Huh? 2.25 Million INITIAL Unemployment Claims Each Week In May, Yet Jobs Rose By 2.5 Million

Trump’s having a presser at 10:00 am, but don’t get to thinking he’ll have to explain that math, or answer any real, honest questions. Watch it here…

(by Half Dollar) Candidate Trump rightly called out the lies passed off as labor statistics under Obama.

Yet what does President Trump do?

Why self-praise, of course:

Because when you’re the greatest man to have ever walked on the face of this earth, in all of history, and for all of future history to come, I suppose that’s what you do.

Regardless, Donald “I don’t watch the stock market” Trump will be giving a news conference about the latest jobs report at 10:00 a.m. EST.

Here’s an embed from The White House YouTube Channel:

Of course, Trump’s press conferences notoriously start late.

Sadly, however, since real, authentic news coverage and reporting was flushed down the toilet years ago, in favor of only using MSM propagandists, I’d assume this news conference will be more of a campaign speech for Trump 2020 than anything else.

Needless to say, just yesterday, we reported on another nearly 2 million initial unemployment claims filed in the last week.

On top of that, the rolling 4-week average of INITIAL unemployment claims is over 2.25 million per week!

So, using a little simple math, 4 weeks (the month of May) times 2.25 million initial unemployment claims filed each week, equals 9 million people who filed unemployment insurance for the very first time.

And yet, the US economy, which includes Main Street literally burning to the ground beginning the last week of May, gained 2.5 million jobs?


I suppose the new math makes sense, or does it?