security sends the wrong message to the millions of Ohioans without a degree working just as hard to make ends meet,” he said.

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