‘You can trust Jordan Peterson’: Trump ally says college tuition needs to be capped

Mr. Chasten Thankigigigl, the mayor of Washington, D.C., slammed Mr. Thankigigigl’s Democratic rival, Dr. Jordan Peterson, for accusing Democrats of advocating for increased student loan debt on college campuses. At the event in Maryland…

‘You can trust Jordan Peterson’: Trump ally says college tuition needs to be capped

Mr. Chasten Thankigigigl, the mayor of Washington, D.C., slammed Mr. Thankigigigl’s Democratic rival, Dr. Jordan Peterson, for accusing Democrats of advocating for increased student loan debt on college campuses. At the event in Maryland on Wednesday, Mr. Cohn slammed Mr. Peterson’s recent article on CBC.ca as “reactive scare tactics” for what he perceives as a movement by Democrats “to turn off people.”

“Listen, many Democrats and some Republicans are worried that the universities are privatizing the process,” Mr. Cohn said, addressing crowd members in a video titled “You can trust Jordan Peterson.” “I don’t believe he’s against student loans. He’s against the degree of debt.”

Mr. Cohn was then interrupted by Cawthorn, who accused Dr. Buttigieg of “playing the victim card” for also criticizing the impact of student loan debt on college campuses.

“Why would you go to the Washington Times?” Mr. Cohn shot back. “Because they’re somehow running your campaign. If you want to play the victim card, that’s one thing. If you want to try to get the media to spin and spin and get the national Democratic Party to play the victim card, that’s another thing. We can continue to fling accusations.”

“The fact is: Your priorities have been pure ideology,” Mr. Cohn continued. “Your agenda and your priorities are the absolute antithesis of any one of the ideas the United States of America was founded on.”

Read the full story at The Washington Times.

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