Looks like Biden’s America has, once again, inspired another downward trend.
This time, the downward trend pertains to even more job losses, a rather massive McLayoff so to speak, one that shouldn’t be happening in an economy that Biden claims is going so well.
Given that Americans are enduring the biggest gaslighting of all time from the current White House, it is oftentimes hard to determine which lies are the biggest whoppers.
From the insistence on “unity” during his largely basement-based 2020 presidential campaign to his continuous denial of blatantly obvious evidence that both he and his hooker-addicted son, Hunter, engaged in a number of troubling deals with the Chinese, it is pretty clear that a huge array of disinformation has emanated from the feckless Dems over the past couple of years.
However, perhaps one of the most persistent mistruths of all includes Biden’s insistence upon a roaring economy, even after the United States descended into the technical definition of a recession, otherwise known as two consecutive quarters of contracted growth, as measured by GDP.
According to Biden, whose primary job has been based in politics (and shady deals), rather than in the real world, the economy is or was apparently roaring due to record high job levels and other favorable employment trends.
Never mind that the wages of said jobs hardly keep pace with Bidenflation, and that’s assuming the jobs are even set aside for Americans at all, as many of the jobs appear to be set aside for non-American nationals.
Ironically, despite Biden’s insistence on a healthy economy, the real world continues to interrupt his gaslighting narrative with some hard, cold facts, beginning with massive Big Tech layoffs.
Twitter CEO Elon Musk famously laid off 50 percent of the social media company’s workforce after taking over, and, rather humorously, the platform functions just fine with far fewer woke tech workers.
Twitter was hardly the only Big Tech company to lay off largely indolent staff, however, as Zuckerberg just zinged Facebook with (additional) layoffs while Amazon, Microsoft, and a number of other institutions have initiated their own massive rounds of layoffs.
At the time, the layoffs were referred to as a “Richession,” given that higher earning workers faced the greatest job cuts.
However, it appears the layoffs contagion has spread further, as none other than McDonald’s, one of the most successful companies in the world, has abruptly announced that it is closing all U.S.-based offices this week, as well as cancelling all in-person meetings, in preparation for multiple layoffs.
“During the week of April 3, we will communicate key decisions related to roles and staffing levels across the organization … We want to ensure the comfort and confidentiality of our people during the notification period,” the company intoned ominously in official correspondence.
McDonald’s CEO Chris Kempczinski was even more blunt.
“Some jobs that are existing today are either going to get moved or those jobs may go away,” he announced.
With inflation running the way it is, more than one business cost is becoming untenable, that’s for sure, especially given the White House’s insistence on wokery above efficiency.
As the massive McLayoffs commence this week, one can only wonder how much longer the White House will continue to gaslight Americans over the real state of the economy … and the world.
Author: Jane Jones