The lockdowns have now showed the people the true problem, the unemployment rate is the highest in the cities that were locked down the longest, they kept the people from working and businesses closed.
Conspiracy no more, D mayors pushing UBI. It has begun, mayor wants Bitcoin mined on the balance sheet.
Trump and the Patriots created a plan to remove the swamp. The plan was telegraphed in many ways, but the most obvious was the portrait of Andrew Jackson. We the people were warned about the plan, the reason for this is so we the people can push back on it.
The Deep State [DS] is panicking, their plan is out in the open and everyone can now see it. The push of racism is no long working, the majority sees through all of this. We always had more than we know.
- US unemployment trends are very location-specific, something the national data obviously fails to capture. By looking at state- and city-level data we can more accurately assess both how far the domestic labor market has recovered and what factors will drive unemployment/labor force participation trends from here.
- Two points on this topic:
- #1: The current difference in unemployment rates across US states are very large (March 2021 data here).
- 12 states are already back to essentially full employment (2 – 4 percent unemployment): Nebraska, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, New Hampshire, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Alabama, Montana, Wisconsin and Indiana.
- 19 states have unemployment between 4 – 6 percent (note: March national joblessness was 6.0 percent): Minnesota, Missouri, Oklahoma, Arkansas, North Dakota, Georgia, Florida, Ohio, Maine, Kentucky, Tennessee, Michigan, South Carolina, Virginia, North Carolina, Wyoming, Washington, West Virginia and Oregon.
- 8 states have unemployment rates between 6.1 and 7.0 percent, or close to the national level: Maryland, Mississippi, Colorado, Delaware, Alaska, Arizona, Massachusetts and Texas.
- That leaves 11 states with noticeably higher unemployment rates (over 7 percent), and several are in the most populous areas of the country:
- California (12 pct of US population): 8.3 percent unemployment
- New York (6 pct): 8.5 percent unemployment
- Illinois (4 pct): 7.1 percent unemployment
- Pennsylvania (4 pct): 7.3 percent unemployment
- New Jersey (3 pct): 7.7 percent unemployment
- Smaller states with +7 percent unemployment: Rhode Island, Louisiana, Nevada, Connecticut, New Mexico, and Hawaii.
- Takeaway: US unemployment is clustered in a handful of states (CA, NY, IL, PA, and NJ), with much of the rest of the country already approaching, near, or at full employment.
- #2: American big city joblessness is a large part of the country’s overall unemployment challenge, as these 2 points show:
- New York City unemployment Rate: 11.2 pct (March)
- Los Angeles: 10.9 pct (March)
- Chicago: 7.7 pct (March)
- Philadelphia: 11.2 pct (Feb data)
- A group of 43 Democratic mayors from across the country is backing plans to provide certain low-income residents with a universal basic income.
- Called Mayors for a Guaranteed Income (MGI), the group argues that “economic security isn’t a new challenge or a partisan issue.” The way to end or reduce poverty, they argue, is to guarantee a certain level of income to low-income residents with no strings attached.
- According to a Pew Research Center survey conducted last year, 54% of adults surveyed said they opposed a federally funded guaranteed income.
- Of the 11,000 adults surveyed, two-thirds of respondents between the ages of 18 and 29 “strongly” or “somewhat” favored a UBI. More than half of all other age groups opposed the idea; nearly three-quarters of adults age 65 and older oppose it. Sixty-four percent of whites surveyed opposed it, whereas 73% of Backs and 63% of Hispanics favored it. Nearly 80% of Republicans opposed it, whereas 66% of Democrats supported it, the Pew survey found.
- Senate Banking Committee Republicans urged President Joe Biden against taking actions that could result in higher energy costs ahead of the White House climate summit.
- The Republican senators referenced reports that the administration has privately pressured banks into making commitments related to climate change, according to a letter they sent to the White House .
- The senators, led by Senate Banking Committee ranking member Pat Toomey, argued that economic growth would slow and energy costs would increase if the federal government continued with such coercive behavior.
- “These commitments would result in discrimination against lawful U.S. energy companies and their employees,” the letter stated. “The apparent objective of this effort is not to protect investors, but to punish lawful energy companies by deterring lending to, and investment in, such firms.”
- Forcing banks to change lending practices was among the potential policies about which Republicans expressed concern. They warned the administration against forcing banks not to lend to energy companies that don’t meet global warming standards.
- “There’s $174 billion for weatherising houses, which never gets to energy efficiency, to meet the cost. There’s about $100 billion for electric cars,” Paul also noted.
- “There’s $10 billion for some kind of army of climate change people, some kind of climate corps youth which I think has connotations in our history of these sort of government informed youths out there marching for things that the government tells them to do,” the Senator further warned.
- The Civilian Climate Corps Act, introduced along with the new deal Tuesday says that a civilian army should exist “to mobilize the next generation of conservation and resilience workers and maximize the creation of accessible training opportunities and good jobs.”
