MICHIGAN- Gubernatorial candidate Garrett Soldano seems to be making headway in campaign funding, but why is he so good at it?
You may change your mind about voting for him after reading about his business dealings.
Soldano was chased out of Florida in 2018 and wound up here in Michigan because he was caught selling fake stem cell therapy and ripping off seniors for $5k a pop, claiming it was the "Fountain of Youth" with his partner Brent Detelich, a fellow chiropractor who was busted for defrauding insurance companies in 2007. He was busted a second time for running the fake Stem Cell Institute of America, which Garrett was a proud member of.
If you look at the bottom left corner of the manufacture label on the test, you will see it's "For Research Use only. Not for Use in Diagnostic procedures." Check it out for yourself:
Anthony Close, in 2010, was jailed in New Zealand for running the country's largest drug import ring and selling the date rape drug GHB.
When Close was released from prison, Garrett connected with Close to sell phony blood and COVID-19 tests. Close is now selling fake injections in Indonesia.
Next up is Eagle Venture fund run by Manis Canning, a government affairs and Public Relation Firm in Maryland specializing in Grassroots movements with a client list including all the big drug companies. And they just happened to have a testimony on the Lab Me Analytics website.
If you look up the SEC filings, and then Google map the address, from the street view it shows Manis Canning on the door:
To boot, Soldano has many businesses he’s incorporated and closed. It raises several questions.
And his latest business venture, Clean Craft Junkie LLC. lasted for about 7 months, being formed in June of 2019 and then dissolved in January of 2020. Why would someone throw in the towel on a business so quickly?
To those that have chosen to blindly follow and donate, take another look! Everything is linked.