- Posted October 8, 2012 by
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Jack Welch’s 7.8 Unemployment Tweet – Part of Conspiracy with Karl Rove
On October 5, 2012, Jack Welch tweeted "Unbelievable jobs numbers..these Chicago guys will do anything..can't debate so change numbers." Welch wrote the tweet after the September 2012 Labor Department’s job report was announced. The report listed the current unemployment rate of 7.8 percent is the lowest rate since January 2009.
Was Jack Welch’s conspiracy tweet that disrespected a duly elected president part of a REAL CONSPIRACY by the Republicans, Karl Rove, and Romney to lie, sound the conspiracy alarm first, and then STEAL the 2012 presidential election? Was Welch’s tweet made to change the narrative away from the great economic news for President Obama and Americans?
Jack Welch defended his outrages tweet the rest of the day including an appearance on the 4pm EST “Hardball with Chris Matthews.” Chris missed an opportunity to do a follow up questions when Welch stated: “I’ve reviewed 14 businesses this week. “I’ve seen everybody with a third quarter equal to or weaker than the first quarter." QUESTIONS: What businesses did Welch review? Were the business report weak because the business owners purposely delaying hiring workers in order to keep the unemployment rate above 8 percent to benefit Romney and the Republicans? Was Welch outraged because the plan didn’t work?
Anyone can say outrages things online it is up to the media either ignore them or to investigate the claims and to inform the public of the outcome of their investigations.