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Trump Haters Claim False Recession; Economy is Strongest It's Been in Years

Posted by Dan Jacobs on

Just last week, President Trump claimed his economic case for re-election in classic Trump fashion, stating "You have no choice but to vote for me because your 401(k)s will be down the tubes. Everything's gonna be down the tubes. So whether you love me or hate me, you got to vote for me."

But of course, uneducated democrats and liberals who have extreme, unreasonable hatred to our President state that it's all going down the tubes now. The hashtag #TrumpRecession is trending on Twitter, but does it have any grounds to stand on?

 

 

 

 

Of course it doesn't. These comfortable, coastal-living Dems are trying to hype up a recession in an attempt to cause mass hysteria in an effort to prevent President Trump's re-election.

"I've been saying for about two years  -- that I hope we have a recession, and people get mad at me," said Bill Maher, host of HBO's "Real Time with Bill Maher."

Yeah, uh, I wonder why. Maybe it's because during a recession, the average, everyday, working American suffer - not you. You and your rich friends and investors will be sitting pretty no matter how the economy pans out because you lie to Americans everyday.

In reality, the average American worker is getting paid more, the stock market is at an all time high, and unemployment rates are at an all time low. The only thing we have to fear about a recession right now is the fear of a recession.

Consumer spending - 2/3 of the economy - has gone up in July. I'm no economics professor, but that sounds like a good sign to me.

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What do you think about this recession hysteria?

Let me know in the comments!

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Dan
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