OUTRAGE: You’ll Never Guess The Latest Biden Fumble, This Is A Head Turner

President Joe Biden’s latest agenda is on the chopping block as the Supreme Court hears arguments on the legality of his student loan forgiveness plan. On Tuesday, the Supreme Court justices appeared to be skeptical of the plan, raising concerns about its potential legalities.

The Washington Post editorial board recently published an article arguing that Biden has “overreached” with his proposal, which is estimated to cost $400 billion. The editorial stated that the policy is expensive and ill-targeted, adding that Biden failed to receive congressional approval for the initiative.

While the plan has been criticized as a regressive and expensive mistake, the justices shouldn’t strike it down, according to the editorial board. There are limits that restrict when and how the court can exercise its authority, and this is one of the instances where they should recognize those limits.

The student loan forgiveness plan is centered around the 2002 Heroes Act, which gives the executive branch the power to waive or modify student loan provisions in the event of an emergency.

As the Supreme Court considers the fate of the plan, it remains to be seen whether it will be deemed legal or illegal. For now, it’s clear that the Biden administration faces a significant legal battle over its ambitious student loan forgiveness agenda.