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WaPo attempt to turn WV governor ending extra federal unemployment into personal scandal is backfiring on a narrative

Over the past several months there have been many Democrats insisting that enhanced federal unemployment benefits do not keep people from seeking work, but the Washington Post — with this report that seems like an attempt to create a scandal involving W.V. Gov. Jim Justice — has demonstrated otherwise:


The Post is making a point here, just not the one they obviously intended:

Thanks for proving the point of so many Republicans, WaPo!


Was in only the governor’s business that saw an uptick in applications? For some reason we doubt it:

Other than all that, ace reporting, WaPo!

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