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Published: Mar 25, 2016
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Post Date: 2016-03-25 13:00:40 by BobCeleste
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#1. To: All (#0)

Oh dear, the National Enquirer has come out with a story claiming evidence of multiple sexual trysts by presidential candidate Senator Ted Cruz.

Worse yet for the Cruz camp, the framework within the article is structurally very concerning:

The National Enquirer is indeed a tabloid – and as such there are various grains of salt that should be applied when reviewing anything they present.

However, that said, they have been unfortunately accurate for more than a few presidential hopefuls: Gary Hart, Jesse Jackson and John Edwards to name a few of the more infamous examples.

Beyond the story itself there’s a few presenting elements which point to a high degree of confidence, and as a consequence ‘legal avoidance’, on the publishers’ part.

Firstly, they post pictures of the collective mistresses. NE would never legally “go there” if they did not hold a very reasonable certainty the outlined players were factually part of the story.

Secondly, there’s at least one face in the group that is easily identifiable.

When you accept the NE editorial/legal requirement for research and attributed comment prior to publication, you recognize there is more than a strong probability each of the outlined group (pictured) was contacted prior to publication; and one of those is very close to the Donald Trump campaign. Ergo, it’s entirely likely presidential candidate Donald Trump knew this story was coming out.

Which puts candidate Trump’s prior discussion and opinion of media libel in a strangely much larger, and more substantially prescient, aspect. 3-D political strategy not withstanding.

The National Enquirer has essentially baited the hook in a typical manner and one famously utilized by Andrew Breitbart.

So now they wait and see if, and how, the Cruz campaign responds. It is entirely possible the story could explode exponentially depending on the severity of any denials or admissions therein.

UPDATE: Since the publication first hit the newsstands (depends on region) the Twitter-sphere has lit up with conversation about the scandal. It appears many political followers believe they have identified two three of the blurred out images within the National Enquirer story.

If these people on twitter are correct, this story is not soon to be easily dismissed by the Ted Cruz presidential campaign:

Amanda Carpenter is the conservative activist, CNN contributor, and writer for Mark Levin and the Conservative Review who recently published a “BLACKLIST” targeting anyone who supports Ted Cruz’s primary opponent, Donald Trump.

Update #2 – It appears three of the pictured mystery women from the National Enquirer article have now been identified.

3 of Cruz's alleged mistresses have been identified: Katrina Pierson, Sarah Isgur Flores, and Amanda Carpenter. https://t.co/GUF55Kli31— Joel Luther (@joel_luther) March 25, 2016

Interestingly Sarah Isgur Flores, in addition to being a well known political operative, was also the campaign manager for Carly Fiorina. And that little factoid brings an earlier discovery into question; where the Super-PAC for Ted Cruz (Keep the Promise) actually sent the Super-PAC for Carly Fiorina (Carly for America “CfA”) $500,000.

That distribution from one candidate’s Super-PAC to another, raised the eyebrows of the Federal Election Commission who inquired about the rather unusual transaction.

Update #4 – The Plot Thickens. Apparently, at least part of this story was very well known amid the political circles (pundits, columnists, reporters etc.) who swirl around the various presidential campaign camps.

It appears the sexual exploits of Ted Cruz was the story many were curious about back in late February and early March.

A Breitbart reporter held the information but never released it; according to most common speculation because the owners/operators/editors of the outlet determined it was not in alignment with their political affiliations:

For those of you less familiar with Twitter and “Hashtags” there was a considerable amount of apparent discussion under the hashtag “#TheThing“, where “The Thing” was knowledge of the Ted Cruz affairs.

If you look up #TheThing and go back to March 10th – March 14th, what you’ll find are multiple conversations about finding someone, anyone, to report on the Ted Cruz affairs. The group pushing for the requested articles were seemingly all supporters of Marco Rubio.

The apparent thinking was if they could get the media to pick-up the story prior to Super Tuesday, it would finish off Ted Cruz and allow Marco Rubio to win in several key elections and states.

Unfortunately, the truth-tellers ran into the corporate side of the media enterprises. Breitbart, owned by pro-Cruz Super-PAC funder Robert Mercer was one of the roadblocks. The editor, Ben Shapiro, also now being named as one of the political advocates who would not allow his chosen candidate to be ‘outed”. Shapiro is also the Editor of The Daily Wire, which is also owned by a Pro-Cruz Super-PAC team, The Wilks Brothers.

It appears Shapiro buried and blocked the story because he, along with others, didn’t want to see Cruz negatively impacted. Unfortunately, this is brutal confirmation of the type of media bias we have discussed before.

Pro-Rubio and Pro-Cruz corporate media intercepts refusing to allow sunlight upon their preferred candidate(s). (Salem Communications: Hugh Hewitt et al, NRO, Human Events, Twitchy, etc) and Pro-Cruz sites like Conservative Review (Mark Levin, and unfortunately Amanda Carpenter), Right Scoop, Red State, Insurgent etc. with an obvious reason to bury or not allow the story to surface.

