As we told you earlier, the latest numbers on the economy are looking quite good, but the Dems are trying to apply some desperate spin to that news with the midterms just days away. Senator Chuck Schumer was forced to admit that the data looks good, and that was followed up by a big “but”…
Latest jobs numbers may look good but don't forget they coexist with a huge deficit-ballooning GOP tax break mainly for corporations for which we'll pay a price down the road.
When families see their health care costs go up because of GOP actions, these numbers will mean little.
— Chuck Schumer (@SenSchumer) November 2, 2018
Hey, he’s doing his best considering what the Dems have to work with as the midterms close in fast:
It's not that "They may look good"
They are good!
— Cry Partisan (@CryPartisan) November 2, 2018
You mad, bro? https://t.co/llBsuq1RE8
— Ministry of Tooth (@OfTooth) November 2, 2018
You're really bad at this politics stuff.
— Brian Scofield (@fbscofield) November 2, 2018
Now you’re concerned with debt. That’s rich!
— CJ Buckets (@CKJ614) November 2, 2018
We don’t recall as much of that kind of concern from Schumer and the Dems during the Obama years.