Biden Admin Pats Itself on Back About Unemployment, Then Note from Musk’s Twitter Appears

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With Twitter under new ownership, it looks like progressives and Democrats could be finally receiving a taste of their own medicine.

The official Biden White House Twitter account was slapped with an embarrassing “fact check” style platform disclaimer following a Monday tweet.

The White House bragged about reduced unemployment claims since President Joe Biden took office, pointing out that they had declined from 18.8 million to 1.4 million over the course of his presidency.

The tweet made no reference to unemployment stemming from coronavirus, and the “Community Note” that was inserted made that important distinction.

Twitter’s notice added context in explaining that the coronavirus pandemic had inflated unemployment claims.

Two different federal coronavirus unemployment programs have expired since Dec. 31, 2020, making living off welfare less tenable.

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