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Trump Administration Accomplishments

Source: https://trumpwhitehouse.archives.gov/trump-administration-accomplishments

Unprecedented Economic Boom. Before the China Virus invaded our shores, we built the world’s most prosperous economy.

1. America gained 7 million new jobs – more than three times government experts’ projections.
2. Middle-Class family income increased nearly $6,000 – more than five times the gains during the entire previous administration.
3. The unemployment rate reached 3.5 percent, the lowest in a half-century.
4. Achieved 40 months in a row with more job openings than job-hirings.
5. More Americans reported being employed than ever before – nearly 160 million.
6. Jobless claims hit a nearly 50-year low.
7. The number of people claiming unemployment insurance as a share of the population hit its lowest on record.
8. Incomes rose in every single metro area in the United States for the first time in nearly 3 decades.
Delivered a future of greater promise and opportunity for citizens of all backgrounds.
9. Unemployment rates for African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Asian Americans, Native Americans, veterans, individuals with disabilities, and those without a high school diploma all reached record lows.
10. Unemployment for women hit its lowest rate in nearly 70 years.
11. Lifted nearly 7 million people off of food stamps.
12. Poverty rates for African Americans and Hispanic Americans reached record lows.
13. Income inequality fell for two straight years and by the largest amount in over a decade.
14. The bottom 50 percent of American households saw a 40 percent increase in net worth.
15. Wages rose fastest for low-income and blue collar workers – a 16 percent pay increase.
16. African American home ownership increased from 41.7 percent to 46.4 percent.
17. Brought jobs, factories, and industries back to the USA.
18. Created more than 1.2 million manufacturing and construction jobs.
19. Put in place policies to bring back supply chains from overseas.
20. Small business optimism broke a 35-year old record in 2018.
21. Hit record stock market numbers and record 401ks.
22. The DOW closed above 20,000 for the first time in 2017 and topped 30,000 in 2020.
23. The S&P 500 and NASDAQ have repeatedly notched record highs.
24. Rebuilding and investing in rural America.
25. Signed an Executive Order on Modernizing the Regulatory Framework for Agricultural Biotechnology Products, which is bringing innovative new technologies to market in American farming and agriculture.
26. Strengthened America’s rural economy by investing over $1.3 billion through the Agriculture Department’s Reconnect Program to bring high-speed broadband infrastructure to rural America.
27. Achieved a record-setting economic comeback by rejecting blanket lock-downs.
28. An October 2020 Gallup survey found 56 percent of Americans said they were better off during a pandemic than four years prior.
29. During the third quarter of 2020, the economy grew at a rate of 33.1 percent – the most rapid GDP growth ever recorded.
30. Since corona virus lock-downs ended, the economy has added back over 12 million jobs, more than half the jobs lost.
31. Jobs have been recovered 23 times faster than the previous administration’s recovery.
32. Unemployment fell to 6.7 percent in December, from a pandemic peak of 14.7 percent in April – beating expectations of well over 10 percent unemployment through the end of 2020.
33. Under the previous administration, it took 49 months for the unemployment rate to fall from 10 percent to under 7 percent compared to just 3 months for the Trump Administration.
34. Since April, the Hispanic unemployment rate has fallen by 9.6 percent, Asian-American unemployment by 8.6 percent, and Black American unemployment by 6.8 percent.
35. 80 percent of small businesses are now open, up from just 53 percent in April.
36. Small business confidence hit a new high.
37. Home builder confidence reached an all-time high, and home sales hit their highest reading since December 2006.
38. Manufacturing optimism nearly doubled.
39. Household net worth rose $7.4 trillion in Q2 2020 to $112 trillion, an all-time high.
40. Home prices hit an all-time record high.
41. The United States rejected crippling lock-downs that crush the economy and inflict countless public health harms and instead safely reopened its economy.
42. Business confidence is higher in America than in any other G7 or European Union country.
43. Stabilized America’s financial markets with the establishment of a number of Treasury Department supported facilities at the Federal Reserve.

