Nearly $100 Billion Stolen from Feds, States by COVID19 Scams – Some Arrests, But…; Consumer Spending Data; “Covid Lies” – Dr McCullough on Omicron Symptoms, Treatments; plus MHMarket Updates


It bears mention that affordable housing and manufactured housing operate within the larger U.S. economy. Then right or wrong, millions look to government for ‘solutions’ to various problems, be the problem health, economic, housing, law enforcement, trade, the border, or whatever. Each of these three separate reports shed light facts that may help explain why trust in government is reportedly falling. This column will cover three distinct reports before our business daily market report segment. The first news report below will be what some have called “alarming” consumer spending data. The second in a report about concerns raised by Dr. Peter McCollough, who has a distinguished career but is nevertheless being pressed by officials over what McCollough says are data-driven findings. The third is about nearly $100 billion dollars in COVID related rip-off scams, with the Secret Service reportedly working hundreds of cases that include some arrests and recovery.


From The WND Newscenter and the Western Journal is the following provided consumer spending report to MHProNews.



New consumer spending numbers set off alarm bells

‘Momentum continues to fade’

By Jack Davis, The Western Journal
Published December 23, 2021 at 1:33pm

WNDnewscenterLogoQuoteA November consumer spending report revealed that Americans were uncharacteristically spending less as Christmas drew closer.

Consumer spending rose 0.6 percent in November, a decline from its 1.4 percent increase in October, according to the Commerce Department, which released the numbers Thursday.

Some explained that by saying consumers spent earlier in the season than usual.

“Consumers spent with less enthusiasm in November as they shifted their holiday shopping to earlier in the season and continued to contend with escalating prices and reduced product availability,” said Kathy Bostjancic, chief U.S. financial economist at Oxford Economics, according to The Washington Post.

Others were not so sure.

“We are still on track for very strong fourth-quarter consumption, but I am now seeing that that momentum continues to fade,” said Aneta Markowska, chief economist at Jefferies LLC, according to the Wall Street Journal.

The consumer spending report came in the shadow of another report outlining the jump in prices, according to ABC.

The Commerce Department said consumer prices increased 5.7 percent in the past year, the highest level seen in 39 years. The Commerce Department measure is different from the Consumer Price Index, which rose 6.8 percent.

The slump in spending could translate to a slower economy in 2022 than expected.

“A flat reading on real consumer spending in November — even before omicron hit — suggests inflation may be starting to weigh on consumer resilience into year-end,” economists Yelena Shulyatyeva and Anna Wong wrote, according to Bloomberg.

Oxford Economics is now forecasting that in the first quarter of 2022, the U.S. gross domestic product will grow at a 2.5 percent annual rate. A previous estimate forecast 3.4 percent growth, according to the Journal.

“Consumers are able to purchase less because prices are rising, and that is starting to put the brakes on real spending growth,” said Andrew Hunter, senior U.S. economist at Capital Economics, according to The New York Times.

Over time, a cut in spending could slow price increases, he said, adding that “inflation is likely to remain certainly higher than the Fed wants for a while.”



One expert said spending is a victim of the supply chain crisis.

“It’s not that there’s a lack of demand for goods; in fact, that’s been one of the big surprises of 2021,” said Andrew Hollenhorst, chief U.S. economist at Citigroup Inc., the Journal reported. “It goes back to the supply chain. You just cannot source these goods.”

This article appeared originally on The Western Journal. ##


From the WND NewsCenter provided to MHProNews is the following exclusive interview with Dr. Peter McCullough. Their report sheds light on the controversial nature of McCullough, who has had hundreds of peer-reviewed papers published.



Top doctor scolded by Biden for COVID ‘lies’: ‘I’m just giving Americans the data’

Dr. Peter McCullough updates WND on omicron, vaccines, treatments

By Art Moore
Published December 23, 2021 at 8:22pm

WNDnewscenterLogoQuoteDr. Peter McCullough in an interview with WND on Dec. 23, 2021 (Video screenshot)

The Wikipedia entry for Dr. Peter McCullough states matter of factly in the second paragraph that the renowned cardiologist and medical scientist with 600 peer-reviewed published papers to his name has “promoted misinformation and falsehoods about COVID-19, the vaccines and treatments.”

