10 Million New People Have Already Filed for Unemployment

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
April 3, 2020

This party is just getting started.

We are looking at a 50% unemployment rate when people are finally released from their houses.

This is going to be so bad that you just can’t even begin to comprehend how bad it is going to be.

Fox News:

The U.S. economy lost 701,000 jobs in March, snapping a decade-long record of employment growth, as strict measures to contain the coronavirus pandemic shuttered businesses and forced Americans to stay at home.

It was the first decline in payrolls since September 2010, and the steepest since March 2009, in the midst of the Great Recession.

The unemployment rate jumped to 4.4 percent, up from a half-century low of 3.5 percent in February.

Economists surveyed by Refinitiv had forecast a payroll decline of 100,000 and the unemployment rate to rise to 3.8 percent.

Restaurants, bars, hotels, airlines, cruise lines, automakers and entertainment venues have been hit hard by the pandemic as a growing number of jurisdictions have ordered the closure of nonessential businesses and directed residents to stay at home.

But the Labor Department’s employment report, which is based on surveys conducted in the early weeks of the month, when large swaths of the economy had not yet shut down, does not fully reflect the depth of the economic calamity that the virus outbreak has inflicted. In the final two weeks of the month, 10 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits, a stunning sign of the scope of the economic crash.

Ten million.


While we’re still in our houses.

Imagine when we get out of our houses, and the hysteria has passed, and the reality of what we’ve done sets in?

What it looks like now is that they’re going to have to wait to release everyone until they’re ready to declare war on China, and then jump directly from this crisis into that crisis.

I don’t see any other course of action, and the government is going to come to the same conclusion.