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Local business owners blame Biden for shortage of workers
On Monday, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki dodged reporter questions about how expanded federal unemployment benefits are related to historically low job growth.
The estimates given by the Biden White House were way off, to say the least. They expected “more than 700,000” jobs for April and ended up with just 266,000. But in a recent speech, Biden told Americans that the White House’s plans are working.
The job situation is so bad that local businesses and restaurants are having to close multiple days per week because no one wants to come to work. Why? Because they’re living off of the federal government’s expanded unemployment benefits.
However, teachers union leaders are blaming Trump for schools not reopening, while Biden’s CDC is making excuses for their slow and erratic guidance on the topic. Meanwhile, no one wants to talk about how the US Chamber of Commerce warned that this would happen to the labor market a full year ago.
The economic recovery won’t last long if this isn’t fixed ASAP.
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This grocery store employee is a true hero
Sometimes, even the grocery store can be dangerous.
In Alton, Illinois, a supermarket employee rescued a baby from a shopping cart that had gotten away.
On March 17, Schnucks courtesy clerk Ben Mazur was on cart duty when he noticed something wasn’t quite right.
“I seen this large shopping cart rolling down the parking lot,” said Mazur.
The cart and child were headed straight for a stop sign, so he sprinted down the parking lot and caught it.
“I stopped what I was doing and saved the baby,” Mazur said. The child was uninjured.
And Mazur is being recognized for his heroic deed. Alton Mayor Brant Walker shocked the 24-year-old on Wednesday by declaring May 5 “Ben Mazur Day.”
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