Drew Johnson tweet confirms Ted Cruz cheating, Washington Times fires Johnson scrubs links, Why was Drew Johnson fired?, Big Brother thought police?
“To his kind of judge, Cruz ironically wouldn’t be eligible, because the legal principles that prevailed in the 1780s and ’90s required that someone actually be born on US soil to be a “natural born” citizen. Even having two US parents wouldn’t suffice. And having just an American mother, as Cruz did, would have been insufficient at a time that made patrilineal descent decisive.”…Laurence H. Tribe, Harvard Law Professor
“Ted Cruz wrote the forward for U.S. Constitution for Dummies which clearly reveals that he is not a natural born citizen.”…IL ballot challenger Bill Graham
“”You’re a traitor!” yelled the boy. “You’re a thought criminal!”“…George Orwell, “1984”
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Drew Johnson tweeted the following on March 25, 2016.
The Washington Times responded
Drew Johnson responded.
@WashTimes If we haven’t had a relationship in over a year, why do you still pay me for columns I write?
A internet search reveals this entry:
“Drew Johnson – Bio, News, Photos – Washington Times
http://www.washingtontimes.com › Topics
The Washington Times
Latest news and commentary on Drew Johnson including photos, videos, quotations, and a biography.”
And Wikipedia reports:
“Jason Andrew “Drew” Johnson (born August 5, 1979 in Johnson City, Tennessee) is an American political commentator and former think tank executive. He was the founder and first president of the Tennessee Center for Policy Research, now known as the Beacon Center of Tennessee. He later edited the editorial page of the Chattanooga Times Free Press. He was columnist at The Washington Times., but was fired in March 2016 shortly after commenting on allegations that Sen. Ted Cruz has had several mistresses.”
“How did the job with The Washington Times come about?
After I was fired for criticizing Obama, The Washington Times, along with a number of other large conservative and libertarian-leaning publications and websites, reached out with their support. The Washington Times, in particular, gave me the opportunity to write a few editorials here and there over the last six or eight months when an issue came up that I wanted to sound off about. It was a wonderful platform to get my thoughts out at a time when I was working on some large projects for think tanks and didn’t have much of an outlet to respond to what was going on in the news.
A few weeks after my wife and I moved to D.C., the Times called and told me they liked my writing and very generously asked if I was interested in joining their opinion page as an editorial writer and columnist. Honestly, I’d been so busy writing for think tanks and developing my website project that writing daily editorials again hadn’t really crossed my mind. But The Washington Times is such an important publication with such a large audience—so many free market, limited government types like me read the Times’ opinion section online every morning—that I felt compelled to jump at the opportunity.”
More on the Ted Cruz cheating controversy.
“It wasn’t Donald Trump who spilled the beans as Ted Cruz expected. Instead, it was the National Enquirer who first ran the story about Cruz and his alleged mistresses. The magazine teased the story in a two-page spread, but for social media, it was all too easy to decipher the blurred profile images (through reverse image search). Drew Johnson claims to have inside information about at least two women who were implicated in the magazine.”
“While it’s still unclear who the women are, Twitter seems to have identified who 3 of the 5 are:”
Could this explain why Heidi Cruz was found in a park crying?
Sounds like Big Brother and the Thought Police are active again.
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Here is the Bio of Drew Johnson at the Washington Times as of March 25, 2016 courtesy of the Wayback Machine:
“Drew Johnson is a columnist, editorial writer and government waste expert at The Washington Times. Mr. Johnson founded and served as president of Tennessee’s free-market think tank, is the former opinion page editor at the Chattanooga Times Free Press and serves a Senior Fellow at the Taxpayers Protection Alliance.”