Job Creators Network Concludes “Jobs, Jobs, Jobs” Iowa Bus Tour
Des Moines, IA – (February 3, 2020)— The Job Creators Network (JCN), led by Chief Communications Officer (CCO) Elaine Parker is concluding their “Jobs, Jobs, Jobs” bus tour, in which JCN crisscrossed Iowa ahead of the state’s caucuses, following several presidential candidates and spreading the message of “Socialism takes, Capitalism creates.” For four days, Ms. Parker, John Fredericks, and JCN bracketed President Trump, Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, and Andrew Yang, while touting the benefits of capitalism and discussing the great success the economy has been experiencing under the Trump Administration’s economic policies. Ms. Parker also co-hosted the John Fredericks Radio Show live in Iowa with John from the JCN bus.
This morning, MSNBC’s Morning Joe ran a segment by Tom Brokaw, in which he interviewed Iowa small business owner Charlie Good. “I’m living in the best economy of my lifetime, the lowest unemployment,” Good told Brokaw. “When the tax cuts came through, I was able to give my people more money.” Discussing President Trump later on in the show, Brokaw said, “You’ve got an economy, as Charlie Good said, the best economy in my lifetime.”
With the Iowa caucuses hours away, Ms. Parker released the following statement:
“John and I have been on the ground in Iowa for four days, and I have to say the true narrative is not being told. Iowans understand and value the power of capitalism and want the Administration’s pro-capitalist policies to continue. We received an incredibly warm welcome everywhere we went. From the Trump Rally in Des Moines, to campaign stops in Grundy, Indianola, Des Moines, and in between. It was an eye opening experience to have civilized, earnest discussions at Democratic campaign events with caucus goers.
The far-left is consuming a lot of media oxygen, but on the ground, the reality is this: capitalism is winning and socialism is losing.
Just yesterday, NBC News and the Wall Street Journal released a poll showing that ‘52% of all voters say they have a positive view of capitalism, versus 18% who have a negative opinion. The numbers are reversed for socialism, with 53% having a negative view and 19% a positive one.’ Regardless of what happens in Iowa tonight, America is on the right track.”