Kris Krohn offers an unsparing commentary on Grant Cardone’s hoax bankruptcy announcement. Bottom line: Kris said that Grant lied when he made his fake bankruptcy announcement and thereby destroyed the trust people had in him. We agree with Kris. No one should trust Grant Cardone after he told an extremely serious and significant lie in which he said he was going bankrupt.
Scientologist Grant Cardone made a series of false and misleading statements in his bankruptcy hoax video. As CEO of Cardone Capital, Cardone has a fiduciary responsibility to his investors to not knowingly make false and misleading statements about the company. He breached this obligation by lying about going bankrupt. Cardone tried to characterize it as a social media stunt. However, wee see it as a highly irresponsible and outright lie and possibly even a criminal act.
Here is what L. Ron Hubbard said about lying:
THE ONLY WAY YOU CAN CONTROL PEOPLE IS TO LIE TO THEM. You can write that down in your book in great big letters. The only way you can control anybody is to lie to them… [An] individual is lying to you because he is trying to control you—because if they give you enough misinformation they will pull you down the tone scale so that they can control you.
-L. Ron Hubbard, “Technique 88”
Grant Cardone lied to people about going bankrupt. He did so in order to control people and put their attention on himself and his company. In doing so, Cardone was following Scientology policy as outlined by L. Ron Hubbard: Lie to control people.
Having told such a monumental lie to get attention, Grant Cardone has now placed himself on a very slippery slope where people have to regard anything he says as a possible lie.
Grant Cardone cannot be trusted. People need to check and verify any statement he makes.
If Grant Cardone lied about being bankrupt, what else will he lie about? What else has he lied about? The loss of trust is extraordinarily damaging and Cardone showed he cannot be trusted when he engaged in his cynical and self-serving hoax that he was going bankrupt.
Fact: Grant Cardone showed that he was willing to lie to control people. In doing so, he followed the policy on lying of his guru L. Ron Hubbard.
As we have said for 15 years, the Church of Scientology lies as the central principle of its own existence.
- L. Ron Hubbard lied when he said he was wounded in combat in WWII and left crippled and blinded as a result. The fact is that Hubbard never served one day in combat. See our article: Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard’s Fake Purple Hearts and Bronze Star!
- L. Ron Hubbard lied when he said was a nuclear physicist.
- L. Ron Hubbard told so many lies so often that he is regarded as a pathological liar.
- Grant Cardone lied when he said he was going bankrupt.
The Church of Scientology trains its members to lie. Hubbard called the art of lying “Learning How to Effectively Outflow False Data.”
Grant Cardone’s bankruptcy lie showed that he has mastered Scientology’s art of effectively outflowing false data. Cardone then laughed and sneered at people who believed his lie. Sorry, but Grant Cardone is the CEO of Cardone Capital and people tend to take the statements of a CEO at face value. We’ll never make that mistake again when it comes Grant Cardone. He lied and will lie again because that’s what liars do.
Rondi Lambeth rightfully excoriates Grant Cardone in very forceful terms during the first nine minutes of his new video:
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