50 economic numbers almost too crazy to believe

#1 A staggering 48 percent of all Americans are either considered to be “low income” or are living in poverty.

#2 Approximately 57 percent of all children in the United States are living in homes that are either considered to be “low income” or impoverished.

#3 If the number of Americans that “wanted jobs” was the same today as it was back in 2007, the “official” unemployment rate put out by the U.S. government would be up to 11 percent.

Read the rest. When our government doesn’t like economic statistics such as the unemployment numbers, it simply redefines how they arrive at the numbers. Here at Polizeros, we call this the MSU Method (Making Sh*t Up.)

Income distribution traditionally resembles a Bell Curve. With nearly half either low-income or poverty, this is clearly no longer the case in the US and is further proof of the looting of the many by a tiny few, helped along by a complicit, captured government.