Hey CNN: The Latest Economic Numbers Are Pure Fire … Is That News?

Written by Wes Walker on July 5, 2019

Not that the PartisanPress ever shares news putting Trump in a good light if they can help it.

Remember when Obama and the ‘experts’ all scoffed at Trump’s claims that he’d fix the economy and bring back jobs?

Well, we’ keep reporting the economic numbers.

And each one keeps getting better than the last.

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To the point that some of the skeptics among the blue-check crowd in Twitter have begun admitting that Trump really did know what he was talking about.

And just in time for the Democrat debates — WAGES are up too!

Payroll growth rebounded sharply in June as the U.S. economy added 224,000 jobs, the best gain since January and running contrary to worries that both the employment picture and overall growth picture were beginning to weaken. The unemployment rate edged up to 3.7% as labor force participation rose, according to the Labor Department.

…Professional and business services led the job gains with 51,000, while health care added 35,000 and transportation and warehousing contributed another 24,000. Construction also added 21,000 and manufacturing, despite teetering on contraction recently, saw another 17,000 jobs added, above the 8,000 per month average in 2019 and getting closer to the 22,000 a month in 2018.

And what other economic news can we report?

Here’s how ‘Investopedia’ is describing it:

Perhaps the most exciting aspect of this chart is how bullish every sector has been during June and early July. The stock market is gaining bullish momentum. This tells me that – unless we see some surprisingly negative news during the upcoming earnings season – the uptrend on Wall Street is going to continue during Q3.

Both the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average came into the Independence Day holiday at their highest levels ever. The S&P 500 is currently sitting at 2,995.82, and the Dow is sitting at 26,966.

But of course — the Democrats are fighting over who can hit the brakes on the very policies that unleashed the roaring engine of the US Economy in the first place — cutting taxes and red tape and getting big government the hell out of the way of those who actually produce the wealth in this great nation.

So… are we to believe then, that this robust economy we are all looking at is a PROBLEM that needs to be solved?

The party that swung so far left they’re leaving Obama behind may not have a ‘magic wand’ to breathe LIFE into an economy…

… but they’ve more than proven they know where the brake pedal is.

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