Resistbot Petition: Vote no on privatizer Andrew Biggs for Social Security Advisory Board!Resistbot Petition: Vote no on privatizer Andrew Biggs for Social Security Advisory Board!

An open letter to the U.S. Senate

Vote no on privatizer Andrew Biggs for Social Security Advisory Board!

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I’m writing with great concern that Andrew Biggs has been nominated to serve on the Social Security Advisory Board. Once confirmed he’d be one of 7 members responsible for directly advising the President, as well as Congress and the Commissioner of Social Security, on policy, administration, and implementation. Mr. Biggs has spent his entire life advocating for the privatization of Social Security and the dismantling of benefits millions of American seniors rely on every day and millions more are counting on for retirement. In 2013, Biggs testified before the Senate in favor of raising the retirement age for Social Security, advocating for taking years worth of earned benefits away from every American. Back in 2005, he was instrumental in President George W. Bush’s attempt to privatize Social Security. His position has never changed, which is why the New York Times Editorial Board called him “a zealous advocate of privatizing Social Security.” I’m asking you to oppose his confirmation. Andrew Biggs must not be confirmed and Social Security must be protected. Thanks.

▶ Created on May 20, 2022 by Jess Craven

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