Why you can’t trust the U.S. jobs data

Of course not, it’s all lies. US unemployment is still around 21%.

“While I’m on the jobs report, the one data point that I did see is that the participation rate went down by .2%. Well, I can tell you, .2% of the total workforce available for work—which is about 200 million—is like 400,000 people [that] all of a sudden weren’t participating, even though theoretically, 196 [thousand] joined… But as you know, I’m not a believer in this data. I think it’s, for the most part, fabricated.”