Guess who scored a “primetime” speaking slot on Wednesday at the RNC?
Hats off, if you guessed Michelle Van Etten, a “multi-level marketer who peddles pseudoscience”-grounded supplements endorsed by conspiracy theorist Alex Jones of Infowars.
This isn’t the first time Donald Trump’s been connected to a pseudo-pyramid-scheme-marketed supplement with dubious real benefits. The Trump Network
sold “a multivitamin, tailored for customers based on a urine test” that “cost $139.95, plus $69.95 a month for the vitamins, plus $99.95 for additional testing every six months.” A lofty price-point, considering “experts” believed it to be “of questionable value,” according to the Washington Post
Leave your sketchy supplements at home, folks, you’ll be feeling plenty “crazed” without them this week in Cleveland.
Published: Jul 18, 2016