Today’s Campaign Update, Part II
(Because The Campaign Never Ends)
Hmmmm…what could possibly be the reason for this? So hard to guess… – By now you’ve likely seen the news about today’s massive November jobs report for the U.S. Trump economy: 266,000 new jobs created for November, record low unemployment rate of 3.5%, record low unemployment rates for Blacks, Hispanics and women, and a 3.1% year-over-year real wage growth. Combine that with an inflation rate of just 1.4%, and you have a U.S. economy performing at peak performance levels.
But hey, you don’t have to believe me – just ask Jim Cramer, no fan of President Trump, who responded thusly on CNBC Friday morning:
Oh, and the jobs report was even better than its top-line number, with September and October’s initial low-ball numbers being upwardly revised by a total of another 41,000 jobs. Given the undeniable trend of about 80% of the initial jobs reports coming from the anti-Trump bureaucracy at the Labor Dept. having to be revised upwards, it is very likely that the November number will also end up being revised substantially higher in the next 30 to 60 days. That of course is a complete reversal of the revision trend during the Obama years, when the friendly bureaucrats would regularly publish inflated initial reports that would later be quietly revised downwards.
But it gets even better than that.
Up in Canada, whose boy prince Justin Trudeau was caught on video mocking President Trump at the NATO summit earlier this week, the government had to admit to a whopping LOSS in November of 71,200 jobs. According to the Financial Post, this was the worst monthly jobs report since 2009, and lowers the total job growth in Canada for 2019 to just 285,000. Thus, the U.S. economy just added virtually the same number of jobs in one month that Canada has added for the entire year.
Let’s all remember as well that Trudeau has reportedly urged Nancy Pelosi to hold up approval of the U.S./Mexico/Canada trade agreement (USMCA) for political reasons, and has spent his time in office following the Obama program of layering more and more national regulations over his country’s economy. At the same time, Trump has repealed more regulations than the past six presidential administrations combined.
Gosh, wonder if that’s had an impact? You think?
Interestingly, all of this only serves to emphasize the tin-eared buffonery of Quid Pro Joe Biden, who, after Trudeau’s mocking of a U.S. President on foreign soil, actually produced the following campaign ad to try to take partisan advantage of the incident:
The reality, of course, is that Biden still cannot grasp the fact that Trump was elected largely due to the fact that so many Americans detest elitist leftist nitwits like Justin Trudeau. Trudeau’s mocking of a U.S. President will only help Mr. Trump get re-elected next November, and the Trump Campaign will no doubt use Biden’s tin-eared ad as a tool in its arsenal should Biden end up being the Democrat nominee.
The fact that Democrats like Biden and San Fran Nan Pelosi, who also mocked the duly elected U.S. President on foreign soil earlier this week, celebrate when our country’s leader is disrespected by these globalist clowns tells us all we need to know about their true nature. And that true nature is very, very ugly indeed.
That is all.
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