These 10 Democrat-Run Cities Are Trailing the Nation in Job Recovery

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According to recent studies conducted by personal finance company WalletHub, Democrat-led cities are lagging behind the rest of the country in terms of labor market recovery. After the pandemic sent millions of Americans to the unemployment line some parts of the country are finally bouncing back. While many states have boasted that they have an increase in open job opportunities many cities are experiencing a lack of motivation for Americans to return to work. According to WalletHub’s reports, there is a distinct divide between Democrat and Republican-led cities approaches to post-pandemic employment.

These 10 cities are lagging the nation in job recovery:

    1. Right you are. This article reminds me of a great quote from Ronald Reagan, Ronaldus Magnus: ‘Our liberal friends just believe a great many things that are simply not SO.’ Or words to that effect. This is the master key to Democratic failures. You simply cannot twist a rope made of sand, no matter how hard you try.

  1. Does this surprise anybody? After all, it’s the Democrat cities and States “leaders” who vote to continue giving free money and stuff to those who don’t want to work and don’t want to go back to jobs they left because of the “panicdemic” flu! And the vacuous Democrats need their votes. Losers all!!! 🙁

  2. And just as soon, as the frickking, woke-istanis-corporate stooges, mandate ‘masks & vaccines’ in the “work-space” unemployment #’s will go up…

  3. Its a Race to crapper for Dems to achieve this Goal: The Crappiest City in the US for Blue States Award

  4. These destructive policies are intentional too, the left knows exactly what its doing to bring down this country. We haven’t had hardly anyone reprimanding them and warning their constituents of whats coming.

  5. I look at the photo of Lightfoot and Pelosi and I wonder in great astonishment: does Her Honor know that Pelosi is WHITE?


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