Speaker Nancy Pelosi was quoted by a federal judge to put the nail in the coffin of President Joe Biden’s student debt transfer program, adding the program violates fundamental safeguards of liberty in the Constitution, adding Americans “are not ruled by an all-powerful executive with a pen and a phone.”
Job Creators Network (JCN) filed one of the challenges to Biden’s $400 billion vote-buying program – which Tuesday’s election numbers from college town seems to indicate was a huge success in that regard, making voters ages 18–29 the only age bracket to shift in Democrats’ favor – that Judge Mark Pittman of the Northern District of Texas struck down Thursday.
“The Constitution vests all legislative powers in Congress,” Pittman began, quoting Article I of the Constitution and Thomas Jefferson on the first page of his 26-page decision. The judge explained that the Constitution’s separation of powers, giving different powers to Congress, the president, and the courts, is foundational to the constitutional freedoms of American citizens.
On the very next page, the judge quoted Pelosi – who even after Tuesday’s disappointing GOP performance appears to be the outgoing Speaker – showcasing that even a liberal Democrat leader recognizes that the Constitution’s structural safeguards cannot be violated.- READ MORE