“It’s All Starting to Unravel,” “Expect Indictments” – Trump COS; plus, Manufactured Home Industry Stock Updates

DowJones7.21.2020ManufacturedHomeStockUpdatesBroaderMarketSnapshotMHProNewsIt’s all starting … to unravel, and I tell you, it’s time for people to go to jail and be indicted,” Mike Meadows, former congressman and President Donald J. Trump’s Chief of Staff (COS) said Sunday.

That will be our featured focus this evening.

But first, the president held a focused media briefing on the status of the coronavirus pandemic response.

The graphic below was part of what emerged from that discussion.

American mortality rates has dropped below all of the European nations shown, and is about 40 percent lower than just a few months ago, according to this information and the prior chart below. Click to open full size. Rephrased, more people survive who catch the virus.

Compare that to just a few months ago, as reflected by the graphic that follows.



President Trump said much has been learned in how to handle the “China Virus,” which he said should not have been allowed to escape China, as reflected by those graphics.

The focus, per the president, will be to finish the development of one or more vaccines, which he said are getting close. He spoke about therapeutics, protecting lives, and by returning the economy to its prior high levels.

With that snapshot from the White House COVID brief, following the left-right bullet headlines tonight from CNN and Fox, some quotable quotes, and two of our three market summaries at the closing bell is our featured focus this evening. The manufactured housing specific stocks and those firms with significant interests in manufactured homes and communities follows the featured focus, the recent and related reports, near the end of this business-nightly report.


Quotes That Shed Light – American Social, Industry, National Issues…

The quote by President Obama is quite right, not only in politics, but also with respect to manufactured housing and the need to challenge the prevailing narrative. 




Understanding media bias is useful to sifting through possibly hidden agendas.





MHProNews seeks to shed light for readers on issues that are often  provided with spin, partisan talking points, are merely self-serving, or via other obscured agendas.

Headlines from left-of-center CNN Business

  • An unsurprising outcome
  • SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA – JULY 08: A stanchion blocks closed kiosks in the United Airlines terminal at San Francisco International Airport on July 08, 2020 in San Francisco, California. As the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic continues, United Airlines has sent layoff warnings to 36,000 of its front line employees to give them a 60 day notice that furloughs or pay cuts could occur after October 1.
  • United posts $1.6 billion loss as pandemic takes a toll
  • Chevron CEO reveals how a near-disaster led to the biggest oil deal of the year
  • Coke says it will kill more ‘zombie’ brands, weeks after dropping Odwalla
  • Winn-Dixie reverses its stance on masks after Trump tweet
  • Walmart stores will close on Thanksgiving Day this year
  • Amazon delays Prime Day, but it’s still on for this year
  • Aldi plans to open 70 new US stores, while most retailers struggle
  • This recession is hurting women more than men, IMF economists warns
  • CBS reporter dies after Revel moped accident
  • Tapestry CEO resigns suddenly following misconduct allegations
  • Facebook labels, but doesn’t fact-check, posts from Trump and Biden
  • TikTok plans to add 10,000 jobs in US
  • Ford reveals an electric Mustang Mach-E SUV with 1,400 horsepower
  • Michael Brooks, political commentator and podcast host, dies at 37
  • A Men’s Wearhouse clothing store is seen in New York on Tuesday, June 16, 2015. Tailored Brands, formerly Men’s Wearhouse, announced that is will be closing approximately 250 stores including some Jos A. Bank stores which it acquired in 2014.
  • Men’s Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank are closing 500 stores
  • Sign on facade at headquarters of Internet auction company Ebay in the Silicon Valley, San Jose, California, March 15, 2019.
  • One of the internet’s oldest businesses has a new owner
  • View of the Starbucks card on the Starbucks mobile app
  • Starbucks is getting rid of the most annoying thing about Starbucks Rewards
  • Spain’s Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez (L), French President Emmanuel Macron (C) and German Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) look into documents during an EU summit in Brussels on July 20, 2020, as the leaders of the European Union hold their first face-to-face summit over a post-virus economic rescue plan.
  • EU leaders strike a $2 trillion deal to rebuild Europe’s economy
  • Recovery deal could tempt investors into Europe
  • Nestlé might dump some of its local brands in China
  • China’s movie theaters are back in business
  • US sanctions Chinese companies over human rights abuses
  • Michael Collins’ Apollo 11 Flown Crew-Signed Beta Patch
  • A trove of Apollo spaceflight hardware just sold at auction
  • SpaceX reuses rocket from historic mission
  • NASA astronauts aim for Aug. 2 return
  • Space tourism company hires ex-Disney exec as CEO
  • How Elon Musk’s Starlink satellites may have stifled the best chance to find Planet 9


