Thursday, July 18, 2024

Bureau of Labor Statistics Lied about Jobs to Help Dems Get Elected

'This is like claiming you were rich when you were actually bankrupt. This is a lie...'

(Ezekiel Loseke, Headline USA) President Joe Biden‘s Bureau of Labor Statistics (a division of the Department of Labor) fabricated a million jobs to influence the 2022 election, demonstrating the subversive influence of the administrative state on American politics.

In June, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released an overly optimistic job report, according to CNBC.

At the time, America was facing two consecutive quarters of a declining gross-domestic product, the very definition of a recession, according toFox News host Tucker Carlson, who addressed the scandalous cover-up during the opening monologue of his prime-time broadcast on Tuesday.

Desperate to avoid political blowback ahead of the 2022 election, it used the phony BLS report and attempted to redefine the very definition of “recession” in order to deny that the economy had already entered into one.

Woke media gatekeepers like Wikipedia were happy to go along with the web of lies since it was for a good cause.

A headline from leftist network CNBC claimed “jobs market defies recession fears” in its coverage of the BLS report.

However, the BLS report was a lie, as revealed in a new report produced by the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, according to the Washington Times.

Indeed, the original BLS report held that 1,047,000 new jobs had been created in the second quarter, but the new Federal Reserve report indicated that only 10,500 new jobs were created.

As Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., tweeted, the discrepancy is “an alarming difference of 1,000,000+ jobs.”

Carlson helpfully clarified the situation on his show by doing some elementary arithmetic.

“That’s less than 1% of the job growth the administration claimed,” he pointed out.

“That’s not a minor math mistake,” he continued. “This is like claiming you were rich when you were actually bankrupt. This is a lie.”

Unfortunately, the gaslighting worked, and the 2022 election was more of a draw than a red wave. Democrats held the Senate, and Republicans have only a razor-thin majority in the House.

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