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@JacePearce JacePearce · #Pics · 3 months ago
truth_hurts · 3 months ago

Hysterical. Not surprising your picture doesn’t come with a link explaining the market sell off. If it came with a link, the topic would be coronavirus and oil. Who needs facts, right?

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JibbaJabba · 3 months ago

That’s the problem with taking all the credit when things are going good. Things are good? That’s because Trump. Things are bad? That’s because someone else’s fault. You can’t have it both ways.

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truth_hurts · 3 months ago

Except for the fact Trump has zero to do with the sell off. I would suggest some reading on your part and not just some partisan retort.

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JibbaJabba · 3 months ago

To say he has nothing to do with the sell off is plain silly. In his position there is a never-ending list of things he can do to mitigate problems. For example, work with agencies to help contain the virus, work with Saudi Arabia and Russia to make a deal to fix the oil situation. Don’t just throw your hands up in the air and say “not my fault!”

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truth_hurts · 3 months ago

Theres a big difference between causing a problem (sell off) and being able to help with a problem (lower the panic). Presidents have never had much or any say in oil prices.

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JacePearce · 3 months ago

What is the problem? Coronavirus was mishandled by Trump, who keeps denying its importance and investors, obviously, do not think the same.
https://www.politico.com/news/magazine/2020/03/09/coronavirus-stock-market-economy-impact-worried-trump-124331

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truth_hurts · 3 months ago

And the Democrats would have done what? In the age of easy and constant international travel to most countries of the world, just what would they have done different? Inquiring minds want to know…You should learn yourself a little epidemiology.

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truth_hurts · 3 months ago

It’s the media and Democrats who panicked the market to a sell off. It certainly wasn’t Trump who panicked them. Silly argument on your part. Tell me JacePearce, what is our current infection rate with a population of 320 million people? .00002 or less I believe.

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