Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett Again Declines to Block Joe Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness Plan


US Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett on Friday declined to block Joe Biden’s unconstitutional student loan forgiveness plan.

Joe Biden unilaterally announced a massive forgiveness of student loans in August.

Biden canceled up to $10,000 in student debt for borrowers who earn $125,000 a year or less and up to $20,000 for recipients of Pell Grants, NBC News reported.

Recall, the Pacific Legal Foundation, a conservative firm in Indiana, sued Joe Biden and filed an appeal with the Supreme Court. 

Amy Coney Barrett, who’s in charge of emergency applications from the 7th Circuit, declined to hear the challenge from the Indiana-based law firm.

Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan is currently on hold after the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals issued an emergency stay in response to a lawsuit spearheaded by 6 Republican states.

CNBC reported:

The Supreme Court on Friday rejected a second request to block the Biden administration’s student loan debt relief program.

Justice Amy Coney Barrett denied an emergency application to block the program brought by the Pacific Legal Foundation, a conservative legal group, on behalf of two borrowers in Indiana. On Oct. 20, Barrett rejected a similar request.

Caleb Kruckenberg, an attorney at Pacific Legal Foundation, in an emailed statement said, “We’re disappointed by today’s denial but will continue to fight this program in court.”

“Practically since this program was announced, the administration has sought to avoid judicial scrutiny,” Kruckenberg said. “Thus far they have succeeded. But that does not change the fact that this program is illegal from stem to stern.”

Last month the Brown County Taxpayers Association filed an emergency appeal with the Supreme Court to block Biden’s student loan forgiveness program shortly after the Biden Regime began accepting applications from borrowers.

Justice Amy Coney Barrett blocked the Wisconsin-based organization last month without comment.

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