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Biden’s Relationship with China . Can We Connect the Dots ?

China has done to America what enemies do. Shut down our economy via Covid, stealing our technology, killing our future by killing our youth via fentanyl, buying influence and control by giving Hunter Biden and the Biden family 31 million, infiltrating our country with hundreds if not thousands of spies under the guise of being students, purchased and is purchasing large tracts of land that are near to our top secret military bases and facilities.

Nov 19, 2022 Rep. James Comer (R-TN), the top Republican on the House Oversight Committee, told Breitbart News Saturday he strongly suspects that Hunter Biden’s artwork was sold to Chinese oligarchs, potentially implicating President Joe Biden.

“With respect to China, since Joe Biden’s been president, that we didn’t even talk about in the press conference, was the fact that Hunter became an artist for a week, if you’ll remember, and he sold some very expensive artwork,” Comer prefaced, noting his Thursday press conference in which he said the Biden family will be investigated for nine potential violations. “We are 95% sure that that artwork went to China,

Hunter overnight became a prolific artist and has sold his works for large amounts of money.
The $31 million China gave the Biden family gave the Chinese the opportunity to get goods and services for .01 cent on the dollar. That’s a minus inflation rate for the Chinese and a strong foot hold into our politics, our military intelligence, our economy and resources. That number now becomes not billions but trillions in the long run.

If we go to war with China, the Chinese will not have to fire one shot. All they have to do is shut down our electric grid, our internet, knock out our communication systems, and stop supplying us with solar panels, batteries, wind mill panels and chips for electronics.

In return Joe Biden has given the Chinese millions of barrels of our oil from our emergency strategic oil reserve when it is needed here; given them Bagram Air base in Afghanistan 400 miles from China; left behind in Afghanistan 87 billion dollars worth of new weapons, airplanes, helicopters some of the latest war technology, armored military vehicles and more. Which will eventually wind up killing our own soldiers and military contractors with our own weaponry?

Joe allows Chinese Fentanyl with the help of the Mexican cartels to enter America that kills 300 + Americans daily between the ages of 18 and 45. These citizens are our future. The latest Covid crisis is in China 2023. The Chinese don’t allow their citizens to travel around their country but they allow them to travel to other countries like Italy and the USA. Joe said he will shut down these flights to America January 6th, 2023 when he should have shut down the flights immediately.

We will be left helpless as one of the most powerful countries in the world and the next step is China’s economy will no longer be number 2 but surpass us and be number 1 in the next 10 years. It is happening now.

Wake up America and connect the dots.

 

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General Elections 2022 – November 8 (Queens ballot)

Election Night Results Official (Unofficial)

Governor / Lieutenant Governor
(12,124,242 voters; 5,788,802 voted in 2022)
(47.01% 2,666,840) Lee Zeldin / Alison Esposito R,C
(52.16% 2,958,664) Kathy Hochul / Anthonio Delgado D,WF ✅

Comptroller
(12,124,242 voters; 5,788,698 voted in 2022)
(41.91% 2,377,371) Paul Rodriguez R,C
(55.00% 3,119,605) Thomas P. DiNapoli D,WF ✅

Attorney General
(12,124,242 voters; 5,788,704 voted in 2022)
(44.78% 2,540,194) Michael Henry R,C,I
(52.66% 2,986,772) Leticia James D,WF ✅

United States Senator
(12,124,242 voters; 5,794,295 voted in 2022)
(42.54% 2,415,191) Joe Pinion R,C
(55.05% 3,125,137) Charles E. Schumer D,WF ✅
(0.45% 25,478) Diane Sare LaRouche

Judges of the Civil Court
(1,218,685 voters; 392,205 voted in 2022)
65.75% 257,873 (65.32% 241,124) Karen Lin D ✅
63.91% 250,671 (63.58% 234,686) Maria T. Gonzalez D ✅
35.98% 141,121 (32.84% 121,235) William D. Shanahan R,C,I
34.16% 133,970 (31.12% 114,893) Daniel Kogan R,C,I