- The chief of the Pentagon’s Central Command said on Tuesday the U.S. military may keep troops near Afghanistan after the delayed withdrawal planned for September 11, 2021.
- The Taliban also vowed to return to active war with American troops in between May and September.
- Regular exercise reduces the chances of dying from infectious diseases such as COVID-19 by more than a third and makes people 31% less likely to catch the virus, a major study has found.
- The world’s first study into the link between exercise and COVID-19 immunity suggested people need to be doing 30 minutes a day, five days a week, or 150 minutes a week of exercise that gets them at least slightly out of breath.
- Recommended activities include walking, running, cycling and strengthening exercises.
- White House press secretary Jen Psaki insisted Wednesday that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other federal agencies were unlikely to issue recommendations regarding whether unvaccinated people ought to be excluded from certain public and private spaces.
- “Obviously, private-sector businesses and entities are going to set their own standards,” Psaki told reporters.
- Yet, with only roughly 25% of the country fully vaccinated,
- The Biden administration is struggling to incentivize certain segments of the population to become vaccinated,
- A petition drive in Michigan that is seeking to repeal a law that underpins many of Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s restrictive COVID-19 executive orders has enough valid signatures to proceed up the chain that leads to the state legislature, which could drive the final nail in its coffin, documents show.
- Unlock Michigan, needed 340,047 signatures to obtain certification from the state’s Bureau of Elections, a necessary precondition to send the matter to the state’s GOP-led legislature. An April 19 staff report from the Michigan Secretary of State’s office (pdf) estimated at a 100 percent confidence level that the petition drive had amassed 460,358 valid signatures out of a total filing that contained just over 538,000 signatures. The document also features a recommendation that the petition be certified.
Joe Biden has been in Washington DC for 48 years So if the “systemic racism” he’s lecturing America about today is actually real, why didn’t he do anything to fix it over the last half century he was in power?
- The Justice Department is launching an investigation into the Minneapolis Police Department following the conviction of former police officer Derek Chauvin, Attorney General Merrick Garland announced Wednesday.
- The investigation will dive into how the police department handles protests and is separate from another Justice Department currently looking into whether Chauvin infringed upon George Floyd’s civil rights, according to The New York Times.
- A fair trial might have come to the same conclusion. But we’ll never know, and never be able to trust this outcome, because America’s left purposefully made a fair trial impossible.
- Given the circumstances of the trial, however, it’s extremely hard to believe the jury was solely concerned with either truth or justice. It’s extremely hard, if not impossible, for any thinking person not to have a reasonable doubt about the outcome.
- We know the judge in the case refused to sequester jurors from media coverage and outside influences during the trial, and that the pressure conveyed to them was beyond intense. It was made perfectly clear to them that the nation would be engulfed in flames if they expressed they did in fact have a reasonable doubt over whether Floyd’s death was Chauvin’s fault.
- The entire bloody year of 2020, in which unprecedented and murderous riots swept the nation, was premised on the incident that led to this trial. At least 30 people died amid waves of riots that widely used Floyd’s death as the pretext. The Floyd riots have caused the most high-dollar damage in U.S. history, an estimated $2 billion.
- That was all before the verdict. During the Chauvin trial itself, “hundreds” of rioters smashed buildings and assaulted police nearby in the aftermath of another officer-involved shooting. Minneapolis police put up razor wire around their offices in preparation for the verdict announcement. So did police and cities across the nation.
- National Guard troops were deployed in Minnesota and D.C. in anticipation of the verdict announcement.
- The jurors knew that the media covering the trial and looking at their faces every day for three weeks knows who they are. An in-state newspaper even signaled to the jurors its willingness to expose them to the violent mobs roving Minnesota over the last year by publishing descriptions of the jurors in advance of the verdict. Those descriptions published in the Minneapolis Star-Tribune contained age, race, location, profession, even immigration history.
- You think jurors would have been willing to have themselves and their families go into witness protection to venture a reasonable doubt about Chauvin’s potential contribution to Floyd’s death? You think they’d be willing to trade their lives plus nationwide violence for one stranger’s? If you think that, you know nothing about human nature.
- . The witness’s former house — half a country away from the trial, in northern California — was also doused in blood
- Rep. AOC told her followers, “”I don’t want this moment to be framed as this system working… This is not justice. It’s not justice. And I’ll explain to you why this is not justice
- Ami Horowitz interviewed several people who were attending the memorial to get their take on things like… burning the city down and using violence against white people.
- “Burn the whole city down, what does it matter?” one of the women asked. “I say burn the city down, y’know? So they can see that we’re here,” another woman asserted.
- One of the women went on to say that Derek Chauvin should not have received a trial at all.
- “There shouldn’t even be a trial, he should be convicted just as is,” she said.
- One of the women said that she believed that “thousands” of unarmed black men were killed last year in the United States — the number is actually 18.
