The September jobs report was expected to show an increase of hiring as coronavirus cases across the U.S. went down and federal unemployment benefits ended. Instead the report showed a second month straight of disappointing jobs growth among the labor market, with less than 200,000 jobs added. Not only are Americans not taking jobs, many are leaving them in what’s being called “The Great Resignation.” With the demand for workers across the nation at a historic high why aren’t people getting back to work or instead leaving their current jobs? Charles Payne, host of “Making Money with Charles Payne” on FOX Business, Charles Payne weighs in.

After the U.S. District Court in Texas ordered the Biden administration to resume the Trump-era border policy called the Migrant Protection Protocols, the White House has announced it’s ready to restore this policy by November 2021. This news comes on the heels of a difficult humanitarian crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border, where illegal border crossings have surged despite the administration’s warnings to stop coming to the U.S.
Fox News Correspondent Mike Tobin joins from just outside La Hoya, Texas where he describes a power vacuum at the border causing chaos and potential danger with cartels now shooting at U.S. border officials. Mike explains the criticism the Biden administration has faced from Democrats who dislike the use of MPP and Title 42 to curtail the number of migrants coming through the border and leaked Border Patrol documents revealing mass catch and release numbers.

Plus, commentary by former deputy national security adviser K.T. McFarland.