Joe Biden claims his economy has created 5.6 million jobs since January and unemployment is below 5%, Twitter reacts

The president of United States, Joe Biden has claimed his economy has created 5.6 million jobs since January and unemployment is below 5%.

The president said this via his Twitter account, According to him, “Our economy has created 5.6 million jobs since January and unemployment is below 5%. But Americans across the country are facing prices that are just too high.

We must pass the Build Back Better Act to lower costs for working families and help get people back to work.

See reactions below…

@Wayne: Wrong Joe. More government spending = more inflation. Especially broad handouts. Social safety nets, yes. Public welfare for all, no!

@Sorensen: Yet 4 million left the market in August and 4.5 million left the market in September so how is this a win? If you want to build back better start with penalizing companies for criminally low wages next to inflation and making people work beyond their means to satisfy quotas.

@Alison: “The U.S. economy has performed better when the president of the United States is a Democrat rather than a Republican, almost regardless of how one measures performance,” according to the report titled “Presidents and the Economy: A Forensic Investigation.”

@Madhaddter: What about student loans that on the federal level you are bringing back in 2022???

@David: 4.3 million quit their jobs in August and the US’ productivity is at it’s lowest level in 40 years. More regulations and higher taxes on businesses means higher costs for the normies.

@PinkMellow: How about get people their tax returns. It’s funny, when the government owes a taxpayers money they don’t mind making them wait a year.

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