WATCH: Bill Maher On Biden’s Failing Plan: “‘How Are We Going to Build Back Better if We Have No Workers?”

Joe Biden’s economy is failing miserably, and there might not be a light at the end of the tunnel. Millions of Americans are refusing to work, businesses are desperate for workers, stores are running out of product, supply chains are disrupted, inflation is skyrocketing, and many Americans are desperate.

Combine that with the fact that the September jobs report came in way lower than expectations. Only 194,000 jobs were added, and it even took left-wing networks like CNN and CNBC by surprise.

On Friday evening, Bill Maher also pointed out the faltering economy, noting that Biden’s “Build Back Better” plan can’t really “build anything back” when we have no supplies and no workers.

“It’s interesting. Because I keep reading about the Build Back Better bill. They want — we can’t — we don’t have enough workers, even if we passed it tomorrow. And because of all these supply chain problems, we don’t have building supplies. So, how are we going to build back better if we have no workers and no supplies?,” Maher said.

Watch below:

As I mentioned above, the September jobs report was so bad that even CNN was forced to tell the truth.

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“194,000 net new jobs added, WAY less, WAY less than anybody expected. And less than last month, and the worst of the year,” said the far-left reporter.

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According to the Wall Street Journal, “The economy created 194,000 jobs in September, the smallest gain since December 2020 and down from 366,000 jobs added in August…Many workers gave up a job search and exited the labor force last month. The smaller pool of labor meant that despite the slowdown in hiring, the unemployment rate fell to 4.8% last month from 5.2% in August,” they said.

“The labor market recovery continues to hit the brakes this month, but is far from completely stopping,” said Senior Economist at Glassdoor. Daniel Zhao. “Despite the soft September report, there’s still a case for optimism in the coming months, as we are beginning to look in the rearview mirror, and the peak of the Delta wave’s repercussions is behind us.”

CNBC was also stunned by the colossal fail.

“Things are coming down pretty rapidly, we just had this jobs report, Steve what do you see?” said the CNBC anchor. “Wow. 194….I see 194,000…that is real low”, the panelist responded .

“Woah,” replied the anchor.


When asked about the terrible September jobs report on Friday, Biden simply walked away from the podium like he always does.


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