Sure. Here is one.
I think this probably requires some additional clarification, and this seems like as good a place as any to inject it: The last half of President Trump’s slogan is simply “Republicans produce jobs”. Labeling that statement as “false” or 'inaccurate" or a “lie” seems ludicrous to me. A number of people in this thread have tried to twist that fairly obvious statement of fact into a comparison, along the lines of “he didn’t produce as many jobs as Obama, therefore the statement is inaccurate.” But President Trump’s slogan isn’t a comparison to Obama. Do you now understand how I can say “Yes”, it is factually accurate (if a bit simplistic)? Do you agree?
I think it’s a fair point to argue that presidents (or political parties) generally don’t actually “create” all that many jobs, but they are one of a number of factors that set conditions in our economy that allow jobs to be created. In our soundbite culture that gets shorthanded into ‘so-and-so created X jobs’ too often.
The slogan doesn’t claim “more prevalent”. If you want some cites that “Democrats produce mobs”, here are a few:[Eric Holder: "when they go low, we kick them."](https://www.washingtonpost.com/video/politics/holder-when-they-go-low-we-kick-them/2018/10/11/f152f888-cd78-11e8-ad0a-0e01efba3cc1_video.html)