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If We Don’t Reelect Trump, The Economy Will Fall Into A Depressionary ‘Sinkhole’ Unseen In Human History, Says Trump


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7 comments on “If We Don’t Reelect Trump, The Economy Will Fall Into A Depressionary ‘Sinkhole’ Unseen In Human History, Says Trump

  1. Alright,

    Here we go. The fear mongering begins in earnest. Expected this.

    By the time the general rolls around next year, the Fearometer will be pegged hard right. The sad part is that the vast majority of the “Undecideds” will have bought into this bullshit. With the capacity for critical thing in serious decline among the electorate, I will not be surprised by anything.

    My hope is that a strong Dem candidate will emerge that makes the stupidity of Trump obvious, and the happen to have a viable set of policies that energizes people. The Dems need to cull the current herd of candidates fast or find someone who is head and shoulders above the crowd including Trump.

    Let’s hope.

  2. My mother told me yesterday that Trump is the best president in modern history when it comes to managing money for the country….and that none of the past and current presidential candidates would be able to handle money as well as he does…

    • As the deficit explodes and the US pays the most interest in history. the best chart ever is plotting the budget deficit with the unemployment rate with one of the two axes inverted. it’s absolutely hilarious

      • I have a mother and sister like Brian K. All the charts in the world won’t matter.

        • I was thinking the exact same thing about the GOPer goose-steppers: charts and facts require dialectical cognizance and common sense – neither a hallmark of cognitively dissonant cults.

  3. Anonymous

    Perception vs Reality. That is what it is all about. The vast majority of people have no clue about macro econ (and even fewer understand the measurement issues). If they are told by CNN or Fox or Trump the economy is strong (whether it is or isn’t) they believe it if they still have a job, got a raise, and see the stock market up.

    The Obama real economy vs the Trump economy is not all that different in actuality but hugely differently perceived. (Factoring stimulus vs late cycle/full employment).

    Trump is a total liar but people believe in and trust him based on perception. Astonishing since he is a total fraud in reality but he created am image far from reality. Until people lose their jobs they will continue to believe his “alternative facts”.

  4. Anonymous

    And farmer sentiment suggest job/wealth loss may not even change the perception…………..

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