Daines: Montanans Should Not be on the Hook For Antisemitic Criminals’ Student Loans

U.S. Senator Steve Daines joined Senator Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) in introducing the “No Bailouts for Campus Criminals Act” which would make any individual who is convicted of a state or federal offense in connection with a campus protest ineligible for any federal student loan relief.

“The very universities that tout diversity and inclusion are enabling anti-Jew, pro-terror groups to wreak havoc on their campuses and harm Jewish students with violent, antisemitic threats. If any is student involved in a crime related to these immoral, un-American protests, their federal aid should be revoked. Freedom-loving Americans shouldn’t be on the hook to pay off student loans for criminals who advocate for terror and hatred,” said Daines.

Read the full text of the bill HERE.

Daines also joined Senator Tim Scott (R-S.C.) in introducing a resolution condemning the recent outbreak of antisemitism on U.S. college campuses, calling out university presidents who have enabled the harmful acts and urging the Biden Department of Education to take necessary action in protecting Jewish students.