President Biden picked up on that charge Tuesday in his introduction of measures against the new omicron variant, centered on more vaccination and exponentially expanded testing. The commander-in-chief undoubtedly was referring to McCullough and a number of the scientist’s colleagues when he charged that the “vaccine hesitancy” of an estimated 40 million Americans has been “fueled by dangerous misinformation on cable TV and social media.”

Biden called on “the purveyors of these lies and misinformation to stop it.” The president described as “immoral” their distribution of data on safe and effective early treatments along with reports of vaccine injuries from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website amid suppression of traditional scientific debate.

In a 30-minute video interview with WND on Thursday discussing the government’s response to the omicron wave along with the latest on vaccines and treatments, McCullough was asked how he reacted to Biden’s statement.

“Just like this interview today, I’m just giving Americans the data,” he replied. “These are the published papers, and I cite them. So, I’m not giving misinformation. I’m not giving information. I’m just giving data, and that’s for individuals, doctors, scientists and the public at large to interpret.”

McCullough, who said he has been vaccinated for COVID-19, told WND the way forward is to simply “drop all the rhetoric and all the angst regarding the discussion here and just constantly – like we did today – dispassionately review the published data.”

What’s really immoral, he said, is the suppression of treatments that he, many doctors around the world and studies have found to be life-savers, such as ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine and monoclonal antibodies.

“I get calls every day from patients where the treatment has been suppressed,” he said.

In fact, after the interview, McCullough told WND he had received many such messages during the conversation.

“The doctors are denying them treatment for COVID-19, and they’re scrambling to find monoclonal antibodies, and they’re upset that our government is not helping them get these life-saving infusions,” he said.

People also are upset, he said, about the silence on vaccine injuries and the lack of a government treatment program for them.

He said that more than 200 million Americans have responded to the government’s call to get vaccinated, but the CDC’s database records nearly 1 million reports of vaccine injuries, which McCullough previously has estimated could be only one-fifth the true total. Other studies estimate it’s much higher.

“They feel like they have been forgotten about, that they’ve been left behind by their government,” he said.

Many of McCullough’s 600 peer-reviewed publications have appeared in top-tier journals such as the New England Journal of Medicine, Journal of the American Medical Association and The Lancet. He testified to the U.S. Senate in November 2020 against what he described as the federal government’s politicization of health care during the pandemic, curbing or blocking the availability of cheap, effective treatments. In a speech in September, he told of having been stripped of the editorship of a Swiss-based journal after having lost his position with a major health system, “with no explanation and no due process.”

Baylor University Medical Center fired him in February. And Texas A&M College of Medicine, Texas Christian University and University of North Texas Health Science Center School of Medicine have cut ties with McCullough, accusing him of spreading misinformation.

“I’ve been stripped of every title that I’ve ever had in that institution. I’ve received a threat letter from the American College of Physicians, [and] a threat letter from the American Board,” he said in September.

All because of his “lawful” participation “in a topic of public importance.”

He said there are “powerful forces at work, far more powerful than we can possibly think of, that are influencing anybody who is in a position of authority.”

McCullough is the chief medical adviser for the Truth for Health Foundation, a physician-founded charity that says it is “dedicated to following the Oath of Hippocrates to serve individual patients to the best of our ability and judgement and to uphold the highest standards of medical ethics.”

Supporters of McCullough have set up a funding campaign site to help support the travel costs for his national and international efforts during the pandemic. 

See the WND video interview:


Time to ‘step up’
McCullough has called for a “pivot” from the current policies to early treatment and “compassionate care” for those who have COVID or have been injured by vaccines, which have included myocarditis, neurological issues and blood clotting.

“Now is the time for doctors to step up. Now is not a time for rhetoric or harsh statements regarding scientific discourse,” he said.

McCullough said he and his colleagues are holding public programs that draw from 500 to 5,000 in which people are eager to learn “after being stonewalled on any information regarding early treatment and now on any information on the vaccines.”

“They are simply told to take the vaccines with no analysis of how the vaccines are doing and how they can be administered safely,” he said.

