... is it a scam?

Tomorrow Herbalife CEO Michael Johnson :: and his saggy band of morally culpable senior executives … are due to present their fake company’s response to Bill Ackman’s truth {and money} attack on their fucking obvious pyramid scheme.

Strange that it takes more than two weeks for the country’s highest paid CEO to come up with a decent {or not} defense to such a direct challenge on the legality of his business model :: but I guess he’s really busy coming up with neat new flavors for low-end shake mix … or something.

According to Michael O. Johnson … all of this talk about Herbalife being a scam is totally new to Michael O. Johnson. In another time and place he may have resorted to feigning ignorance by rapidly fanning his face with a monogramed kerchief …

{affected}

“How dare you Mr. Bill Ackman? How dare you sir?”

{swoon}

{Jim Cramer enters stage right … gently strokes Johnson’s forehead and wallet until he recovers.}

It must have been confusing for Mr. Johnson when he searched Google to find out if Ackman was right about Herbalife being a total sham/scam :: only to find most of the Internet’s useful information on the topic {that hadn’t already been removed by agressive legal posturing} buried under a huge fucking pile of FTC rule-violating fake reviews posted by unicorn industry boosters … and his own distributors.

You can bury the truth … but eventually someone {or some robot} is gonna come along with a shovel.

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