Another day, another economic record for the Trump administration. This one involves unemployment benefits hitting a 50-year low.
Those last two sentences alone should be enough to get the mainstream media to report, but they’re more concerned about getting 45 out of office than anything else.
Check it out…
U.S. employment numbers continue to get better. Data released yesterday showed the number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits fell to its lowest in almost 50 years last week.
Why it matters: More important than the single print was the direction of the trend. The 4-week moving average of initial claims fell to 201,250 last week, the lowest reading since November 1969.
Will the mainstream media care to report?
Of course not. They are far too concerned about impeaching a president who has been exonerated of colluding with Russia because that is what truly matters.
The left does not want unity. They want division until they have complete control.
Epoch Times has more:
Americans are increasingly foregoing unemployment benefits as the job market remains strong and the economy shows signs of acceleration.
The initial claims of jobless benefits dropped to 192,000 in the week ending April 13, down 5,000 from the week before (pdf). That means less than 59 out of 100,000 Americans applied for the benefits—a record low. Economists had forecast claims would rise to 205,000 in the latest week.
Meanwhile, retail sales in March increased by 1.6 percent—the most in 18 months—as households boosted purchases of motor vehicles and a range of other goods, the latest indication that economic growth picked up in the first quarter.
— Secretary Acosta (@SecretaryAcosta) April 14, 2019
When President Trump mentioned that black, Hispanic, and Asian unemployment has hit record low levels at the 2019 State of the Union address, Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) did nothing.
She didn’t stand. She didn’t clap.
And there’s proof.
For Republican voters, the answer is simple. All you have to do is check President Trump’s name on election day, 2020. Nobody else stands a chance.
Hold my beer, says former Massachusetts governor and 2016 Libertarian vice presidential candidate, Bill Weld.
Weld is now planning to run against Trump on the GOP side, come 2020.
Yes, for real.
Of the many, many, many Democrats running for president in 2020, John Hickenlooper is at the bottom in terms of name recognition.
The very bottom.
If elected president, which is funny to even type when it comes to Hickenlooper, the former governor of Colorado vowed, in front of race-baiter Al Sharpton, to pass a bill for slavery reparations.
You’d have to imagine John means he’d sign a bill, considering the executive branch doesn’t make law.