US House District 3 Map
(533,630 voters; 274,555 voted in 2022)
(52.55% 142,017) George Anthony Devolder-Santos R,C ✅
(44.42% 120,060) Robert P. Zimmerman D,WF

US House District 5 Map
(424,913 voters: 138,986 voted in 2022)
24.76% 34,407 (23.92% 32,393) Paul King R,C
75.11% 104,395 (72.34% 97,981) Gregory Meeks D ✅

US House District 6 Map
(376,884 voters: 133,114 voted in 2022; 226,711 in 2020; 129,856 in 2018)
36.01% 47,504 (35.49% 46,188) Thomas J. Zmich R,C,MF
63.89% 85,049 (61.09% 79,506) Grace Meng D ✅

US House District 7 Map
(416,153 voters; 148,304 voted in 2022)
19.28% 28,597 (18.82% 27,142) Juan Pagan R,C
80.56% 119,473 (77.64% 111,968) Nydia Velazquez D,WF ✅

US House District 14 Map
(375,618 voters; 116,790 voted in 2022)
27.34% 31,935 (26.14% 30,661) Tina Forte R
1.89% 2,208 (1.81% 2,128) Desi Cuellar C
70.60% 74,050 (67.18% 78,788) Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez D,WF ✅

State Senate 10 Map
(172,886 voters; 44,527 voted and 17,108 unrecorded in 2022)
No Republican candidate
98.55% 43,880 (98.60% 40,786) James Sanders D ✅

State Senate 11 Map
(176,566 voters; 67,943 voted in 2022, 113,236 voted in 2020, 67,381 in 2018)
43.24% 29,378 (43.98% 27,336) Stefano Forte R,C
56.70% 38,524 (55.96% 34,784) Toby Ann Stavisky D,WF ✅

State Senate 12 Map
(157,2342 voters; 42,183 voted and 14,933 unrecorded in 2022)
No Republican candidate
98.43% 41,521 (98.38% 39,376) Michael N. Gianaris D,WF ✅

State Senate 13 Map
(128,569 voters; 28,633 voted and 8,511 unrecorded in 2022)
No Republican candidate
28,201 98.49% (98.53% 27,159) Jessica Ramos D,WF ✅

State Senate 14 Map
(187,198 voters; 58,345 voted and 11,832 unrecorded in 2022)
No Republican candidate
99.19% 57,872 (99.19% 55,052) Leroy G. Comrie D ✅

State Senate 15 Map
(161,766 voters; 53,096 voted in 2022, 97,057 in 2020, 53,584 in 2018)
42.65% 22,643 (43.00% 21,693) Danniel Maio R,C,I,MF
57.22% 30,381 (56.86% 28,693) Joseph P. Addabbo D,WTP ✅

State Senate 16 Map
(162,339 voters; 49,798 voted in 2022, 84,639 in 2020, 48,322 in 2018)
41.66% 20,748 (42.23% 19,921) Ruben D. Cruz II R,C,I
57.66% 28,716 (57.67% 27,202) John Liu D,WF ✅

State Senate 18 Map
(171,110 voters; 51,576 voted in 2022)
No Republican candidate
(98.69% 39,881) Julia Salazar D,WF ✅

State Senate 19 Map
(175,504 voters; 49,379 voted in 2022)
No Republican candidate
(99.64% 42,504) Roxanne J. Persaud, D ✅

State Senate 59 Map
(171,227 voters; 77,301 voted in 2022)
No Republican candidate
(98.91% 64,786) Kristen S. Gonzalez D,WF ✅

State Assembly 23 Map
(74,701 voters; 47,837 voted in 2020, 29,611 in 2018)
(50.37% 15,246) Thomas P. Sullivan R,C ✅
(49.56% 15,000) Stacey G Pheffer Amato D,WTP

State Assembly 24 Map
(69,901 voters; 16,109 voted and 6,450 unrecorded in 2022)
No Republican candidate
98.68% 15,897 (98.65% 14,869) David I. Weprin D ✅

