Democrats and the media want to talk about impeachment.
That’s all they want to discuss, and that’s clearly where they want the public’s focus to be.
Do you understand why?
It’s because they don’t want to talk about this.
Five states, including some crucial to Trump, just hit all-time low unemployment rates
Five states hit new lows in unemployment during September, including a couple that could be pivotal in the 2020 presidential election.
As the national jobless level fell to 3.5%, a 50-year low, Alabama (3%), California (4%), Illinois (3.9%), New Jersey (3.1%) and South Carolina (2.9%) set all-time bottoms in data that goes back to 1976, according to the latest Labor Department count released Friday.
Those drops came amid big year-over-year plunges of 0.8 percentage point for Alabama, Colorado and New Jersey. South Carolina had the largest month-over-month decline at 0.3 percentage point.
Of those states, California, Illinois, New Jersey and Colorado all swung against President Donald Trump in the 2016 race against Democrat Hillary Clinton. Those areas could come into play during a contest next year in which the incumbent will play the strong economy against a looming impeachment from the House of Representatives.
A study released earlier this week by Moody’s Analytics forecast an easy Trump win should economic conditions remain relatively unchanged. Opinion polls, though, have him trailing the current Democratic front-runners in respective head-to-head matchups.
Let’s not forget Pennsylvania.
CBS News in Pittsburgh reports:
Unemployment Rate In Pennsylvania At 4% For September
According to the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry, the state’s unemployment rate was up one-tenth of a percentage point from August to 4% in September.
However, the 4% unemployment rate is only two-tenths of a percentage point above the record low that was held from April until June.
None of the Democrats who are running for president in 2020 could make this happen.
They know that, and that’s why none of them want to talk about this.