Insight - Apr. 18th, 2022
Insight • 18-Apr-2022
Today on Insight, John and Josh Rosenstern discuss the failing governments around the world, including the United States being under some very inept leadership. Brother Josh says we must pray for this administration, as so many Americans are feeling the effects of the decision-making going on in Washington. Brother Josh says we should not be misled by what Washington calls an improved employment rate because many people are just returning to work from being laid off because of COVID conditions. This employment is not new jobs being created just a return to work. What we want to see is a new demand for employment with new jobs created to meet new demands for service. Our job numbers are being skewed to deceive people into thinking that our economy is improving. Brother John says the misinformation coming from the Biden Administration is twisting the workforce labor statistics, which have not improved. The lies continue with the handling of COVID and the decisions made with regards to foreign policy and the U.S. Involvement, or lack there of in, the war in Ukraine.
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