Headlines from right-of-center Fox Business 

  • Here’s what Republicans want out of the next round of coronavirus relief, according to McConnell
  • GOP leadership began discussions about another coronavirus stimulus package this week.
  • Payroll tax cut will be included in ‘Phase 4’ package: Steve Moore
  • Pharma execs clash with Congress as the race for a COVID vaccine heats up
  • First human trial of AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine shows promise
  • Huge job losses at United Airlines after company reports massive loss
  • Boeing 737 MAX not expected to fly before October, FAA preparing directive
  • NEWS
  • Dow, S&P post gains, big tech slips with Tesla, Microsoft earnings out Wednesday
  • Gold, silver prices surge to highest levels in years
  • This legislation would allow Americans to pay for health care costs tax-free for now
  • Historic Virginia home sells for $4.7M
  • Study reveals where you are most likely to contract coronavirus
  • Bank pays people to bring in change as nation faces coin shortage
  • This type of cruise is gaining traction as the pandemic wears on
  • Red Bull fired top US executives after document leak: Report
  • Michigan teacher fired after tweeting ‘Trump is our president’
  • Walmart to close on this holiday, spend over $400M on employee bonuses
  • Natalie Portman, Reddit founder launch women’s pro soccer team
  • NBA
  • NBA ‘Black Lives Matter’ court display, socially distanced layout unveiled
  • NASCAR to continue without practice, qualifying for rest of season
  • Verizon, Walmart partner for exclusive Yahoo Mail grocery shopping venture
  • Costco customers campaign to bring back sheet cakes
  • Popular chain restaurant now selling raw meat to cook at home
  • Only 1 in 5 Americans is making this smart investing move
  • Hand sanitizer brand recalled for menthol risk
  • TECH
  • Google says ‘technical error’ hit political websites’ homepages
  • Carnival waiting to finalize coronavirus health protocols, CEO says
  • Payroll tax cut is ‘a perfect way to really reignite the economy’: Art Laffer
  • Men’s Wearhouse owner to cut 20% of corporate staff, close 500 stores
  • Coronavirus utility reprieves expiring soon — local governments say they’re in a bind
  • TECH
  • Traditional paid TV not in 32% of US households, Roku finds
  • Ten more states added to New York quarantine order: Cuomo
  • Coronavirus sees Panera’s loyalty program grow to 40M members
  • World’s biggest defense firm boosts outlook as Pentagon amps up contracts
  • Cheez-It launches rosé wine and cracker snack pack
  • These demographics worst hurt by the coronavirus pandemic
  • Facebook slaps disclaimer on this Trump post about mail-in voting
  • Employee burnout amid coronavirus is on the rise, poll finds
  • Smart moves when cash is tighter than time
  • Ford recalls nearly 26K vehicles in North America
  • McConnell says economy needs ‘another shot of adrenaline,’ backs additional round of stimulus checks
  • Jeff Bezos adds $13B to net worth, largest single-day increase
  • It’s about to get much easier to earn rewards, free drinks at Starbucks
  • Majority of voters reject reducing police funding, despite national push, poll finds
  • Astronauts squeeze in last spacewalk before returning in SpaceX shuttle


10 Market Indicator Closing Summaries – Yahoo Finance Closing Tickers on MHProNews…


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It’s all starting … to unravel, and I tell you, it’s time for people to go to jail and be indicted,” Mike Meadows, former congressman and President Donald J. Trump’s Chief of staff (COS) said Sunday on Sunday Morning Futures with right-of-center Fox News’ Maria  Bartiromo’s

While several topics were covered in the interview, perhaps the biggest newsmakers was COS Meadows saying that it’s time for people to go to jail as a result of U.S. attorney John Durham’s probe into the origins of the Russia investigation.

During the interview Sunday, right-of-center OAN noted that Meadows suggested that from what he’s seen so far he believes several individuals involved in the investigation into Russian interference and alleged collusion will end up with charges being leveled against them.

For the millions who don’t realize that Russia interfered in the 2016 election cycle but did so without collusion with the Trump campaign, the thought that some public officials may get indicted for illegal abuse of authority may be a shock. While Americans were charged with process and other crimes, none where charged for a crime related to the premise of the Robert Mueller probe, which was predicated on what Attorney General William Barr has said was apparently improper “spying” on the Trump campaign without a proper predicate.

Meadows, who formally served on the House Oversight Committee, said that the DOJ’s Durham has found evidence that the Obama-era FBI improperly spied on the 2016 Trump campaign. He noted that despite the fact that Democrats knew there was no collusion early on, they continued with former special counsel Mueller’s probe regardless.

The chief of staff’s comments came after Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Lindsay Graham released two recently declassified documents last week, which suggest FBI officials were skeptical of reports in early 2017 of contact between the Trump campaign and Russian intelligence officials.

Those documents included an interview with a source for former British spy Christopher Steele. That source appeared to cast doubt on the accuracy of the British ex-spy’s controversial and often debunked “dossier.”

While speaking on those findings, Graham said it’s time for those responsible to finally be held accountable.

And what I’m dying to find out is why did the system continue to use a document in April and June of 2017 to get a warrant against Carter Page when they were told in January 2017 by the man who prepared it that its a bunch of garbage?” Graham stated, per OAN. “I’m gonna get to the bottom of this, I’m gonna hold people accountable and let the chips fall where they may.

President Trump also touched on the recent documents and suggested even though Obama-era officials were caught spying on his campaign, nothing is happening to them. He noted that if it were the other way around, it would be much different.

Meadows went on to say new documents may be released in the coming days that will not only show that the Trump campaign was spied on, but will show the FBI did not act appropriately in its investigation. Meanwhile, Durham’s report is expected to be released by the end of this summer. The video interview is shown below.


This may well become part of the “October Surprise” that every major campaign hopes to unleash in the weeks before an election, hoping to shift votes or discourage the opposition’s base from turning out as strongly as they otherwise would.  With approaching only 100 days to the November 3 vote, Campaign 2020 will be increasingly important for professionals and investors to watch and share reports about.


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Manufactured Housing Industry Investments Connected Closing Equities Tickers
Some of these firms invest in manufactured housing, or are otherwise connected, but may do other forms of investing or business activities too.

                  • NOTE: The chart below includes the Canadian stock, ECN, which purchased Triad Financial Services, a manufactured home industry lender
                  • NOTE: Drew changed its name and trading symbol at the end of 2016 to Lippert (LCII).





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