Latest False Fact-checks in Jobs Donald Trump stated on August 5, 2023 in a speech in South Carolina: “During Biden’s first 30 months in office, just 2.1 million new jobs were created, and by contrast, during my first 30 months in office we created 4.9 million new jobs.” Catherine Cortez Masto stated on October 5, 2022 in an ad: Says Adam Laxalt said it is “good news” that “a lot of those Hispanic small businesses never reopened” after the pandemic. Karine Jean-Pierre stated on June 13, 2022 in a press briefing: When Joe Biden “walked into this administration … 20 million people were on unemployment insurance benefits.” Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee stated on January 7, 2022 in an ad: Sen. Ron Johnson has been “rewarding companies that outsource to China.” Facebook posts stated on October 5, 2021 in social media posts: “In case you forgot. Two years ago today, we were experiencing the greatest economy in the history of the world.” Facebook posts stated on September 15, 2021 in a Facebook post: A "Liability Warning Acknowledgement Form" allows a worker to sue their company if they get injured from the COVID-19 vaccine. Facebook posts stated on August 4, 2021 in a Facebook post: "If your employer is mandating any pokes, do not quit. Make them fire you. That way you get unemployment benefits." Facebook posts stated on April 24, 2021 in a Facebook post: “A year ago we had the lowest unemployment in history without using taxpayers money.” Gordon Hintz stated on February 23, 2021 in a speech: Republicans are “trying to create a fake unemployment insurance crisis.” Joe Biden stated on February 16, 2021 in remarks at a CNN town hall: "If we kept (the minimum wage) indexed to inflation, people would be making $20 an hour right now.” Facebook posts stated on February 11, 2021 in a Facebook post: Says Nabisco is closing plants in Georgia and New Jersey and “moving to Mexico” because of Biden’s election. Kevin McCarthy stated on February 9, 2021 in a press release: Raising the national minimum wage to $15 per hour “would destroy up to 3.7 million jobs.” Donald Trump stated on October 17, 2020 in an interview: Foxconn hasn't hit job targets on its massive Wisconsin factory because "No. 1, you had a pandemic." Mike Pence stated on October 11, 2020 in a news release: Says since he and President Trump took office, their policies "led to an unemployment rate of 3.1% in Wisconsin and 61,000 Wisconsin jobs, including 15,000 manufacturing jobs." Donald Trump stated on September 29, 2020 in the first presidential debate: Before the coronavirus pandemic, the United States had “the greatest economy in the history of our country.” Donald Trump stated on September 29, 2020 in the first presidential debate: In manufacturing, "I brought back 700,000 jobs. (Obama and Biden) brought back nothing." Donald Trump stated on September 10, 2020 in a speech at a rally in Michigan: "After the last administration nearly killed the US auto industry, I saved the U.S. auto industry ... We brought you a lot of car plants… (and Japan) “announced five car companies are coming to Michigan.” Wisconsin Trump Victory stated on August 12, 2020 in an email: Says Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden backs a fracking ban that would cost 100,000 Wisconsin jobs Mike Pence stated on July 29, 2020 in an email: The Trump administration “added over 209,000 jobs, including 16,000 new manufacturing jobs, to Pennsylvania over the last three years. Joe Biden stated on July 22, 2020 in a SEIU roundtable discussion: “McDonald’s (makes) you all sign noncompete contracts that you cannot go across town to try to get a job at Burger King.” Don Pridemore stated on April 24, 2020 in an interview: Says Gov. Tony Evers “has never had a real job.” Mike Parson stated on February 14, 2020 in a speech: “Right now we have over 40,000 new jobs in a little over 18 months” in Missouri. Elizabeth Warren stated on February 5, 2020 in a CNN town hall: “We have an America where … hard-working families have flat wages.” Donald Trump stated on February 4, 2020: "Years of economic decay are over" because Trump "reversed the failed economic policies of the previous administration." Arnold Schwarzenegger stated on December 1, 2019 in an interview on "Meet the Press": "In Bakersfield, where there’s a lot of oil drilling going on, there’s more solar jobs now in Bakersfield and around that area than there are oil jobs." Donald Trump stated on November 20, 2019 in a tweet: "Today I opened a major Apple Manufacturing plant in Texas that will bring high paying jobs back to America." Julián Castro stated on October 15, 2019 in a debate: "Ohio, Michigan, and Pennsylvania actually in the latest jobs data have lost jobs, not gained them." Kamala Harris stated on August 12, 2019 in a CNN interview: It "is estimated that as many as 300,000 auto workers may be out of a job before the end of the year." Donald Trump stated on August 15, 2019 in a rally in Manchester, NH: Says Pennsylvania chemical plant and Louisiana liquified natural gas plant "could never have happened" without his administration. Bernie Sanders stated on July 10, 2019 in an op-ed in the Washington Post: "42 percent of (Walmart’s) associates are black."