McCullough said that both President Trump and President Biden and the federal government should have supported presenting “monthly comprehensive vaccine reports to the public.”

“Instead, we’ve had nothing.”

Asked where people could find doctors who share his willingness to employ safe and effective early treatments that have been suppressed by the government, McCullough pointed to the website of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, which has a roster “about 500 or 600 doctors who are trying to treat the whole country.”

‘Preying upon the vaccinated’
The good news about the omicron variant – which the CDC said this week is 73% of new cases and more than 90% in much of the country – is that the data show hospitalizations and deaths are down significantly, McCullough noted.

The CDC estimates 79% of new cases are people who have been fully vaccinated, he pointed out, observing “it’s almost as if omicron is preying upon the vaccinated.”

“But it’s a very mild syndrome: runny nose, no pulmonary symptoms and some body aches, and individuals get over it.”

What’s clear, he said, is that “the vaccines don’t stop transmission and they pretty clearly have no impact on omicron.”

He advises people gathering for the holidays simply “to be prudent,” staying home if you have symptoms and seeking early treatment if you are over 65 and have underlying medical issues.

Studies show the virus is being spread almost entirely by people with symptoms, not the asymptomatic. And pre-symptomatic spread also is minimal.

Noting the 500 million test kits ordered by the federal government, McCullough said tests should never be done on people with no symptoms, “because it will simply generate false positives.”

He explained that the virus remains in the body for a long time, producing false positives in people who are no longer sick or infectious.

Here’s an easy way to fight COVID-19
McCullough discussed the new Pfizer and Merck oral treatments given emergency use authorization this week by the FDA and the off-label, repurposed drugs he has been administering and advocating.

He said the new drugs will be “welcome into the standard program,” but “the real question is are they better than hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin?”

“I don’t know. There’s been such a good track record with those drugs,” he said. “They’re widely used.”

But the biggest advance in treatment of COVID-19, he said, is an oral nasal treatment that long has been used by doctors to treat viral and bacterial sinusitis.

The lead agent, he said, is sold as Betadine, which is 10% povidone iodine. It can be purchased at a pharmacy or online for about $10.

A small amount of Betadine can be squirted into a shot-glass sized container – enough to cover the bottom – and the rest of the glass can be filled with water.

The solution is administered in the nose with a nasal bulb or spray syringe.

“Squirt it up the nose over the sink. Sniff it back and then spit it out,” McCullough advised. “Do that in both nostrils and then gargle with the rest, spit it out in the sink.

“I tell you, that has a tremendous effect. People should do that after their Christmas dinner, their congregant setting, [after] they’ve been around people.”

He explained that the virus takes three to five days to multiply in the nose.

“So we should actually zap it right there in the nose before it gets a head start,” he said.

A study of the nasal treatment for COVID-19 showed it knocked down the PCR positivity from 303 to less than 30 in a few days, McCullough said, and there were virtually no hospitalizations. This kind of “nasal decontamination” has been done in Bangladesh, he noted, where there is virtually no COVID.

Food-grade hydrogen peroxide would be a “second best” substitute for anyone who doesn’t tolerate Betadine.

“I want every American, instead of focusing on hand sanitizer,” to use the treatment regularly, he said.

“It’s not a hand infection,” he said of COVID-19. “It’s not even spread by the hands; it’s actually in the nose.” ##

WhistleblowerGreatAmericanRebellionWNDLogo187x239MHProNewsWND EDITOR’S NOTE: Last year, America’s doctors, nurses and paramedics were celebrated as frontline heroes battling a fearsome new pandemic. Today, under Joe Biden, tens of thousands of these same heroes are denounced as rebels, conspiracy theorists, extremists and potential terrorists. Along with massive numbers of police, firemen, Border Patrol agents, Navy SEALs, pilots, air-traffic controllers, and countless other truly essential Americans, they’re all considered so dangerous as to merit termination, their professional and personal lives turned upside down due to their decision not to be injected with the experimental COVID vaccines. Biden’s tyrannical mandate threatens to cripple American society – from law enforcement to airlines to commercial supply chains to hospitals. It’s already happening. But the good news is that huge numbers of “yesterday’s heroes” are now fighting back – bravely and boldly. The whole epic showdown is laid out as never before in the sensational October issue of WND’s monthly Whistleblower magazine, titled “THE GREAT AMERICAN REBELLION: ‘We will not comply!’ COVID-19 power grab ignites bold new era of national defiance.” ##


Third of three news reports from the WND NewsCenter to MHProNews is on the billions in COVID related rip-offs.



