Rep. Markwayne Mullin: Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness Plan Is All About Buying Votes In The Midterms

Oklahoma Republican Senate nominee Markwayne Mullin joins Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla to weigh in on President Biden’s plan to cancel $10,000 of federal student loan debt for certain people making less than $125.000 a year.

“No one made you take out that student loan. No one made you decide to get that degree. No one but you. You made that decision. And that’s called responsibility, because the 60 percent of the taxpayers that didn’t go to college, they still had to pay off their mortgage. They still have to pay their car payments. They still have to pay other loans for their credit cards. So why is it that they’re doing this just for the student loans? It’s because 17 weeks ago, President Biden said that in the coming weeks, we’re going to release what we’re going to do for student loans. He waits until the midterm elections because he knows that these same individuals that voted for him last time that have these student loans, this generation that was that was a system that was woke on all of our campuses are now waking up to what the woke means, that they don’t have a job, that the opportunities aren’t still there, that inflation is is killing their bottom line and they’re not supporting him anymore. So he’s trying to buy their vote.”

Rep. Mullin tells Jimmy about how impactful former President Trump’s endorsement was for him. To hear what else he had to say, listen to the podcast!