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Manuel P. Asensio is a fierce fighter for American natural and civil rights. He is Cuban born American patriot. He escaped Cuban Communist two weeks after the Bay of Pigs fiasco on May 15, 1961.  Manuel grew up in an Italian-American neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York with a Catholic church and parochial school at its center.


Manuel's mother, Caridad Asensio, is the cofounder of the Caridad Center, Florida’s largest free health clinic and one of the largest in the nation. Caridad is a member of the Florida’s Women’s Hall of Fame and a recipient of the National Jefferson Award.


Manuel is the founder of Asensio & Company, LLC the nation’s first Wall Street firm dedicated to exposing stock fraud. The press dubbed  him the “Most Hated Man on Wall Street,” “Demolition Man” and "Attila the Hun." Later, as the benefits of his work to the transparency in our capital market became well-known, he became officially recognized as the Pioneer of Informational Arbitrage. Manuel authored the Wall Street classic “Sold Short: Uncovering Deception in the Markets” that chronicles Manuel’s adventures battling Wall Street bankers and brokers, corporate executives, and the press who were either investing or defending fraudulent stocks in the nation’s securities marketplace while at the same time fighting off their protectors, FINRA and SEC.


He also wrote and produced “Trump Unites All Americans!” a graphic novel based on my real-life experiences starring his daughter, Eva Asensio, President Trump, his former US Attorney General Bill Barr, and Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr. The children's book is based on Manuel’s real life story as the nation’s leading independent authority on the regulation of  federal judicial national policy-making and misconduct.

For General Information call:   352-WINRED-1


To Talk to Mr. Asensio call:        814-ASENSIO


Asensio for Congress
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