This month has brought more than a few October surprises.
All of them good news for Trump.
He contracted—then recovered—from COVID. Then there was the Hunter Biden bombshell.
And let’s not forget the surprise final debate, when Joe Biden admitted he wanted to end the oil industry.
Now, there appears to be one last surprise, one that might trump all the others.
The second-quarter GDP was painful thanks to the COVID panic. Some feared the worst for the third quarter.
But as usual, Trump’s administration defied expectations with this amazing report:
GDP number just announced. Biggest and Best in the History of our Country, and not even close. Next year will be FANTASTIC!!! However, Sleepy Joe Biden and his proposed record setting tax increase, would kill it all. So glad this great GDP number came out before November 3rd.
The GDP was a record 33% increase—the best in our history according to the president.
This is how Fox responded:
Did you hear Brian Kilmeade say “Whoa!”? That’s probably how many Americans responded after seeing this great American comeback under President Trump.
Fox News said this was a blowout number, responding, “These numbers are absolutely remarkable.”
They broke down the numbers, detailing how purchases and investments skyrocketed after the lockdowns.
The thing that held us back? Government spending, as usual. Government spending went down this quarter as private spending went up.
Which means more money was following into the economy, rather than out of it (through taxes, etc.).
This big news has been largely ignored by most of the mainstream media.
They don’t want you to know how fast the economy has been recovering since the COVID panic.
Democrats’ entire strategy this election has been to blame Trump for the pandemic.
But with numbers like these, they don’t have a leg to stand on.
Jobs are roaring back. People are spending. And the GDP is booming.
President Trump promised it would only get better next year, if he has a second term.
But if Joe Biden is elected? You can expect higher taxes, heavy regulation, and nationwide lockdowns.
- The U.S.’s GDP for the third quarter jumped by 33%.
- This was after it fell during the COVID lockdowns in the second quarter.
- Trump is promising even better growth if he is elected to a second term.