A story at The Quinton Report last week revealed some of the details of Gutierrez’s past – including all of his bankruptcies and the revocation of his real estate license.
In addition to the details I provided last week, Slate reports on other information that has come to light in their article by Ben Mathis-Lilley:,”Shocker: The ‘Taco Trucks on Every Corner’ Trump Guy Is a Serial Scam Artist.”
Slate points to a Mercury News piece on Gutierrez as well:
The California Department of Real Estate revoked Gutierrez’ broker’s license in 2012 after accusing him of making two unauthorized charges to a client’s bank account—one to pay $800.36 to Sprint and the other to pay $821.57 to Comcast.
Under a settlement with state regulators, Gutierrez was allowed to get a restricted seller’s license, but he surrendered that in 2014 after being alerted that he was once again being investigated for real estate law violations.
Slate also discusses the 14 bankruptcy filings:
Meanwhile, the conservative blog Quinton Report has found a court filing in which it’s revealed that Gutierrez and his wife have filed for bankruptcy a combined 14 times. A woman involved in the case testified that the family seems to use the practice of filing and then not following through on bankruptcy proceedings as a delaying tactic…
This is my favorite “Guy improbably supporting Trump turns out to be a clown” story since the Trump “University” “student” who defended Trump University to CNN turned out to also have gone bankrupt. Gee, what do you think it is about the Trump campaign that deadbeats find so appealing?
Not Just Slate
Over the long weekend, Cher tweeted my original story to her 3 million followers:
No wonder he supports Trump..
Trumps a crook 2 https://t.co/irB8xYUpgW
— Cher (@cher) September 4, 2016
Two days later, Gutierrez responded:
— Marco4Trump Ⓜ️ MAGA (@MarcoGutierrez) September 5, 2016