State officials put the numbers in even more stark terms, noting that in the “last two weeks — from March 15-28 — have seen claims increase by 420,963,” which, when compared to the two weeks ending March 7 and March 14, represented “more than a 4,000% increase.”
What does this stark economic reality look like nationally?
I was asked this evening for my $0.02 regarding a video making the rounds over the past few days regarding last weeks SOTU Speech.
In it, juxtaposed between the multiple examples of the things which Pres. Trump had in fact actually cited going right here in America (despite the incessant litany of “experts” who claimed that it couldn’t be done), was Speaker Pelosi acting like a petulant child by throwing a temper tantrum and tearing up the official House copy of the President’s Speech.
I had mentioned earlier about this little shindig happening over in Washington this weekend (Michigan, NOT DC). I also alluded to the fact that I’m not some mindless political cheerleader or brain-dead party apparatchik. If I see that something isn’t right, I have no qualms in saying it. Conservatives have already lost far too much ground by being “polite”.
On the flip-side, I do have several friends who still think rather highly of Pres. Trump. One of them convinced me to mention it here on Right Michigan (and on a side note, persuaded me to attend with him, along with a few others).
Unfortunately, he got delayed in getting out of Indiana. To make matters worse, he ran out of hours and there was no way (legally) for him to make the return part of his run back to Michigan in time to attend.
Even though I may not be part of the aforementioned apparatchik, I do try to look after my friends whenever I can.
So as a courtesy to him (I told him I‘d have this up this evening), along with other Right Michigan readers who were unable to attend, I have included material from last Saturday.
Quick Note: Despite some serious misgivings over recent actions, at the behest of a friend of mine, I’ll be passing this along for the benefit of other readers here at RightMI.
President Trump will be in Macomb County for a rally on Saturday, April 28th at 7:00pm. The political rally will take place at the Total Sports Park, located at 65665 Powell Road in Washington (30 Mile Road EAST of M-53).
Tickets will be available through President Trump’s campaign site located through this link. There will be a limit of two tickets per person while they last.
The topic of the rally had not been announced as of the time of this post.