Scientologist and anti-vaxxer Grant Cardone announced that no one needs to be vaccinated to work at his companies. This flies in the face of President Biden’s order for the US military personnel to be vaccinated as well as other government workers. Likewise, major companies including Google Microsoft, and Netflix are ordering their employees to be vaccinated. So are state governments, universities, hospitals, and many other institutions. The US Supreme Court has upheld the legality of vaccine mandates.
But Grant Cardone knows better than everyone else because he is a Scientologist and therefore an expert on everything in life.
We can see how Grant Cardone used his Scientology OT Super Powers in April 2020. Specifically, in an interview on Vlad TV, Grant Cardone predicted that COVID would destroy the US housing market and wipe out the stock market. Cardone told everyone to sell their homes, 401k’s, and all their stocks.
As a financial prognosticator Grant Cardone got it 100% wrong. Home prices soared as did the stock market. The S&P crossed 4500 today (August 25, 2021) and the stock market is hot.
Cardone’s pitch to his investors has been to sell their homes, stocks, and everything else and invest it all in Cardone Capital’s multifamily real estate (apartments) for ten years in exchange for a 4-6% rate of return. Cardone does not disclose how inflation alone will turn $100,000 invested in Cardone Capital in 2021 into a lot less money in ten years. For the record, Amazon stock grew from $772 to $3300 per share in the last five years.
Fast forward to 41:50 where Vlad says to Grant, “Okay so let’s talk about the stock market for a second.”
42:33 Grant Cardone: I told people to sell their stocks Vlad the last time I was on your show right and I told them to sell their house – yeah and I even said hey if you have a house and you have any equity in it sell it because you might not be able to in the future – so I don’t like stocks I mean it’s not like I’ve been out there protected I’m not short in the market right you know and and I would tell people today even with the market up over 20% in those 3 weeks sell every stock that you have.
The everyday man has no business investing in the stock market you don’t know what you’re doing you don’t know where it’s going you don’t know how the company works you don’t know about the leverage you don’t know who’s stealing — you don’t know sh*t, you’re gambling okay. You know enough to know that you can be at the table okay and you think you know what you’re doing but you don’t know what’s in that deck and it’s just a gamble…
Cardone says the “everyday man” has no business investing in the stock market. Cardone here positions himself as a financial genius and the “everyday man” as an ignoramus. This leads us to ask John P.’s Wall Street question: Where are all of the private jets, mansions, and yachts owned by Cardone’s investors? Looks like that paltry 4-6% a year return won’t buy a Gulfstream, a Lambo, or any of the things Grant buys with the profits he makes from their in money. Grant gets the mine and his investors get the shaft. (Silence follows from Cardone)
Cardone’s arrogance is appalling. And yet arrogance is very much a core characteristic of Scientologists. For example, Tom Cruise said that only Scientologists know how to help at the scene of accidents. Anyone who is sensible would rather have paramedics and other first responders at the scene of an accident rather than Scientologists. But Tom Cruise thinks otherwise: Only Scientologists can help.
When Cardone says of investing in the stock market “you don’t know who’s stealing” he fails to give full disclosure and inform Vlad TV viewers that his his fellow Scientologist Jay Spina was just sent to prison for ten years for stealing $80 million Medicare scam. Jay’s brother Jeff Spina will also be sent to prison for ten years at his upcoming sentencing.
Likewise, when Cardone says of investing in the stock market “you don’t know who’s stealing” he fails to give full disclosure and inform Vlad TV viewers that his fellow Scientologist David Gentile was arrested by the FBI and is headed towards a criminal trial in which he stole $1.8 billion in his Ponzi scheme called GPB Capital Holdings.
Grant Cardone ignores everything inconvenient about the Church of Scientology that he does not want to know about. What he emphasizes is that vaccines are just a money-grabbing scam by Big Pharma. Grant Cardone is living in the QAnon universe.
Grant Cardone is fine with staffing his Miami-Dade based companies with unvaccinated people. Miami-Dade is a Covid hotspot. So why would anyone want to invest in Cardone Capital when Cardone is a rabid spreader of anti-vax disinformation? If Cardone is this stupid about a lethal virus, what else is he stupid about? Oh yes. His April 2020 prediction that the housing and stock markets would imminently collapse.
