Despite all of the lies and bellyaching of the liberal media and their cronies in the DNC, 2016 has not been the worst ever.
Since Trump’s historic win to the White House, we’ve learned of companies saving thousands of jobs for Americans, improved conditions with foreign nations like Russia, and even promises from countries like China and Mexico that will put America on top.
The doom and gloom that the media predicted has not come; it was simply fabricated by political insiders that feared a conservative taking the White House from Barack Obama.
In the midst of all of this we’re seeing the economy recover. Trump is not even president yet but we’ve seen the stock market soar and companies flourish. It’s as if Americans are actually optimistic about their future.
Consumer confidence climbed in December to the highest level since August 2001 as Americans were more upbeat about the outlook than at any time in the last 13 years, according to a report Tuesday from the New York-based Conference Board…
“The post-election surge in optimism for the economy, jobs and income prospects, as well as for stock prices which reached a 13-year high, was most pronounced among older consumers,” Lynn Franco, director of economic indicators at the Conference Board, said in a statement. “Looking ahead to 2017, consumers’ continued optimism will depend on whether or not their expectations are realized.”
That’s a pretty huge jump. Those numbers go all the way back to before 9-11, before our nation and the world was plunged into an ongoing war with terrorism.
For our outlook to be better than it was under Bush and Obama is amazing. Despite all of the left’s attacks, Americans are confident in where our economy will go under Donald Trump.
Such optimism will have a wide-ranging effect, from what consumers will spend money on, to companies hiring new employees and expanding. It will also effect the stock market, which has already been enjoying a surge since Trump’s win.
We will even see the value of our dollar increase, something that has caused our international economic strength to wane in recent years.
This all before Trump takes office.