Awkward: Biden Laughs At Abysmal April Jobs Report As He Tries To Justify It

( Exclusive) – Joe Biden is, without a doubt, the worst president this country has ever seen.

As if it isn’t bad enough that he has opened our southern border creating a massive crisis unlike anything America has ever seen and has implemented dozens of anti-American measures by executive order unlike any other president in US history, he, apparently, thinks it’s all a laughing matter.

While continuing to blame the Trump administration for all the ills of the country, Joe Biden attempted to downplay and make light of April’s abysmal jobs report on Friday.

During his attempted justification of the pathetic jobs report, Biden burst out into laughter. That hardly seems appropriate.

The latest Bureau of Labor and Statistics report shows that a total of 266,000 jobs were created last month. A far cry from the 1 million that the left had been incorrectly and falsely touting.

While Biden explained the report he awkwardly began laughing at analysts who find concern with the information.

“This morning we learned that our economy created 266,000 jobs,” Biden said.

“And listening to commentators today as I was getting dressed,” he says laughing, “you might think that we should be disappointed.”

There are a plethora of reasons to be disappointed with the Biden regime and the jobs report is just the icing on the cake.

With the continued unemployment provisions being handed out by the federal government it really isn’t any wonder why there were only 266K jobs created in April and why every business, everywhere has “help wanted” signs.

You can’t pay people to stay home and then expect them to go to work.

On Friday, CNBC pundits actually had to do a “double check” on the data as it rolled in. They were then forced to call the information a “big disappointment.”

Another CNBC commentator called the report “the worst miss…since 98.”

The US Chamber of Commerce also called the report “disappointing” and called for an end to the free money being issued to the jobless by the federal government which equates to a weekly $300 stipend.

“The disappointing jobs report makes it clear that paying people not to work is dampening what should be a stronger jobs market,” the Chamber said in a statement.

“One step policymakers should take now is ending the $300 weekly supplemental unemployment benefit,” the group stated. “Based on the Chamber’s analysis, the $300 benefit results in approximately one in four recipients taking home more in unemployment than they earned working.”

Clearly paying people to stay home is not the way to a thriving economy. It doesn’t seem, however, that a thriving, successful economy is one of Biden’s goals.

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