Almost $100 billion of COVID-relief funds stolen, Secret Service says

More than 900 active criminal investigations are pending

By WND News Services
Published December 22, 2021 at 11:33am

WNDnewscenterLogoQuoteBy Ailan Evans
Daily Caller News Foundation

The U.S. Secret Service announced Tuesday that criminals used fraudulent COVID-19 relief applications and other means to steal nearly $100 billion in pandemic benefits.

“The Secret Service currently has more than 900 active criminal investigations into fraud specific to pandemic-related relief funds,” Roy Dotson, the assistant special agent in charge of the national fraud investigation, said in a statement. “That’s a combination of pandemic benefits and all the other benefits programs too.”

The criminals took advantage of several pandemic relief programs established by the CARES Act, the agency said, which included the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) for small businesses and direct stimulus payments to individuals. Funds administered through statewide unemployment insurance were also stolen.

“Every state has been hit, some harder than others,” Dotson said. “The Secret Service is hitting the ground running, trying to recover everything we can, including funds stolen from both federal and state programs.”

So far, Secret Service agents have recovered $1.2 billion and secured the return of more than $2.3 billion in stolen funds through Automated Clearing House reversals, the agency said. Roughly 100 individuals involved in the fraud have been arrested.

“Can we stop fraud? Will we? No, but I think we can definitely prosecute those that need to be prosecuted and we can do our best to recover as much fraudulent pandemic funds that we can,” Dotson told the Associated Press.

States have also reported high amounts of fraud, with California saying that criminals may have stolen as much as $31 billion in unemployment benefits in 2020 alone.

This story originally was published by the Daily Caller News Foundation. ##


Next up is our business daily recap of yesterday evening’s market report, related left-right headlines, and manufactured housing connected equities.

The Business Daily Manufactured Home Industry Connected Stock Market Updates.  Plus, Market Moving Left (CNN) – Right (Newsmax) Headlines Snapshot. While the layout of this daily business report has been evolving over time, several elements of the basic concepts used previously are still the same. For instance. The headlines that follow below can be reviewed at a glance to save time while providing insights across the left-right media divide. Additionally, those headlines often provide clues as to possible ‘market-moving’ news items.

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Headlines from left-of-center CNN Business – from the evening of 12.23.2021

  • Surging prices
  • A person shops in the meat section of a grocery store on November 11, 2021 in Los Angeles, California.
  • A key inflation measure just hit a nearly four-decade high
  • The world could consume more oil in 2022 than ever before
  • Tesla is under federal investigation for letting drivers play video games
  • Intel apologizes in China after backlash over Xinjiang statement
  • Tencent is giving away $16 billion of its stake in
  • ‘Backdoor’ Roth restrictions have been put on hold — for now
  • Buy now, pay later is a huge hit with shoppers. Just how dangerous is it?
  • Amazon’s late delivery can be terrifying for some of its drivers
  • Taco Bell is adding a surprising new menu item
  • The share of first-time home buyers hit historic lows
  • Business leaders must step up to help people and the planet
  • 2021 was a dramatic year for Indian IPOs. The hype won’t go away next year
  • Texas refinery blast could help push gas prices above $4 a gallon
  • The biggest tech fails of 2021
  • AirTags
  • The tech we couldn’t live without in 2021
  • Shoppers ride an escalator at the Westfield Garden State Plaza mall on Black Friday in Paramus, New Jersey, U.S., on Friday, Nov. 26, 2021.
  • What glum consumer sentiment could mean for the US economy next year
  • Buyers, get ready for another crazy housing market
  • The reason ‘SNL’ is so hilarious again? Less Trump
  • Intel CEO: The best way to fix America’s chip shortage
  • Inflation is out of control. It’s time for the Fed to raise interest rates
  • Dozens of packages are lined up along a Manhattan street as a FedEx truck makes deliveries on December 06, 2021 in New York City.
  • Surprise! Holiday packages are moving on time
  • Zoom Santas are back and eager as ever
  • Why Santas are in short supply in 2021
  • America is running out of candy canes
  • Video game consoles and smartphones will be harder to find this holiday season

