The Biden administration has been spending the last few months trying to cover-up the truth about the current state of the U.S. economy in order to hopefully get Democrats through midterms without getting demolished.
In order to do this, they have sought to misrepresent a number of key statistics, with the Bureau of Labor Statistics – which works for the Biden admin – posting ‘red hot’ job reports for both June and July sowing growth massively beat expectations.
Biden’s team has taken these stats and run with them as “proof” the U.S. is not in a recession, despite showing two quarters of consecutive GDP contraction.
But they’re not being entirely honest about these numbers.
The BLS typically relies on two different surveys to get job data and then compares the two to find the true number. One known as the Establishment survey relies on raw payroll data while the other, known as the Household survey, is manually filled out by the average American household.
Suddenly, there has been a mysterious divergence between two data collection methods, with the Establishment survey showing robust growth while the Household survey is actually showing Americans are experiencing a massive job loss.
The REAL reason for this divergence is that Americans are being forced to pick up second jobs just to make ends meet – meaning the ‘job growth’ is really just the same people working multiple jobs to get by in Biden’s America.