She tried to turn the people against Trump.
Her predictions and “warnings” shocked everyone.
Now, Maddow attacks Trump again, but her one mistake led to her downfall.
Rachel Maddow and her coworkers at MSNBC constantly try to blame Trump for increasingly ridiculous schemes.
Their latest spectacular failure was trying to convince the public that Trump was aware of the Russian involvement in the 2016 election.
They pushed the story of his connection to the Russian collusion hoax in the hopes that people would be outraged enough to not dig deeper into the facts.
But the shock came when the F.B.I. investigation found no evidence more substantial than a third-party rumor.
Facts and testimonies proved her otherwise.
After the Russian collusion narrative Maddow used to boost her ratings collapsed after it was revealed as a hoax, Maddow lost most of her credibility with the people.
With no leg left to stand on, Maddow threw out whatever she thought would grab the people’s attention the most.
She embarrassed herself further when her big tax return reveal actually revealed nothing.
Now, she is trying to push a new story that has everyone, including some of her fans, doubtful once again.
Maddow made “the worst prediction of the week on TV,” saying employment numbers in the wake of the coronavirus would be “absolutely terrible.”
Her goal was to blame the failing economy on Trump, using the potentially disappointing numbers to her advantage.
Not surprisingly, her prediction was the opposite of the truth.
“The prediction had been that jobs might gain 2.9 million as some began returning to work. In fact, it started to 4.8 million new jobs and unemployment dropped yet again for the second straight month.”
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics stated that unemployment across America is down to just 11.1%.
Not only has employment dramatically skyrocketed, employment numbers for black, Hispanic, and other minorities are at a record high as well.
Trump himself called attention to the drop in unemployment in the black community which went from 16.8% to 15.4%.
He stated: “These are historic numbers.”
With numbers like these, it is difficult to see why people would still believe in Maddow’s “predictions.”
It is one thing to make an incorrect assumption.
However, when your assumptions are constantly incorrect and even wildly inaccurate, one has to wonder if there is an ulterior motive behind the stories you push.
As Nick Arama stated:
“Of course, just like with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, some Democrats think it is terrible when America does well because they’d rather we all go down suffering if it meant they would win the election. Perhaps that’s what Maddow meant. If so, that says even more about her.”
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