Headlines from right-of-center Newsmax – evening of 12.23.2021

  • Officer Potter Guilty of Manslaughter
  • in Daunte Wright Shooting
  • Officer Potter Guilty of Manslaughter in Daunte Wright Shooting
  • Jurors on Thursday convicted a suburban Minneapolis police officer of two manslaughter charges in the killing of Daunte Wright, a Black motorist she shot during a traffic stop after she said she confused her gun for her Taser. [Full Story]
  • Newsmax TV
  • Murphy: Supreme Court Will Remove Mandate Uncertainty | video
  • Fleischmann: Biden Border Policy Killing Americans With Drug Imports | video
  • Tenney: Detainee’s Arrest in NY Jacket Shows Migration Dangers | video
  • Mace: Biden Waited Too Long to Address Supply Chain | video
  • Stephen Moore: ‘Nothing Salvageable’ About Build Back Better Bill | video
  • Rick Santorum: ‘Russian Collusion Hoax’ Started ‘Rigging of 2020 Election’ | video
  • LA Sheriff Alex Villanueva: ‘Hide the Kids and Hold on to Your Wallet’ | video
  • More Newsmax TV
  • Newsfront
  • Trump Appeals to Supreme Court to Block Jan. 6 Committee From Accessing Records
  • … [Full Story]
  • 2 Die in Shooting at Los Angeles Store; 1 Woman Hospitalized
  • Two people have died in a shooting at a Los Angeles clothing store [Full Story]
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  • LA Sheriff Alex Villanueva to Newsmax: ‘Hide the Kids and Hold on to Your Wallet’ |video
  • Dems Reversing Themselves on Defunding Police
  • Democrat Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon ‘Unharmed’ in Armed Philly Carjacking
  • Raimondo: Supply Chain Congestion Dropped 50@ in December
  • Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo on Thursday announced that supply [Full Story]
  • Report: Japan, US Draw Up Plan for Any Taiwan Emergency
  • Report: Japan, US Draw Up Plan for Any Taiwan Emergency
  • Japanese and U.S. armed forces have drawn up a draft plan for a joint [Full Story]
  • Uyghur Forced Labor Law Difficult to Comply With or Enforce, Experts Warn
  • The signing of the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act by President [Full Story]
  • The Fakest News of 2021: 6 Biggest Political Lies of the Year
  • “Fake news” has become an overused term, but it’s undeniable that [Full Story] | Platinum Article
  • Wall Street Climbs for Third Day as Omicron Fears Ebb
  • Wall Street’s main indexes rose sharply for a third straight session [Full Story]
  • New Calif. Law Sends 22 Million Voters Mail-in Ballots Every Election
  • A recently passed law in California requires the state to send [Full Story]
  • Biden Signs Bill to Punish China Over Human Rights Abuses
  • The Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act bans the import of goods from [Full Story]
  • Florida Judge Latest to Block Biden Contractor Vaccine Rule
  • A federal judge in Florida on Wednesday blocked President Joe Biden’s [Full Story]
  • Jared Kushner Investment Firm Affinity Raises $3 Billion in Committed Funding
  • Jared Kushner’s global investment firm, Affinity Partners, has raised [Full Story]
  • Tesla to Halt Games on Infotainment Screens in Moving Cars
  • Under pressure from U.S. auto safety regulators, Tesla has agreed to [Full Story]
  • Florida: Government is Helping Homeowners Get Solar Panels at No Cost
  • Easy Solar Savings
  • FDA Authorizes Merck Pill as 2nd At-Home Treatment for COVID-19
  • S. health regulators on Thursday authorized the second pill against [Full Story]
  • Related
  • Search for a COVID-19 Test Means Sold-out Signs, Long Lines
  • 40 Federal Judges Confirmed in 2021; Biden Nominates 2 More
  • President Joe Biden on Thursday made two final nominations to the [Full Story]
  • Incredible Miniature Telescope Lets You See for Miles
  • Smarter Living Daily
  • Trump: ‘People Aren’t Dying When They Take the Vaccine’
