Over 26% of working-age Americans are unemployed, not the phony 6.7% reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
For 42 consecutive weeks since last March, record numbers of jobless US workers filed claims for unemployment insurance (UI) help — with no end to what’s going on in prospect.
Over 26% of working-age Americans are unemployed, not the phony BLS reported 6.7%.
Its data are part of mass deception about the dismal state of things for ordinary Americans — enduring the nation’s Greatest Depression.
The worst of things likely lies ahead. Wall Street on Parade editors slammed the WSJ’s editorial board, saying:
After “coddl(ing) Trump for his entire four years in office…(it’s) now calling for (him) to resign.”
“There is no line (he) hasn’t crossed over the past four years, constitutionally or otherwise.”
During the Greatest US Depression last year into this one, he stiff-armed jobless and other disadvantaged Americans in need.
Throughout his tenure, he served privileged interests exclusively at the expense of most others at home and…
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