2012 Election Jobs Report ‘Faked’ by Census for ObamaPosted by J Craig on November 20, 2013
In the 2012 Presidential election, the race was extremely tight between President Obama and his Republican challenger, Governor Mitt Romney. Governor Romney had been coming on like a freight train and starting to resonate with many Americans, mainly because of Obama’s lack of jobs creation and no solutions. The unemployment rate had been above 8% for all of Obama’s presidency. Then comes the first debate where Governor Romney destroys President Obama and catches him totally off-guard or just brought to light the lack of true debating skills from the anointed one.
After this debate and after dismal jobs reports month after month, we seen a change during September of 2012. Somehow during this month, the Census Bureau released the report detailing that we seen the biggest increase in those who found jobs in 29 years. The unemployment rate also fell from 8.1% to 7.8% in just one month, all of a sudden after years of horrible numbers. All of this while jobs were not being created to keep up with population and those dropping out of the labor force. Many economists and activists across the country were dumbfounded as to how this could happen, but not a peep was heard from the main stream media. All that was heard was that the rate was lowered and Obama’s job policies must have been working.
Well the numbers, according to a reliable source, were manipulated. And the Census Bureau, which does the unemployment survey, knew it. There was a Census employee faking the results to manipulate the data to get President Obama re-elected.
Read more about this story at the New York Post.
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