  • Former President Donald Trump this week clashed with conservative [Full Story]
  • New Year’s Eve in Times Square Still On, With Smaller Crowd
  • Next week’s New Year’s Eve celebration in Times Square will still go [Full Story]
  • Mike Huckabee Hosts Christmas Special Featuring President Trump
  • He might be the most famous former governor in history … his friend [Full Story]
  • Newsmax #1 on Twitter as Social Media Roars
  • Newsmax was #1 on Twitter for all social media interactions in [Full Story]
  • Amazon Settles With NLRB to Give Workers Power to Organize
  • Amazon, under pressure to improve worker rights, has reached a [Full Story]
  • Poll: Trust in Government Nosedived Among Unvaccinated in 2021
  • Unvaccinated Americans’trust in the federal government to provide [Full Story]
  • Kim Potter Guilty in Killing of Black Motorist Daunte Wright
  • Jurors on Thursday convicted a suburban Minneapolis police officer of [Full Story]
  • Cuomo Won’t Be Charged for Touching Trooper at Racetrack
  • Former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo won’t face criminal charges after a [Full Story]
  • Trump: I’ll Tell the ‘Real Facts’ About ‘Wacko Bette Midler’ in My Book
  • Former President Donald Trump is blasting entertainer Bette Midler [Full Story]
  • Former NFL Star Vincent Jackson’s Cause of Death Revealed
  • Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Vincent Jackson, whose body [Full Story]
  • Award-Winning American Writer Joan Didion Dies at 87
  • Joan Didion, the revered author and essayist whose provocative social [Full Story]
  • Republican-Led States Restrict Telehealth Abortion Pill Distribution
  • Most red states will limit access to abortion pills despite federal [Full Story]
  • Britney Spears Hits Out at Her Family as She Teases New Music
  • Britney Spears called out her family for not championing her during [Full Story]
  • US Has Reunited 100 Children Separated From Parents Under Trump
  • A Biden administration effort to reunite children and parents who [Full Story]
  • Dem Rep. Schakowsky Says She Tested Positive for COVID
  • Jan Schakowsky has disclosed that she has tested positive for [Full Story]
  • Fauci Warns Against Large Holiday Gatherings, Even for Booster-Vaccinated
  • Anthony Fauci on Wednesday warned that large holiday gatherings [Full Story]
  • Last Monument for Tiananmen Massacre Removed in Hong Kong
  • A monument at a Hong Kong university that was the best-known public [Full Story]
  • Incredible Miniature Telescope Lets You See for Miles
  • Smarter Living Daily
  • More Newsfront
  • Finance
  • Consumer Prices Up 5.7 Percent Over Past Year, Fastest in 39 Years
  • S. consumer prices rose 5.7% over the past year, the fastest pace in 39 years, as a surge in inflation confronts Americans with the holiday shopping season under way…. [Full Story]
  • Search for a COVID-19 Test Means Sold-out Signs, Long Lines
  • Report: Amazon Building Warehouses in Special Tax Break Zones
  • DeSantis Blames US ‘Elites’ for ‘Experiment With China’ Being ‘Big Failure’
  • SEC Rejects Apple Bid to Block Shareholder Proposal on Forced Chinese Labor
  • More Finance
  • Health
  • Pfizer Oral COVID-19 Pill Gets FDA Authorization for At-home Use
  • Pfizer Inc said on Wednesday the U.S. Food and Drug Administration authorized its antiviral COVID-19 pill, making it the first at-home treatment for the coronavirus that is expected to become an important tool in the fight against the fast spreading omicron variant. Data…… [Full Story]
  • Boost Your Immunity With an Elderberry Cocktail
  • Keep These Holiday Hazards Away From Your Pets
  • Search for a COVID-19 Test Means Sold-out Signs, Long Lines
  • Watch for These Symptoms of the Omicron Variant

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