This Economic News hurts Biden far more than HunterGate

This Economic News hurts Biden far more than HunterGate

Have you seen the economic news that came out this morning? Holy smokes, is it tremendous.

President Trump has been assuring the country all along that once these state-imposed lockdowns started to end, our economy would come roaring back.

And from this economic news, it’s clear that, once again, President Trump was right.

This is the benefit of having an economy built on a strong foundation rather than a bed of sand.

Let’s be honest, if the Trump economy was built on a bed of sand, there would be no coming back from the state-imposed, pandemic-response lockdowns.

But by targeting onerous regulations and crippling taxes, by renegotiating trade deals that resulted in jobs coming back to the US, President Trump’s economy was built, not on sand, but a solid foundation.

This economic news is yet another “Promises Made. Promises Kept” moment for President Trump. And it is the very last thing the Biden campaign wanted.

Central to Joe’s campaign focus on COVID has been the claim that President Trump took the mythical super-strong economy of the Obama years and trashed it. And only Joe Biden, economic genius that he is, can save our economy the same way he “saved” the economy with the boondoggle known as the Stimulus.

In short, Biden’s economic message relies entirely on the economy languishing in lockdown malaise.

And this economic news completely destroys Biden’s messaging.

We’re not languishing in malaise; we’re roaring back — just as the President said we would.

There’s a reason that, despite the economic downturn caused by the pandemic response, 56% of Americans say they are better off today than they were four years ago.

We know instinctively that the rock-solid foundation on which the Trump economy is built could withstand even the reckless and short-sighted state-imposed lockdowns.

The fact is, this economic news will do far more damage to Joe on election day than the growing scandal involving Hunter.

Because at the end of the day, kitchen table issues are far more important to voters. Americans vote for their best interests, and a strong economy is in everyone’s best interest.

Well, everyone except Team Biden.

Knowing that the President was right — that the economic pain from the state-imposed lockdowns wasn’t enough to keep this roaring economy down – will matter far more to voters than the fact that Joe is a corrupt, scheming politician kanoodling with Communist China.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying Biden’s corruption doesn’t matter. But the truth is voters care far more about the issues that touch them personally. And a booming, resilient economy is something even those who can’t grasp the Biden scandal can wrap their minds around.

So why vote for the guy who promises, without evidence, that he can turn the economy around when President Trump isn’t just promising to do it, he already is.

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10 thoughts on “This Economic News hurts Biden far more than HunterGate

  • October 29, 2020 at 11:52 am

    What are your thoughts on people wishing to change their early votes?

    • October 29, 2020 at 12:09 pm

      I think my strenuous objection to early voting has merit.

      • October 29, 2020 at 8:27 pm

        No early voting. Election Day is Election Day, just like Christmas Day is Christmas Day and New Year’s Day is New Year’s Day.

  • October 29, 2020 at 1:33 pm

    When it comes to the economy, I trust Trump 100%.
    I know Biden is as corrupt as the day is long, but what bothers me just as much is the rampant drug use and pedophilia within that family.

  • October 29, 2020 at 3:04 pm

    Joe Biden is the real MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE. Not the film one like Frank Sinatra or Denzel Washington.

  • October 29, 2020 at 3:51 pm

    Come on, we all know it was Obama and Biden who laid the great economic foundation and are responsible for the great growth. Just ask either one (Obama will claim credit for anything anyway, and Biden will say he would never vote for anyone in the GDP, except maybe Reagan). /sarc

    • October 29, 2020 at 8:29 pm

      Yea, Plugs Biden a/k/a Bite Me keeps telling us that all the “good things” the Kenyan Marxist’s administration did were ruined by Trump.

      Geez, that man is beyond incredibly insane. Frightening to think he could have access to the nuclear football.

  • October 29, 2020 at 7:53 pm

    Every time hear one of Obama’s sycophants exclaim “Thanks Obama” for any good economic news I want to throw up. That idiot Obama and his cluster-fuck VP did more harm to the American economy that a whole squadron of Tupolev bombers could have done to our industrial heartland. Zippy likes to claim the lower gas prices are the result of his genius when in reality they’re only lower because most of the fracking exploration and recovery occurred on PRIVATE land. Zippy having the forethought to lock down federal land from exploration. The good economic news? That all DJT, finally someone that loves America in the White House. Geez!!!!

  • October 30, 2020 at 12:11 am

    It’s been said: Leftist are afraid of the economic success that accrues from unbinding the American financial forces — they want to “control” all that power and can’t have it just running free


  • October 30, 2020 at 1:50 am

    It’s too bad the people in the dark blue areas don’t get to participate in the economic recovery, but elections do have consequences.

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