Appeals Court Just BLOCKED Biden’s Scheme!

The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals has issued an administrative stay order against the U.S. Department of Education and the Biden regime, preventing them from implementing the grand, socialistic wealth redistribution scheme to “cancel” federally backed student loans.

The Court has granted the stay while it considers a case brought by six Republican-led states which have filed suit to block the executive order. The effort has effectively frozen the curiously timed move that many have characterized as outright vote-buying, just days before it was to begin.

According to The Associated Press, some  22 million student loan debtors have applied for the program and in spite of the ‘stay’ order, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre has encouraged more to continue applying.

On Oct. 20, after U.S. District Judge Henry Autrey of St. Louis ruled that the states, namely Nebraska, Missouri, Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas and South Carolina lacked “standing” to sue and “the Court lacks jurisdiction to hear this case,” the appeal was filed almost immediately.

Autrey wrote,

“Standing is a threshold inquiry; it requires focus on the part[ies] seeking to have [their] complaint heard in a federal court, and it eschews evaluation of the merits. The court is not to consider the weight or significance of the alleged injury, only whether it exists.” Coalition for the Environment v. Volpe, 504 F.2d 156, 168 (8th Cir. 1974) (emphasis added). Therefore, the case will be dismissed for lack of jurisdiction.”

In a shock decision to many conservatives, U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Amy Coney Barrett who hears appeals from the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals refused to block the Biden regime’s scheme in a separate suit from the Brown County Taxpayers Association according to NPR.

Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson, one of six Attorneys General leading the lawsuit said in a statement. “We are pleased the temporary stay has been granted, It’s very important that the legal issues involving presidential power be analyzed by the court before transferring over $400 billion in debt to American taxpayers.”

The AP reported that The Congressional Budget Office said the move from the Biden regime Dept. of Education will cost taxpayers approximately $400 Billion.

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