If you make an unemployment system difficult to navigate, people give up and never get counted as unemployed. That is often good for the governor. But let's say that governor moves to the Senate and the new governor has a pandemic leading to mass unemployment. Suddenly a poorly functioning system is bad. And it seems the current administration has no problems blaming the previous. https://www.politico.com/states/flo...florida-becomes-a-nightmare-for-trump-1271172 As a side note this morning, oil and gas workers in Texas are complaining about their system. No idea if it was intentionally sabatoged. One guy said he and his buddies wake up in the middle of the night to try and access the system, and it is still saying it is down because of overcrowding. He said he called the hotline 500 times on Saturday, his group has called over 10,000 times in total, and have never gotten through to a human.