Hillary’s Huma Abedin Weiner Schnitzled FBI Meltdown – Campaign 2016 Update

Abedin is Hillary Clinton’s top aide, and is linked to Middle Eastern radical groups. Each image above is provided under Fair Use guidelines.

Sources are reporting that the FBI investigation of former congressman Anthony Weiner’s sexting with an underage teenage girl in North Carolina has led federal investigators to discovering “thousands” of emails, some of which relate to Hillary Clinton’s well-publicized email woes.

Just when former Secretary Clinton thought that those pesky laws intended for others were in her rearview mirror, a laptop and other handheld devices in the possession of Hillary Clinton’s top confident, Huma Abedin and her estranged husband, Anthony Weiner, reportedly landed the Democratic nominee back in an unwelcomed FBI-probe spotlight.

HotAir recently reminded their readers that it isn’t just national security or federal records laws that the Clintons deem beneath their notice and dignity.  It seems that when it came time to pull permits for updating their home, they blew those local laws off too.

Hot Air Clintons Remodel without Required Permits Posted Manufactured Housing Industry Daily Business News, MHProNews
Image credit, HotAir.

Even before Hillary got “Weiner schnitzeled,” the pro-Clinton Washington Post/ABC News poll revealed that she had dropped 10 points in 5 days.  Clinton’s narrow 2-point lead over Donald Trump is now within that poll’s margin of error.  Note that the ABC/WaPo poll – like a number of others – are oversampling Democrats.

LA Times Daily Tracking Poll Sunday Morning, 10-30, 2016. Trump has a modest 2 point edge in a poll deemed accurate in a prior contest.
The election is fluid, and it should be noted that the Clinton Campaign is expected to do another “Wag the Dog” style distraction from the track record, issues and their nominee’s legal woes in the waning days of the election. Credit – LA Times Daily Tracking Poll Sunday Morning, 10-30, 2016. Trump has a modest 2.4 percent edge in a poll deemed accurate in a prior electoral contest.

The LA Times tracking poll shows Trump up by 2 points over Clinton, even though the Times is also pro-Clinton and has arguably attempted to influence their own daily sampling.

Screen capture from Apple iPhone news headlines, note that other state polls have shown Trump in the lead or the margin of error in key battle ground states. For more details, click here.

For manufactured housing professionals, issues such as

  • Dodd-Frank, which Clinton promises to keep and strengthen, which Donald Trump promises to repeal the law,
  • Taxes, which Clinton campaigns on raising, and Trump has pledged to lower to create jobs and bring back 2 plus trillion dollars offshored by American companies hiding their wealth,
A sampling of 2016 election related commentary by industry professionals found on Facebook.
  • ObamaCare, which Clinton wants to keep and possibly turn into a single-payer system (think the VA system for the public, including health-care rationing, longer wait times and higher costs), while  Trump promises to repeal and replace the misnamed Affordable Care Act (aka ObamaCare) with a market-driven system that will increase competition, end penalties, improve options and lower costs,
  • Regulations, Which the Obama-Nation has promulgated in record-setting, business- and job-killing numbers.
A sampling of commentary found on Facebook. It should be noted that there is plenty of anti-Trump, or anti-third party candidate posts on Facebook and other social media from MH Pros too. It should also be noted that while some want to believe that the media is completely one-side, a recent survey suggests that the mainstream coverage is only 91% one-sided in favor of Secretary Clinton.

MHI, MHARR and most industry-connected associations are not taking a formal position on this presidential election.

To see this image full sized, click here or above. Credit, NFIB.

The National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB) – which reportedly has more manufactured housing industry members than MHI – has published the comparison chart – shown above – reflecting the two major candidates positions, as a decision-making tool for their members.

Indeed, the State Dept has ‘misplaced’ 6 billion dollars during Clinton’s time as Secretary of State. Clinton’s comment about Trump’s losing some $900 million in a year reflects the fact that she has experience at selling political influence, but no experience at running a business in a free enterprise economy. Virtually all the professionals supporting her would have to report some losses along-the-way to success too, as risk and reward are part of being in business. No one bats 1000.

While the Trump campaign has celebrated the reopening of what they deemed a flawed and politically-tainted investigation of Clinton, naturally, the Clinton campaign and Democrats are infuriated by what they see as a late injection of her festering legal issues into the election process.


But the Clintons themselves benefited from a late October surprise akin to this one, when former Reagan Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger was indicted on October 30, 1992.  That may have cost incumbent President George H.W. Bush reelection.

Political observers have noted that if Clinton should win, the nation could immediately find itself in unchartered waters, as a Republican House could well move to impeach her early in her administration, as more pay-for-play corruption with the Clinton Foundation, the State Department and a variety of other legal issues dogging the candidate continue to brew.


In the light of her legal woes, a growing number have called for Clinton to drop out of the race.

But those attending a recent Clinton rally, when questioned by reporters, said they were not going to be swayed by such news.

A sampling of 2016 election related commentary by industry professionals found on Facebook.

Meanwhile, a recent Fox News poll indicated that Trump was rising with women, rising with those all-important independents who will decide the election, and that a growing number of Republicans were “coming home” as they calculate that embarrassing words spoken a decade ago pales in comparison to having Clinton’s cloud of corruption, and her potential to nominate one or more Supreme Court justices that could reshape the highest court for a generation. ##

MHProNews co-founder Soheyla Kovach, has a new Hillary Clinton-Donald Trump election infographic collage, linked here. ## #

A sampling of 2016 election related commentary on Facebook.

(Editor’s Notes: MHProNews has taken the position that the editorial position that the manufactured housing industry’s members and customers are best served with Donald Trump’s policies, and that there is an advantage to having a long-time successful builder with direct ties to factory-built housing industry in the White House.  Our editorial view should in no way be considered to represent those of any sponsors, advertisers or clients.  “We Provide, You Decide.” ©

A sampling of the online conversation about the 2016 presidential election from social media.

(Image credits are as shown above.)

L. A. ‘Tony’ Kovach is the publisher of MHProNews.com, MHLivingNews.com and MH Consultant.

Submitted by L. A. ’Tony’ Kovach to the Daily Business News on MHProNews.com.

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