So who’s afraid of the big bad Democrats? Trump’s Market. Dow rallies 1,000 points, logging its biggest single-day point gain ever

So we now see how the Democrats have grown a brass pair.  With help from the MSM they have been doing nothing but bad mouthing President Trump and how bad the economy and stock market is.  Some left wing fanatics up to last week were still claiming that this was Obama’s economy.  Then things went south and they suddenly said no it’s Trump’s economy.

Now today this is how the market looked.  Courtesy of MSNBC.  Stocks rose sharply in volatile trading on Wednesday as surges in retail and energy shares helped Wall Street regain the steep losses suffered in the previous session. The Dow Jones Industrial Average traded 850 points higher as of 3:37 p.m. ET, while the S&P 500 gained 3.9 percent. The Nasdaq Composite outperformed, rising 4.8 percent.  So it’s been between 300-900 points up.

Also we see that Michelle Obama the multi millionaire wife of former President Obama isn’t feeling no effects of a so called soft economy by some.  The “Becoming” author, 54, went all out with her designer duds, wearing a vibrant yellow silk wrap dress from Balenciaga’s spring 2019 collection paired with equally eye-catching shoes — the brand’s $3,900 gold sequined thigh-high boots. She also accessorized with $550 Jennifer Fisher gold ‘Baby Jamma’ hoops.  $3,900 boots.  I read somewhere where the Progressives were claiming her to be one of the poor working class.  I want that job.

This just in.  Stock Market has best one day gain ever.  Now we are seeing that retail is leading the charge.  I guess after todays news that this was the best Christmas in six years got some folks buying again.  1,086 points was where it closed

TRENDING NEWS:  A slew of Appointments but no Judges.

So in closing, there is nothing to worry about.  I wouldn’t be surprised if tomorrow it drops 500.  Now I’m sure the MSM will somehow twist this and not credit the Trump economy.  But we know better.








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