This obnoxious Cruz gaggle is making me even more excited for #TheThing

— Maggie Cucci (@maggie_cucci) March 12, 2016

Once Senator Marco Rubio lost Florida, the incentive for public airing of the Ted Cruz marital affairs was immediately diminished.

Those within the #StopTrump campaign now preferring the sexual trysts did not surface because the damage only benefits Donald Trump, a candidate they despise and are working actively to defeat.

Many of the former political types who wanted to see the story surface have now joined Team Cruz and would prefer the story have stayed hidden.

Ambition for Two […] They’d met on the 2000 George W. Bush campaign, when they worked three cubicles apart, and in the years since, they’d gone from an apartment in Northern Virginia to a 19th-floor condo in Houston to a series of three-star hotels in early-primary states. Heidi had taken an unpaid leave from her lucrative job at Goldman Sachs to join Ted on the trail.

But in the earliest days of their marriage, they weren’t always together. At a time when Ted Cruz felt unsatisfied with his track in Washington, he made a decision to take a high-profile job in Austin — as Texas’s solicitor general — that provided a testing ground for his conservative arguments but also forced him to move 1,500 miles from Heidi, who continued working at the Treasury Department in Washington.

The job ultimately helped to launch Ted Cruz’s political career. It also nearly backfired: He and Heidi weathered several years of strained, long-distance commuting. And when Heidi finally moved to Texas, the strain only grew. She fell into a depression, what Cruz calls the couple’s “difficult chapter.”

Cruz, now 45, looks back on that decision 13 years ago to leave Washington as an essential part of his rise as a top-tier Republican presidential candidate. The choice bore the Cruz hallmarks: ambition, a willingness to take major risks and confidence that he could pull it off. In an interview with The Washington Post, Cruz also said that the move also shows how he and Heidi work in tandem. They both held aspirations for their careers, and they were willing to live apart to chase their goals. (read more)

Earlier today Ted Cruz spoke mightily and angrily on the campaign trail:

Eli, Eli, nai erchomai Kurios Iesous.

BobCeleste  posted on  2016-03-25   13:14:18 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#2. To: BobCeleste (#1)

I'm more surprised that many women would be interested in his ugly ass.

The article would have been bs if they hadn't identified so many known people. Amanda Carpenter is damn crazy with her attacks on trump.

calcon  posted on  2016-03-25   13:55:29 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#3. To: calcon (#2)

I agree.

Eli, Eli, nai erchomai Kurios Iesous.

BobCeleste  posted on  2016-03-25   14:14:41 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#4. To: All (#0)

And more, one very worrisome.

www.targetliberty.com/201...-extramarital-affair.html

Eli, Eli, nai erchomai Kurios Iesous.

BobCeleste  posted on  2016-03-26   8:54:55 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#5. To: BobCeleste (#0)

How are you guys any better than gossip news?

This is as pathetic attempt by Trump people as it comes.

One of the women have already come out and denied this crap.

You just got to love GOP gutter politics. Why have enemies when you are in the GOP? Makes me wonder if the GOP will go after Hillary this way? Probably not.

Justified  posted on  2016-03-26   10:06:01 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#6. To: Justified (#5)

You don't know much about publishing a paper do you.

Eli, Eli, nai erchomai Kurios Iesous.

BobCeleste  posted on  2016-03-26   17:50:41 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#7. To: BobCeleste (#6)

You don't know much about publishing a paper do you.

You think the paper will get sued? They just paid for the lawyers to defend this crap from stupid people reading what they had to say. Its a win win for them. All they have to do is produce someone claiming they saw something and its court bound. If anyone gets in trouble it will be some poor nobody who has no money which lets the paper to print all they want. Its the same old shit they do to good people all the time. Everyone with a brain realizes this.

Justified  posted on  2016-03-26   18:39:07 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#8. To: Justified (#7)

I disbelieve the story. If I had a way to bet on it, I would go "all in". This is up there with the Clarence Thomas, and Robert Bork smear jobs. Just the fact that people support someone for a high office that places negative adjectives in front of his opponents names disturbs me greatly. I fear we will have a Don as President. His last name may as well be Corleone.

jeremiad  posted on  2016-03-26   20:08:23 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#9. To: Justified (#5)

If it is sjut gossip why doesn't cruz sue them? If he doesn't sue, it msut be true.

Eli, Eli, nai erchomai Kurios Iesous.

BobCeleste  posted on  2016-03-30   8:15:11 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#10. To: Justified (#7)

The more you get sued the more your insurance goes up, finally you cannot buy coverage.

No Paper is going to print names without being 99.9% sure, Your candidate is crude, cruz is a hateful cheater risking his entire family life and his seeing his girls for a twenty minute romp in the ahy, risking all kind so disease. Another bill, the scum ball, Klinton.

Eli, Eli, nai erchomai Kurios Iesous.

BobCeleste  posted on  2016-03-30   8:17:55 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#11. To: jeremiad (#8)

the Clarence Thomas, and Robert Bork smear jobs

Came out of Congress, they did not originate in the press.

Eli, Eli, nai erchomai Kurios Iesous.

BobCeleste  posted on  2016-03-30   8:19:17 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


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