Carson swears he had nothing to do with the company Mannatech in any knowledgable way as endorsing. He does however, take their wonderful supplements even cured him of cancer, but he does not, nor ever has endorsed the company.
Carson also swears that Mannatech the company basically bought him an endowed chair at Johns Hopkins as was revealed in a 2011 videoshowing Carson making the following statement to Mannatech associates during a keynote address at a company convention (was he simply assigned by a speakers bureau for this speech too?)
“Well three years ago I had an endowed chair bestowed upon me. And uh, it requires $2.5 million to do an endowed chair and I’m proud to say that part of that $2.5 million came from Mannatech.”
But of course Carson’s campaign promptly denied Mannetech helping Carson to secure that fellowship stating there were no contributions from them at all. Again that said that Carson was just “confused” as he had been doing some fundraising for the hospital and got things mixed up.
Well, I would say any candidate that is always getting things mixed up is a scary thing. Someone who is always confused and constantly misunderstood is definitely not presidential material at all.