“Today We Have the Strongest Economy I’ve Ever Seen” – CNBC’s Jim Cramer Less Than One Week After Team Biden Asks Media For “Favorable” Coverage (VIDEO)


It’s “the roaring 20s” according to Jim Cramer.

CNBC’s Jim Cramer said we have the strongest economy he’s ever seen citing this week’s jobless claims.

“Weekly jobless claims totaled 184,000 for the week ended Dec. 4, the lowest going back to Sept. 6, 1969.” CNBC reported on Thursday.

“Today we have the strongest economy, perhaps, I’ve ever seen,” Cramer said just a few days after the Biden Regime begged news outlets to give “favorable” coverage to Biden.

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CNBC’s Jim Cramer: “Today we have the strongest economy, perhaps, I’ve ever seen.”

This comes less than a week after Biden’s team sent out a memo to the media to hype up the economy

— Jewish Deplorable (@TrumpJew2) December 9, 2021

According to CNN, team Biden has been holding briefings with major newsrooms asking for more favorable coverage on the economy – including the supply chain crisis, inflation, soaring gas prices, abysmal jobs reports etc.

“I’m told the conversations have been productive, with anchors and reporters and producers…” CNN’s Oliver Darcy said.

It doesn’t matter what the media says, gas prices are soaring, food prices are rising, Covid vaccine mandates are destroying businesses and a record number of Americans quit their jobs this fall.

A record 4.4 million Americans quit their jobs in September, the Department of Labor said last month – that is 3% of the total workforce.

Joe Biden’s abysmal poll numbers reflect how Americans really feel about the Biden Regime.

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