How could that possibly work, you say. The economy is the economy, impervious to, well, just about anything except the high taxes and onerous business regulations and political uncertainty that stifled it for eight years under Bronco Bama.
Not so. “…because the condition of the economy, to a great extent, is what you say it is or, more importantly, feel it is or can convince others that it is. It’s wide open to legerdemain. Economic success is governed almost as much by raw emotion as at is by the reality of profit and loss. What is the mood of consumers? What is the mood of big business, entrepreneurs, etc.?”
So the Progs and their Leftist buddies are taking every opportunity to undermine Trump by “sabotag[ing] the economy by jawing it down, by making it sound worse than it is” with the help of the anti-Trump fake news.
For instance a piece I read the other day claimed more people were living in their vehicles than ever before, quoting some people in California and South Dakota. Sure, California, land of high taxes and higher rents, but South Dakota?
“These cries of economic disaster will only grow more intense as we approach the mid-terms. Every little statistical waver will [be] blown way out of… proportion. Schumer and Pelosi will say that bread lines are imminent.”