“Partner in Crime” “Get Access” “Gain Trust” v “Scapegoating” – Maxwell Trial Begins – Bill Gates, Leon Black, Clinton, More Big Names Could Shakeup Big Biz, Politics & MHVille – Plus, MHMarket Updates

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Melinda Gates was reportedly disturbed by her then husband’s relationship with the wealthy Epstein way back in 2013, telling friends how uncomfortable she was in his company and that she wanted “nothing to do with him”, the Daily Beast reported.” The Sun said that and: “Bill Gates has been urged to come forward and give evidence about his ties to Jeffrey Epstein – as it’s revealed he bought homes near the disgraced financier and one of his billionaire pals.” But Gates is far from the only major figure who has ties to manufactured housing investments involved in the Epstein-Maxwell allegations and trial drama. The partial listing that follows below will reflect that point. The Maxwell trial began on Monday and will have its own theatrics. But make no mistake, a subplot that many in media are not yet playing up is this. How many big names in business, finance, politics, education, and “philanthropy” could be exposed for deeds or ties beyond those already known?

A review of some of the trial opening insights follows some of the big names lurking in the background with ties to MHVille. The ways that this could impact the industry are explored in some of the linked items.

MHProNews has uniquely provided insights on the ties between such headlines from a range of sources that trace back to various personalities with holdings and influence over segments of manufactured housing, nonprofits engaged in the industry, not to mention political connections and more.


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Billionaire Leon Black stepped down from Apollo Global Management earlier this year due to a reported corporate review of his ties to the notorious Epstein. Apollo is one of the stocks tracked by our business daily market report, due to their investments in the manufactured home community sector.


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Per Fox Business in 2019: “Jeffrey Epstein before he died: “The only thing worse than being called a pedophile is being called a hedge fund manager.”

Your Tango said: “the ties between the Clintons and Ghislaine Maxwell cannot be denied.”

Bill Clinton was a frequent guest on Jeffrey Epstein’s plane — which has been dubbed “the Lolita Express” — and Maxwell was a noted guest at Chelsea Clinton’s wedding.”

There’s even a rumor that claims that Bill Clinton and Ghislaine Maxwell were having an affair at one point.”

The Clinton Foundation, Warren Buffett, and Kevin Clayton have clear ties.


Additionally, Buffett and Maxwell’s father Robert have apparent ties too.

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Time recently reported that Barclays CEO Jes Staley is one of the few high profile executives to lose his job due to links with the late sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.” The ties to manufactured housing?  The Commercial Observer said on May 20, 2021 “Morgan Stanley, Bank of America and Barclays originated a $352 million CMBS loan for a Brookfield mobile home portfolio.”

The Private Equity Stakeholder Project reported the following ties between named community operators and private equity.

Some of those appear to have ties to individuals named in media reports as having ties with Epstein and/or Maxell.

But there are other dots that might be examined during the course of this trial. The word heard is that Maxwell’s defenders believe that the threat of releasing certain names could benefit her legal outcomes. Time will tell.


Snippets of news from the trial yesterday are as follows. From Zero Hedge:

quotequotationMark198x330The prosecution opened its case against Ghislaine Maxwell on Monday, beginning with a disturbing tale of how the British Socialite and convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein recruited underage victims for sexual predation.

As Matthew Russell Lee blogged for the Inner City Press:

The defense, says Breitbart and other media outlets, made the point that Maxwell is not Epstein. Maxwell should not be ‘scapegoated’ for Epstein’s reported sins.  That noted, Zero Hedge said the following.

quotequotationMark198x330“AUSA Pomerantz: There were times she was in the room when it happened. That is why we are here today. Between 1994 and 2004 the defendant sexually exploited young girls. She preyed on them and served them up to be sexually abused. She was trafficking kids for sex ..He owned a ranch in New Mexico, an apartment in Paris, a mansion in Manhattan, Palm Beach, a private island. Epstein has private planes and pilots. The defendant got to enjoy that luxury right along with Epstein.

The defendant was the lady of the house. She imposed rules. Employees were to hear nothing, see nothing, say nothing. There was a culture of silence. That was by design. The defendant’s design. They had a play book: get access, gain trust. They often targeted the daughters of single mothers, struggling to make ends meet. They made these girls feel seen. But that was a cover.

To get the girls to touch Epstein, they used the cover of massage. The defendant massaged Epstein then told the girls to do it. Epstein brought girls into his massage room every single day. It was sexual abuse. Before I describe those so-called massages, let me say: these are the facts. Epstein touched the teenage girls with equipment… He sometimes penetrated… The defendant helped Epstein find those girls, for so-called massages. They lured their victims with a promise of a brighter future then destroyed their lives. The defendant was jet-setting in private planes.’


Maxwell’s lawyer Bobbi Sternheim then spoke – opening with: “Ever since Eve, women have been blamed for the evil deeds of men. Ghislaine Maxwell is not Jeffrey Epstein or any of the other men, moguls and media giants who abuse women.”


