As CNBC tells us, “new unemployment applications during each week since mid-March have been at least three times as high as their worst week of the Great Recession.”
- New applications for unemployment benefits totaled 2.3 million last week — the 16th week in a row that claims have exceeded 1 million.
- In total, nearly 33 million Americans were getting jobless benefits as of June 20, about five times the peak during the Great Recession.
- Things have improved since new claims peaked in late March, but spiking coronavirus infections and expiring federal aid means layoffs could increase.
Maybe people are not out pounding the pavement because the corpses are stacked-up in the hallways, hmmm?
Kill yourselves so Betsy Devos can have another boat, what kind of monsters are you?
Are you tired of all the winning, yet?