Ted Cruz has been accused of sleeping with at least five different women in what’s now know as the #CruzSexScandal. I have some important updates.
In mid-March, Rubio backers started a Super PAC called Stop Trump. Rick Wilson and others began claiming a campaign-ending story about Cruz would surface.
This story was labelled The Thing.
The Thing was understood to mean a sex scandal involving Ted Cruz. Read: A Ted Cruz SEX SCANDAL Appears To Be Looming?
Today the Super PAC deleted the Tweet quoted above and claims The Thing is not the #CruzSexScandal.
Charles Johnson of Got News talked to me over the phone. He claims that The Thing was a story Team Rubio made up to hit Cruz with. At the time of The Thing, there were rumors that a Marco Rubio affair scandal would hit.
Team Rubio intended to lie about Cruz in order to hit back.
According to Johnson, Team Rubio rather than Team Trump was behind the Crux sex scandal.
Johnson also gave me an off-the-record explanation for the $500,000 that a Ted Cruz Super PAC gave to a PAC that supported one of Cruz’s alleged mistresses. I can’t explain everything other than to say someone with a lot of money didn’t understand the rules.
Drew Johnson, a columnist with the Washington Times, posted a Tweet saying: “COMING CLEAN: From what I know, at least 2 of the women named as Cruz mistresses by the National Enquirer are accurate #TRUMP #CRUZ #TCOT.
Johnson went on to say, “Lots heard rumors. An online media outlet new the whole story but they chose not to run w/it.”
Is the Ted Cruz sex scandal real or not?
One sees a lot of smoke, and when there is smoke, there is fire.
On the other hand, Team Rubio has been dishonest throughout this election.
What if Team Rubio created a hoax to hurt Ted Cruz? Once Trump won Florida, forcing Rubio from the race, they didn’t want to run the hoax because Rubio would rather see Cruz win the primary or at least prevent Trump from earning the necessary 1,237 delegates needed to avoid a contested convention.
On the other hand, that logic would apply equally if the Ted Cruz sex scandal were true. Rubio’s consultants ditched the story, even though it’s true, because a sex scandal would take Cruz out of the race, guaranteeing Trump 1,237 delegates.
Rubio’s team are highly-paid consultants, and they stand to make billions of dollars if Trump can be prevented from being the GOP nominee. (Trump does not hired consultants. The establishment candidate would.)
We also know that Team Rubio has been deleting Tweets about The Thing and is going into full spin mode.
— Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) March 25, 2016
Did Ted Cruz cheat on his wife with five mistresses?
GOP consultants are sociopaths without any principles who care only about getting paid. They had a motive to lie about the Cruz sex scandal before it hit (give Rubio a boost), and they have a motive to lie about it now (get an establishment candidate nominated at a brokered convention). They are truly scum.
Cruz also has a history of lying, and there’s no reason to take him at his word.
There is also a lot of media interest in covering up this story, as two of Cruz’s alleged mistresses work in the media. Exposing them would destroy good will and could been seen as “attacking their own.”
As the Michelle Fields hoax showed, the media will outright lie and cover up facts to protect one of their own, and perhaps that is what they are doing today.