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“I gave my entire student loan to the Elizabeth Warren campaign because she will forgive my loan debt anyway”

Brave college students are thinking outside the box to ensure the financial well-being of our nation

Our analytics show that Elizabeth Warren has a greater than 95% chance of winning the general election in 2020. This means that our country will finally be economically stable as everything will be managed under Elizabeth Warren’s expertise. One of her promises, of course, to forgive all student loan debt.

This is why many students who have already received their financial aid disbursements are opting to take out as much in federal student loans as possible to donate directly to the Elizabeth Warren campaign. In doing so, they ensure that she will be kept in the race, so that when she inevitably wins, she will forgive all student loans anyway – it’s a win/win.

For the Spring 2020 quarter, I have taken out over $15,000 in student loans, which is of course more than I needed to. I gave my entire student loan to the Elizabeth Warren campaign because she will forgive my loan debt anyway. This is called being financially responsible and it’s time for our country to have a leader who thinks the same.

  • Sandra Karenson, 19, UC Irvine

More and more college students are donating the entirety of their federal student loans to the Elizabeth Warren campaign since she will be forgiving them anyway when she wins. If more college students do this, the general populace of America will be better and our country will finally be respected once more.

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