Read the rest by clicking on any of the above tweets. Needless to say, it appears this trial will be about claims against Epstein and Maxwell vs. Maxwell’s attorneys casting doubt while trying to frame Ghislaine as some sort of a victim herself.”

Here’s what we know about the 12 jurors via Bloomberg (emphasis by Zero Hedge):

  • quotequotationMark198x330A woman, 61, working as a trader’s assistant for an unidentified bank after previously working at ING. She lives in the Bronx with her son, daughter-in-law and grandchildren and said she watches a lot of “police shows” like “Law & Order.”
  • A woman, 28, living in the Bronx and doing clerical work for the City of New York while she finishes her master’s degree in public administration.She said she’d heard of Epstein before but not Maxwell.
  • A woman, 60, with a master’s in urban affairs who prepares contracts for the government. The Manhattan resident said she doesn’t read newspapers but follows online news feeds.
  • A man, 44, who studied information and knowledge strategy at Columbia University and is now vice president of quality at a life-sciences company. He lives with his husband in Westchester County, where they enjoy playing board games.
  • A woman, 51, who has lived in Manhattan her entire life. An administrative manager at a “metals industry” non-profit, she works out and visits her mother everyday. She said she’d heard of Epstein and his suicide as well as Maxwell’s arrest.
  • A woman, 70, who retired in 2017 after working in human resources at a non-profit. She frequents cooking websites and also enjoys “Jeopardy,” chess, knitting and bicycle riding.
  • A woman, 53, who lives in the Bronx and works as a home health aide. An immigrant who came to the U.S. with a middle-school education, she had heard of Epstein but didn’t remember hearing about Maxwell. She likes watching “The Bold and the Beautiful” and cartoons with her grandchildren.
  • A man, 35, who graduated from college in 2008 with a finance degree and has been living in Manhattan for the past 10 years. He works as an executive assistant at a private company within the financial industry.
  • A man, 33, who works for a “government entity” and lives in the Bronx with his wife. He says he mostly watches sports and thinks he was watching football when he flipped the channel and saw the news about Epstein’s suicide.
  • A man, 34, who lives in Manhattan and previously worked in advertising but is not currently employed. He said he knew of both Epstein and Maxwell but didn’t follow the case “super well.”
  • A man, 41, living in Manhattan and working as a musician. He said he’d heard of Epstein being a “billionaire who solicited prostitutes or underage girls” and was aware of Maxwell being his “girlfriend or romantic partner.”
  • A man, 64, who is a lifelong Manhattan resident and has worked for the past 24 years as a paraprofessional for a “public entity.” He lives alone, doesn’t read the news and is not on social media, preferring to spend his free time watching old movies and the Mets.

Six alternates have also been chosen – including a 36-year-old real estate broker who studied civil engineering in the Dominican Republic, and a 54-year-old woman who lives in Westchester and works in maintenance “in a building in the city.”


Those points noted, there are several undercurrents, suggested in our introduction above, that could make this of interest to the political and business communities. That includes manufactured housing, which has other drama that MHProNews and MHLivingNews have spotlighted, which others in our profession have ignored. MHProNews uncovers facts and evidence and covers the news and research. By contrast, some of our wanna be rivals tend to cover up for those in power, quite the opposite of what journalism is supposed to be about.

Trade media can and should be a ‘cheer leader’ when it is appropriate to do so. But authentic trade media also holds the powers that be to account. Who says? The American Press Institute.

It is entirely possible that some of those could shed yet another unfavorable light on certain “predatory” firms in manufactured housing. If so, it could fit the prosecutions claim that Maxwell and Epstein have been sexual predators and peddlers of flesh. MHProNews will monitor and report as may seem appropriate.


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 11.29.2021

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  • Amazon warehouse workers in Alabama will get another chance to unionize
  • Stocks rebound after Omicron plunge
  • Wall Street is at peak ambiguity thanks to Omicron
  • Covid vaccine makers’ stocks soar on Omicron variant concerns
  • ‘Omicron’ cryptocurrency soars on new variant
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  • Macao casino shares tumble after police arrest Suncity founder
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  • ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ overloaded ticket sites. That’s good news for theaters
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  • Jack Dorsey, chief executive officer of Twitter Inc. and Square Inc., sits for a photograph following an Empowering Entrepreneurs event at Ryerson University in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on Tuesday, April 2, 2019.
  • Twitter stock jumps after report says CEO Jack Dorsey to step down
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  • Bugatti is the jewel in Volkswagen’s crown, and this 33-year-old is taking it electric
  • Canadian maple syrup is displayed for sale at a gift shop in downtown Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, on Monday, Nov. 25, 2013. Bank of Montreal is recommending provincial bonds, even with the debt on pace to register annual losses for the first time since 1999, in anticipation investors will seek higher-yielding assets as a cushion when rates rise.
  • Facing shortages, Canada taps its strategic reserves of maple syrup
  • A handwritten sign explains reduced hours at a Starbucks Cofee cafe in Lafayette, California due to staffing shortages, October 22, 2021.
  • Why thousands of restaurants are open, but you’re not allowed inside
  • Woman unretires to help hometown restaurant
  • KFC wants customers to ditch the drive-thru
  • Here’s how to fix screwed up drive-thrus
  • This famous restaurant ditched meat. Will people pay?
  • Adam Selipsky, chief executive officer of Tableau Software Inc., speaks during the opening keynote of the 2019 DreamForce conference in San Francisco, California, U.S., on Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2019.
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  • Why Amazon is opening an in-person cloud skills center
  • Starbucks and Amazon Go open concept store in NYC
  • Amazon slaps a $9.95 fee on Whole Foods deliveries
  • Vaccinated workers will not be required to wear masks

