Smorg is giving St Peter the 7!
I grew up in the rust belt, I try to buy American ,support small local business etc.. Mom worked for GM 40 years and I try to support her pension. Bought her a Buick Encore then realized it was built in Korea. Most everyday items cannot be purchased made in the US. I did find a washer/dryer made in US, commercial duty, analog controls, 3-year warrantee "Speed Queen" from Wisconsin. It was the only U.S. washer in the store.
I bought a front loading Speed Queen washer for the house. The house was an old frame home up on low piers. Threw a load of clothes in the washer and settled down to watch TV. First thing I know the house is shaking and the washer waltzes out of the washroom and into the kitchen! Didn't stop until it ran out of hose. Rent house and a linoleum floor in the washroom. I grabbed an old piece of two by four wood and some big nails. Put the washer back where I wanted it and spiked the wood down to the floor in front of it. "That'll fix ya!" It did too but the whole three bedroom home still shook when we ran a load of clothes. Maybe the best washer I ever had though.