The Most Sudden and the Largest Drop in Employment Since the Government Began Tracking Numbers

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The Bureau of Labor Statistics released its unemployment data on Friday, and the U.S. economy lost 20.5 million jobs in April – the most sudden and largest decline since the government began tracking numbers in 1939.

Families are left to collect unemployment checks with little confidence of getting back those jobs.

But hey, stocks are rallying!

The government and the Federal Reserve are doing everything they can to protect Wall Street and bail out special interests and corporations.

They’ve pumped trillions into the markets and balance sheets to protect their pals.

Everyone else gets a $1,200 check.

 

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