So They are People! Dept. of Ed. Includes 'Unborn Children' in Student Aid Form Question

Nick Kangadis | December 14, 2021

With student loan payments ready to resume in February, many borrowers are preparing for the resumption in monthly payments. 

Yours truly is one of those with student loan debt, so I wanted to be proactive and begin the paperwork necessary in order to resume said payments. And if you were smart, you still made some level of payment while the “pause” was on. Those who did made a big dent in the interest portion of the student loan total.

In filling out paperwork on the Department of Education’s Federal Student Aid website, I was asked a bunch of questions, but one stood out because of its wording.

“How many children, including unborn children, are in your family and receive more than half of their support from you?” the prompt asked.

Notice how the question states, “including UNBORN children.”

Does this mean that the federal government considers an unborn baby, what the left will typically tell you is merely a “fetus” or “clump of cells,” as a human being? I mean, they didn’t have to include “unborn children” in the question, but they did.

Here’s a screenshot of the question:


When it comes to money, the federal government leaves no one out — not even an “unborn” child.