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Cagle Post: Obama’s Doomsday Predictions Fall Flat

The Obama administration spent last week predicting a rash of unthinkable consequences if automatic sequestration cuts go into effect. Consequences from teacher furloughs to longer airport lines to criminals running free were predicted. The numerous false claims from the White House prompted even the mainstream media to eventually push back on the false and misleading claims.

At a press conference before the White House press corps, President Obama followed the lead of several of his cabinet members by making false claims about what the impact of the sequester is going to be. The President claimed that starting March 2nd janitors and police officers at the Capitol building would be receiving a pay cut.

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