- They all also seemed to agree that there is a “genocide” happening to African Americans — and “anyone who isn’t white.”
- When asked about a second Civil War, one young woman said “if that’s what it takes, then we have to do it.”
Apr 20, 2021Biden’s first 100 days are up in 10 days. By then we need him to #End1033, which transfers military equipment into the hands of police across the country– including school & campus police. Another example? The military you see out on your streets ahead of the Chauvin verdict.@BlklivesmatterBiden is currently sending more military equipment to our neighborhoods than Trump did. You read that right. Our communities are being terrorized at a greater rate than they had been under Trump.4:47 PM · Apr 20, 2021
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Then v Now
Compare & Contrast
“The Associated Press news agency entered a formal cooperation with the Hitler regime in the 1930s, supplying American newspapers with material directly produced and selected by the Nazi propaganda ministry, archive material unearthed by a German historian has revealed.”
“To that extent it is fair to say that these pictures played their part in disguising the true character of the war led by the Germans.”
HOW DID HITLER GAIN POWER?
WHAT EVENTS CREATED [POPULATION DEFIANCE [extremism]] THE INSURRECTION?
Global economic depression?
Huge rise in unemployment?
“Germans began to lose faith in democracy and looked to extreme parties on the both the Left (the communists) and the Right (the Nazis) for quick and simple solutions.”
“When people are unemployed, hungry and desperate, as millions were in Germany between 1930 and 1933, they often turn to extreme political parties offering simple solutions to their problems. Between 1930 and 1933 support for the extreme right-wing Nazis and the extreme left-wing communists soared.”
MSDNC “peaceful protests”
MSDNC propaganda campaign?
MSDNC information warfare campaign?
MSDNC “POTUS MUST BE REMOVED” push years 1-now?
COVID-19 > global economic depression?
[D]party > BLM race push_reparations?
COVID-19 > huge rise in unemployment [40mm]?
Insurrection [riots, city takeover(s), remove police (weaken), property destroy, assault(s), murder, release by [D] Gov/Mayor(s) back-to-streets (safezone(s)), division, hostility, race war, etc.?
END GOAL THEN V NOW?
Understanding the past helps to understand the present.
The judge already stated that the conviction will be overturned.
Later on there will be an appeal,
The stakes were too high to mess around with court battles, and Trump didn’t want to expose our capabilities by going public with what he did in preparation for devolution.
Democrat politicians are facing MASSIVE pushback, “RACISM!” no longer working
Woke corporations are losing money hand over fist.
Trump always knew they were going to steel the election, he mentioned this over and over in his tweets
The so called election laws that were in place would have made it impossible to reverse the election
Trump, Q have been sharing the plan, remember that portrait of Andrew Jackson hanging in his office, well AJ got rid of the CB but what else happened to AJ. Election fraud/theft
The election of 1828 was arguably one of the most significant in United States history, ushering in the era of political campaigns and paving the way for the solidification of political parties. The previous election, of 1824, had seen John Quincy Adams become president although his opponent Andrew Jackson had earned the most electoral votes. Because no candidate won a majority of the electoral vote, however, that election was decided by the House of Representatives in Adams’s favour after fellow candidate and Speaker of the House Henry Clay (who finished fourth) threw his support behind Adams. Adams subsequently appointed Clay his secretary of state, giving merit to rumours of a “corrupt bargain” in the eyes of Jackson supporters. During the contested election of 1824, followers of Henry Clay and John Quincy Adams began calling themselves National Republicans, and backers of Andrew Jackson emerged as Democratic Republicans. By the election of 1828, the Jacksonians had become known simply as the Democrats. Unlike previous elections, in which the parties’ congressional delegations would generally gather to nominate a candidate (this had failed to coalesce support around a single candidate among the Democratic-Republicans in 1824), this election was the first in which a majority of states held conventions to endorse a candidate.
By 1828 selection of presidential electors was being decided by the voters in all but two states, and public opinion was becoming more important than ever before. Jackson’s supporters established pro-Jackson newspapers and helped to distribute information and election material. Both sides organized rallies, parades, and other public events to promote their chosen candidate.
Personalities and slander played a large part in the 1828 election. Jackson and his wife, Rachel, despite their long marriage, had been vilified in campaign pamphlets as adulterers. News of Jackson’s proclivities for dueling and gambling became embellished and widespread. The mudslinging was just as fierce from Jackson’s supporters, portraying Adams not only as a “corrupt bargainer” but also as an unscrupulous aristocrat who had misappropriated tax dollars. In the end, with 178 electoral votes to Adams’s 83, Jackson became the first president to gain office by a direct appeal to the mass of voters rather than through the support of a recognized political organization.
When Jackson arrived in Washington for his inauguration he refused to pay the customary courtesy call on the outgoing president. And John Quincy Adams reciprocated by refusing to attend the inauguration of Jackson.