Democrat Rep. Rashida Tlaib Wants Taxpayers To Pay Off All Student Loans – Including Hers (VIDEO)

When far left Democrats aren’t insisting that college should be free, they are demanding that taxpayers pay off their student loans.

Democrat Rep. Rashida Tlaib of Michigan even wants her own student loans paid off by taxpayers despite the fact that she makes $174,000 a year.

Isn’t it a conflict of interests for her to be calling for this?

KOMO News reports:

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Critics are slamming comments made by Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., arguing her complaints about her student loan debt proves federal bailouts would benefit the rich.

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“I worked full time, Monday through Friday, and took weekend classes to get my law degree. And still, close to $200,000 in debt. And I still owe over $70,000 and most of it was interest,” Tlaib said during oral arguments on the House floor.

“And guess what? I didn’t go to the for-profit entities, I went to legal aid, I worked at the nonprofit organization fighting for the right to breathe clean air, to fight for the worker that was getting their wage taken and stolen from their employer. I went and worked on immigrant rights and so much more,” she continued.

Tlaib makes $174,000 a year as a member of Congress.

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Here’s the video:

Tlaib got roasted on Twitter over this:

Conservative Americans are not even welcome on most college campuses.

Why should they have to pay for any of this?

 

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