State Assembly 25 Map
(62,445 voters; 21,857 voted in 2022, 36,333 in 2020, 20,390 in 2018)
42.86% 8,839 (43.34% 8,535) Seth Breland R
56.98% 11,752 (56.50% 11,126) Nily D. Rozic, D,WF ✅

State Assembly 26 Map
(76,995 voters; 35,441 voted in 2022; 51,495 in 2020, 32,140 in 2018)
45.51% 15,551 (46.06% 15,176) Robert J. Speranza R,C
54.41% 18,590 (53.87% 17,748) Edward C. Braunstein D ✅

State Assembly 27 Map
(64,369 voters; 24,803 voted in 2022)
41.88% 9,937 (42.30% 9,675) Angelo King R,C
58.01% 13,763 (57.60% 13,175) Daniel Rosenthal D ✅

State Assembly 28 Map
(77,880 voters; 36,337 voted in 2022, 52,932 in 2020, 31,999 in 2018)
41.67% 14,704 (42.38% 14,298) Michael Conigliaro R,C
58.24% 20,550 (57.55% 19,416) Andrew D. Hevesi D,WF ✅

State Assembly 29 Map
(79,278 voters; 23,997 voted and 2,579 unrecorded in 2022)
No Republican candidate
99.78% 23,945 (99.77% 22,580) Alicia Hyndman D,WF ✅

State Assembly 30 Map
(63,729 voters; 19,670 voted in 2022, 37,724 in 2020, 20,825 in 2018)
41.53% 8,169 (42.02% 7,971) Sean S. Lally R,MF
58.33% 11,473 (57.84% 10,972) Steven Raga D ✅

State Assembly 31 Map
(66,544 voters; 15,676 voted and 2,940 unrecorded in 2022)
No Republican candidate
99.39% 15,589 (99.38% 14,831) Khaleel M. Anderson D,WF ✅

State Assembly 32 Map
(72,754 voters; 21,619 voted in 2022, 42,361 in 2020, 28,248 in 2018)
8.17% 1,766 (8.48% 1,679) Marilyn Miller R
85.04% 18,385 (84.96% 16,828) Vivian Cook, D ✅
6.69% 1,446 (6.48% 1,284) Anthony D. Andrew Jr. WF

State Assembly 33 Map
(84,064 voters; 24,456 voted and 5,745 unrecorded in 2022)
No Republican candidate
99.38% 24,305 (99.47% 21,829) Clyde Vanel D ✅

State Assembly 34 Map
(65,354 voters; 16,735 voted and 6,032 unrecorded in 2022)
No Republican candidate
98.30% 16,451 (98.32% 15,600) Jessica González-Rojas D,WF ✅

State Assembly 35 Map
(52,353 voters; 10,317 voted and 4,659 unrecorded in 2022)
No Republican candidate
98.56% 10,168 (98.53% 9,729) Jeffrion L. Aubry D ✅

State Assembly 36 Map
(74,864 voters; 24,428 voted and 5,905 unrecorded in 2022)
No Republican candidate
98.62% 24,090 (98.61% 22,710) Zohran K. Mamdani D,WF ✅

State Assembly 37 Map
(71,945 voters; 22,547 voted and 6,640 unrecorded in 2022)
No Republican candidate
98.52% 22,214 (98.51% 20,996) Juan Ardila D,WF ✅

State Assembly 38 Map
(61,847 voters; 11,922 voted and 5,604 unrecorded in 2022)
No Republican candidate
97.82% 11,662 (97.81% 10,743) Jennifer Rajkumar D ✅

State Assembly 39 Map
(53,545 voters; 12,560 voted and 4,926 unrecorded in 2022)
No Republican candidate
98.00% 12,309 (98.03% 11,370) Catalina Cruz D,WF ✅

State Assembly 40 Map
(52,044 voters; 15,388 voted in 2022, 27,672 in 2020, 15,386 in 2018)
48.81% 7,695 (48.05% 6,971) Sharon Liao R,C
51.07% 8,051 (51.84% 7,521) Ron Kim D,WF ✅