MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow predicted that June’s jobs report would be ‘absolutely terrible’

‘Brace yourself,’ the liberal host warned viewers Wednesday night.

FOX: MSNBC host Rachel Maddow may have read the tea leaves wrong as she boldly predicted that June’s jobs report would be “absolutely terrible.”

Ahead of the release of the latest jobs report, which showed that 4.8 million jobs were added to the U.S. economy last month, the liberal icon offered a dire warning at the end of her show Wednesday night.

“Because Friday is the federal holiday honoring the Fourth of July, we’re actually gonna get the jobless numbers, the unemployment for the month of June a day earlier than we would otherwise expect them,” Maddow told her viewers. “Brace yourself. It’s going to be absolutely terrible, but we should have those as of tomorrow morning.”

Well, the jobs report wasn’t “absolutely terrible” after all. The nearly 5 million jobs that were added resulted in the unemployment rate dropping to 11.1 percent from the previous 13.3 percent. Economists expected the rate would be 12.3 percent with an increase of just 3 million jobs amid the recovery from the shutdowns brought upon by the coronavirus outbreak. MORE

21 Comments on MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow predicted that June’s jobs report would be ‘absolutely terrible’

  1. She could give up her spot to a more visible minority if she walked the the walk and talked the talk, like Dinesh D’Souza tells those privileged crybabies.

  2. She was correct from her perspective and that of her audience. Good economic news is terrible for Progressives.

  3. Proves how little it takes to be a Rhodes scholar. Same abilities and morality as the Nobel prize these days.

  4. Great news about the jobs. Unfortunately, most of them will be forced to wear masks. I hate it for them, and I know they will soon resent me and my face when we interact in public. The resentment is almost palpable now among those who were already employed. It was a relief for many of them to get their jobs back, but a month later, the shine is off.

    Just be aware that as more and more jobs come back, and the mask artifice continues despite the data, there will be more states mandating masks everywhere all the time, because wE aRe aLL iN tHiS tOgEtHer. In fact, I think it will get to the point that we facers might as well be wearing MAGA hats. The media will be sure to set up that equivalence.

    Stay safe out there, Y’all.

  5. Gee Wally, Tokyo Rose is looking a little haggard lately.

    I really don’t think Merle would appreciate that comment Beave…

  6. There’s nothing in the story that says why he said numbers would be so bad. I can only guess it’s because of a spike in chinese flu virus numbers, from FL, TX, AZ, CA that are still undergoing their first wave. Notice how the spike comes at a time when these states start using AC heavily. People get the AC sniffles and go for testing (that democrats say is the most important thing to do). Doesn’t matter what their health conditions are, the tests come back positive. I’m still undecided if the tests are infecting people or the testing machine simply defaults to positive. Either way, the actual testing itself is creating positive results. Anything that evil whore Pelosi says to do (testing, testing, testing), you should do the opposite. Your life literally depends on it.

  7. MSLSD will maintain their bottom feeder status as long as they keep this guy, Maddow, on the air.

  8. When have any libturd predictions been accurate?
    “I’m going to fundamentally change America” is the only accuracy I’ve seen.

  9. His {it} viewership is marginal and the attraction is limited to the morbidly curious much like those that pay to see a jar containing a thalidomide baby.

  10. The media is out of the closet about being an integral part of the Democrat/Socialist machine. Which begs the question why can’t they close the loop? Just report lies, ignore any information of facts that counter the lies and never speak about anything that disagrees with their agenda.

    Not like doing so would impact their credibility.


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