so i fixed my issue, but not how i thought i was going to. I was unaware though learned that i could delete and recreate the linux-swap. Being this was on a VM i added the extra space and the swap was in the middle so i could not resize the partition. I ended up using gparted to delete the swap, change the partition size, and recreate the swap i now have nearly a TB of space and should be good to go.
One word of warning if you did something like me and tried to create a second drive and used /etc/fstab to mount the second drive on boot you will need to remove this change before reboot because otherwise you will learn what debian emergency mode is.