It’s no secret that the economy of the United States severely declined under the current president. Time and time again, Biden has chosen to pass bills that drive up spending and inflation, rather than enabling the free market to recover from years of upheaval.
At the same time, the president is eager to make the country believe that all is well. On multiple occasions, his own press secretary has been caught flat-out lying about jobs, the number of folks getting back to work, etc.
Though in a new turn of events, the Tampa Free Press is drawing attention to signs that the US Labor Department may be working to run cover for the president.
Something Isn’t Adding Up
In a nutshell, it appears that the Labor Department is scaling back its evaluation metrics of the market to overinflate various employment gains in a way that appears favorable to Biden.
For instance, outlets like Zero Hedge documented the Labor Department rolling back the number of overall jobs being recorded. The end result of this has it looking like Biden added many more jobs to the market that exceeded economists’ expectations.
In Biden's America 🤡🤡
The Labor Department said Wednesday that the consumer price index, a broad measure of the price for everyday goods including gasoline, groceries and rents, rose 0.4% in April from the previous month, much faster than the 0.1% increase recorded in March.
— CW For Trading (@cwfortrading) May 11, 2023
In reality, if these numbers weren’t being fudged by the Labor Department, then Americans would get an accurate look at how grim the economy is truly doing with the Biden administration in charge.
Of course, the president is not missing a beat when it comes to promoting fudged data that’s not truly indicative of his economic contributions.
Meanwhile, Americans who live in the real world and see what’s happening are able to recognize that something isn’t adding up. On social media, Biden’s being called out for his policies that have inflated the national debt and otherwise caused problems.
🇺🇸 US national debt:
1st of January, 2000: $5.7 trillion
1st of January, 2010: $12.3 trillion
1st of January, 2020: $23.2 trillion
1st of May, 2023: $31.4 trillion.
— World of Statistics (@stats_feed) May 5, 2023
At this rate, it’s only a matter of time before more government agencies are discovered to be in Biden’s pocket.This article appeared in New Vision News and has been published here with permission.