As a Scientology OTVIII, Cardone knows L. Ron Hubbard’s big inside secret: The Psychs are from the planet Farsec! As a Scientologist, Grant Cardone also knows that the Psychs are behind Big Pharma. Hence, Cardone makes another one of his staggeringly illiterate Scientology-based anti-vaxxer tweets:
Get vaccinated and still test positive for Covid.
BTW – why get tested if you are vaccinated?
Come on Folks….. really?#profit #bigpharma #scam
— Grant Cardone. (@GrantCardone) May 16, 2021
Grant Cardone’s tweets shows his ignorance of even basic science: Even if one has been vaccinated they can still be exposed to the Delta variant and other Covid variants. This is why they get tested. We could explain how viruses mutate to Cardone, but it would be a waste of time as it was not written by L. Ron Hubbard and he will therefore not read it.
An OTVIIIisGrrr8! bit of satire about Scientologists and vaccines. Grant Cardone is free to copy this, make it into a poster, and put copies around his unvaccinated offices in Aventura, Florida to educate his unvaccinated staff:
It is hoped that Xenu will come quickly and take Grant Cardone away in a giant spaceship to Target II where he can be with his Lord and Savior L. Ron Hubbard.
Categories: The Scientology Money Project
Jeffrey is far more versed in what Grant C has gotten wrong in the past, present, and future ( if he has one ) than I. What I took away from this piece was Grant’s rant about the average everyday man has no business investing in the stock market or anything else. It is 2021 and he makes a statement that is condescending and sexist and totally ridiculous to the point of absurdity. His 4-6% on his rental units is his rotten pie in the swamp! The only one gambling with other people’s money is Grant himself. Scientology has promoted its policies on business for decades. I was not involved with public paying members who had Scientology businesses but I heard a pot plenty of them and so much more today than I ever knew in the 70s in Sea Org. 💛
Grunt Condom: Flex, wear tight suits, and say stupid shit. Sounds legit, sign me up!😆💥💣🤗
Why are people still interviewing this guy?! He’d do better going to the gym more and creating an onlyfans porn page. The only thing he is competent to do!
That was a great article.
In a paltry attempt to contribute:
HCO Bulletin 27 Aug AD 71
Anti BD Logo
The anti BD logo shall be made available to members of the Scientology Church in good standing agreeing to abide by membership guidelines at a nominal cost. Ideally, widest dissemination will be endeavored, ensuring the planet is rid of the BD implant and everyone is unvaccinated.
ADM B. Jumbojets
Follow the Prime Directive
Looking forward to my second Pfizer dose in the next few days. Can’t say that it was all that bad, but I sure wouldn’t want a full fledged case of Covid after that experience, nor would I wish it on anyone else. This is inpart why I’m particularly keen to get my second dose. I guess Cardone slaves, I mean employees, will not be leaving the country anytime soon with their unvaccinated status and because they will be too busy smiling and dialing. This should be a red flag to the culture there. Additionally, the advice regarding the stock market is idiotic. I should get my own financial education company to rival this nonsense. The problem is, there wouldn’t be enough material because it’s so idiotic, you’d only need a paragraph or two.
“The everyday man has no business investing in the stock market you don’t know what you’re doing you don’t know where it’s going you don’t know how the company works you don’t know about the leverage you don’t know who’s stealing — you don’t know sh*t, you’re gambling okay. You know enough to know that you can be at the table okay and you think you know what you’re doing but you don’t know what’s in that deck and it’s just a gamble…”
Let’s take Grant at his word. Given the predicament of his profound ignorance, does the everyday man have any business investing in real estate? After all, it’s an investment with far less liquidity, a much higher buy-in, tremendous leverage (which amplifies success as well as failure) and far less opportunities for diversification than stocks.
Given Grant’s predictions of financial Armageddon, should everyday man even consider real estate in times as apparently perilous as these? Wouldn’t this call for a flight into cash, bonds or gold?
And not knowing “who’s stealing” but being fully aware of Grant’s reputation for undisclosed fees, dubious public statements and prospectus claims, maximum leverage as well as self-dealing and his unwavering commitment to a cult that holds to an extremely self-serving redefinition of “ethics” is it unreasonable to suspect that Grant’s stealing?
B.T.C. you make excellent points. Grant is utterly self-serving in every way possible. When he was sued, he panicked.