The CNN host flat out flagged Kevin Hassert's lies about how much a typical family gets on unemployment, and called BS when he claimed they don't want to work.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) on Sunday blasted waiters, waitresses and bus boys who he said don't deserve an additional $600 per week for being unemployed during the coronavirus pandemic.
It's the kick in the pants the nation has been waiting for!
Food insecurity has doubled in the crisis and child hunger has risen even more, but Mitch McConnell has no plans to extend the relief the CARES Act brought.
Trump, while bragging about their cooked unemployment numbers: “Hopefully, George is looking down right now and saying, 'This is a great thing happening for our country.' A great day for him, a great day for everybody. This is a great day for everybody.”
Arkansas Gov. Hutchinson Defends Easing COVID-19 Restrictions Despite Largest Single-Day Increase In Cases
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson tells Fox News' Chris Wallace that "you can’t cloister yourself at home" while defending his decision to ease his state's coronavirus restrictions despite the fact the number of confirmed cases in his state is still increasing.
White House economic adviser Kevin Hassett on Sunday said that workers -- who he referred to as "human capital stock" -- are "ready to get back to work" during the coronavirus pandemic.
Peter Navarro calls the coverage on the Sunday shows the previous day, comparing the unemployment numbers from the coronavirus to The Great Depression a "pity party."
Trump economic adviser Navarro is demanding that journalists blame the "communists" for destroying Trump's "beautiful economy," while filling viewers' ears with a lot of happy talk.
What kind of monster does this while children are hungry and states need COVID-19 tests and PPE and unemployment stands at 15%?