Headlines from right-of-center Newsmax – evening of 11.29.2021

  • Report: Biden to Delay Suspension of Unvaccinated Workers
  • The White House Office of Management and Budget is reportedly telling federal agencies they can hold off suspending or firing federal workers for not complying with a vaccine mandate until after the holidays. [Full Story]
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  • Biden Urges Americans to Mask Indoors, Says Omicron to Appear in US ‘Sooner or Later’
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  • Doctor Who Discovered Omicron Slams ‘Hype,’ Travel Bans
  • Newsmax TV
  • Steil: Concerned Biden Will Use Omicron to Push Agenda | video
  • Tenney: NYC Mayor Can’t Stop Noncitizen Vote Push | video
  • Grothman: Omicron Brings New Worries on Immigrant Testing | video
  • Jha: Omicron Won’t Set COVID Fight Back to Day One | video
  • Gordon Chang: Reps’ Trip to Taiwan Bolsters US Intentions | video
  • Tenney: China ‘Worse Than the Soviet Union’ of the 1980s | video
  • Ex-Sheriff Clarke: Arbery, Rittenhouse Juries Made ‘Just’ Decisions | video
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  • Newsfront
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  • Judge Halts Vax Mandate for Health Staffers in 10 States
  • Matthew Schelp, a judge from the Eastern District of Missouri, [Full Story]
  • WH Holiday Decor Honors COVID-19 Frontline Workers
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  • US Will Bolster Guam, Australia Bases to Offset China
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  • Apple’s ‘Tone Deaf’ Tim Cook References IBM’s Ties to Nazis in China Defense
  • Apple CEO Tim Cook may want to avoid a repeat mention of IBM’s 1930s [Full Story] | Platinum Article
  • Ghislaine Maxwell Is ‘Not Jeffrey Epstein,’ Defense Lawyer Says as Trial Starts
  • Ghislaine Maxwell’s criminal trial got under way on Monday, with a [Full Story]
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  • Fed’s Policies Cost Main Street $4 Trillion (So Far)
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  • Treasury Dept to Redirect Rental-Assistance Money to States in Need
  • The Treasury Department is redirecting rental-assistance money from [Full Story]
  • Fauci: Omicron Will ‘Spread Widely’ So Get Booster Shots
  • The omicron coronavirus variant of COVID-19 is “going to spread [Full Story]
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  • The White House on Monday revealed holiday decorations to honor [Full Story]
  • Report: Biden To Delay Suspension Of Unvaxxed Fed Workers Until After Holidays
  • The White House Office of Management and Budget is reportedly telling [Full Story]
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  • Dorsey’s Journey From Microblogging Pioneer to Twitter Billionaire
  • Jack Dorsey on Monday stepped down as the chief executive officer of [Full Story]
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  • Moderna CEO: Omicron Vaccine Will Take Months, Higher Dose Booster Could Be Done ‘Right Away’
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  • Schumer’s ‘Innovation Act’ Angers China
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  • Dorsey’s Journey From Microblogging Pioneer to Twitter Billionaire
  • Jack Dorsey on Monday stepped down as the chief executive officer of Twitter Inc, the social media firm he helped found in 2006 and steered through a high-profile hack and the controversial banning of former U.S. President Donald Trump…. [Full Story]
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  • COVID SCIENCE: Omicron Reinfection Likely Less Severe
  • More Finance
  • Health
  • Scientists Ask Whether Omicron Can Spread Faster Than Delta
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  • What We Know and Don’t Know About Omicron Variant

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                            • 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).
                            • NOTE: Deer Valley was largely taken private, say company insiders in a message to MHProNews on 12.15.2020, but there are still some outstanding shares of  the stock from the days when it was a publicly traded firm.  Thus, there is still periodic activity on DVLY.
  • As the Summer of 2021 draws to a closeBerkshire Hathaway is the parent company to Clayton Homes, 21st Mortgage, Vanderbilt Mortgage and other factory built housing industry suppliers.
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    All on Capitol Hill were welcoming and interested. But Congressman Al Green’s office was tremendous in their hospitality. Our son’s hand is on a package that included a copy of the Constitution of the United States and other goodies. Tamas has grown considerably since this photo was taken. 

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