Black Unemployment Lowest Ever, Black Leaders Can’t Even Feign Happiness

Sourpusses, the whole lot.

You’d think the moment President Trump mentioned the historic low for black unemployment in his State of the Union that the black congressional leaders would applaud the good news. But you’d be dead wrong.

From the looks on their faces, they’re too angry with Trump to care that the minority communities they fight for are doing better than ever:

That was the reaction shot on CNN after the president said:

“Unemployment claims have hit a 45-year low. African-American unemployment stands at the lowest rate ever recorded, and Hispanic American unemployment has also reached the lowest levels in history."

The Bureau of Labor Statistics puts the black unemployment rate at under 7 percent for the first time since they began tracking in the early 1970s. But who cares, right?

Of course, all Democrats in the chamber looked like they had better things to do last night:

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