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Jorge Masvidal Asks Joe Biden ‘Who Pays the Student Loan?’

Jorge Masvidal is unimpressed with Joe Biden’s recent decision to forgive some US student loans. It’s just the latest issue he’s had with the president’s economic agenda, which he says will lead to higher taxes for everyone.

Masvidal has become something of a political player ahead of the 2020 election, campaigning for Donald Trump on a “Fighters Against Socialism” bus tour alongside Trump’s family. Since Joe Biden won the election, Masvidal has shared his displeasure with the current administration’s handling of inflation, gas prices and now student debt relief.

In a new tweet, Masvidal wrote:

“Who pays the student loan? More taxes mean less money for everyone.”

Who pays the student loan? More taxes mean less money for everyone.

Biden’s student loans executive action writes off between $10,000 and $20,000 in student loan debt for 20 million Americans. It also limits the amount of payments and the amount of interest charged to debtors in the future. The move is estimated to cost the government $300 billion, which is $100 billion less than the amount of loan forgiveness given to businesses that applied for PPP loans during the COVID-19 pandemic.

I never voted for #POTUS before. I humbly voted for the first time for @realDonaldTrump stop the spread of socialism. To reduce our taxes. To bring our troops back. To bring back our jobs. To lower gasoline prices. To protect our freedom #the election

Jorge Masvidal responds to Leon Edwards coach by sending him ‘to the back of the line’

After losing twice to dominant welterweight champion Kamaru Usman, Jorge Masvidal was stuck in a tight spot. As long as Usman held the belt, earning another title shot would be extremely unlikely. Luckily for “Gamebred,” Leon Edwards knocked out Usman at UFC 278, opening the title shot.

While Edwards and Masvidal are in bad blood after a violent backstage altercation in 2019, Edwards’ coach recently said that Masvidal was sent “to the back of the line”. Masvidal responded to this statement on Twitter, writing:

“I don’t disrespect my elders, so God bless you sir, and I hope you give your boy the best advice you can. The funny thing is, if your boy loses to Usman, you and beg him again. Good luck, I’m rooting for you guys.”

While a trilogy fight between Leon Edwards vs. Kamaru Usman is the obvious fight to fight, there are still questions about whether Usman will be able to return in early 2023 given the severity of the knockout he suffered in the UFC. 278. If for some reason ‘The Nigerian Nightmare’ is unavailable for Edwards’ first title defense, there will be fierce competition between fighters like Jorge Masvidal, Khamzat Chimaev and Colby Covington for the contender’s spot. #1.

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