BREAKING: Obama’s LIES Continue…Facts Tell AWFUL TRUTH About Economy

The American public may be waiting for the next document dump from Wikileaks or the next revelation the FBI finds on disgraced former congressman Anthony Weiner’s laptop.

But let’s not forget there’s an economy out there and that the much-ballyhooed recovery touted under President Obama just hasn’t materialized – despite the constant stream of positive news from the administration and the left-leaning executive agencies.

As CNBC states: “Private sector employment rose by 147,000 jobs in October, falling short of estimates on Wednesday. This marks the smallest increase since May and the third worst report in the past year.”

Doesn’t sound like an economy to brag about, yet some outlets are insistent that America’s pockets are being lined by revenues earned from the many, many jobs created under Obama’s watch.

Allen B. West’s reports include that Mark Zandi, chief economist of Moody’s Analytics, said job growth in the private sector was “strong,” and the slowdown is in “businesses’ difficulty filling open positions.”

Further in this report: “Small businesses are the economic engine of the United States. Anywhere from 70 to 75 percent of the U.S. economy rests with small business entrepreneurs.”

But because of Obama’s burdensome regulations, small businesses have been suffering.

“Here is Obama, in the final months of his eight-year reign as president, and this once-great nation is only producing 147,000 private sector jobs a month? That’s unconscionable. And Obama rants that he would be personally insulted if Hillary Clinton isn’t elected president in order to save his ‘legacy.'”

The job growth is far from stellar, far from the stuff of bragging rights.

“What we’re experiencing in America right now,” Allen B. West goes on, “is the result of eight years of rampant corruption, corporate cronyism, deceit and political elitism that has our republic reeling – and the coronation of one Hillary Clinton ain’t gonna happen.”

Source: Allen B. West

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