Ted Cruz future doubtful, Mistress allegations not repudiated, Experts state Cruz appears deceptive in his response, Roger Stone Ted Cruz won’t sue because allegations are largely true
“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
“COMING CLEAN: From what I know, at least 2 of the women named as Cruz mistresses by the National Enquirer are accurate”…Drew Johnson, Twitter
Ted Cruz is innocent until proven guilty.
The National Enquirer has accused Cruz of having had 5 mistresses.
Journalist Drew Johnson has confirmed 2.
Up until the past week, the biggest gripe I had with Ted Cruz was his disregard for the US Constitution in regard to his eligibility to be president.
I have been searching for corroboration of the National Enquirer story.
I have found no hard evidence yet to repudiate the Enquirer story but I did find some circumstantial evidence supporting the plausibility of it.
From Law Newz March 27, 2016.
“Experts: Ted Cruz Appears Deceptive in His Response to Sex Scandal
Phil Houston is CEO of QVerity, a training and consulting company specializing in detecting deception by employing a model he developed while at the Central Intelligence Agency. He has conducted thousands of interviews and interrogations for the CIA and other federal agencies. His colleague Don Tennant contributed to this report.
The eyebrow-raising story that appeared earlier this week in the National Enquirer, citing claims that Sen. Ted Cruz had engaged in five extramarital affairs, drew a sharp response from the Republican presidential contender. Sharp as it was, however, it was strikingly weak in terms of denial, and strong in terms of attack. And that combination is a telltale sign of deception that leads us to conclude that this is a matter that warrants further investigation.
The statement that Cruz released on his Facebook page on Friday immediately drew our attention:
“I want to be crystal clear: these attacks are garbage. For Donald J. Trump to enlist his friends at the National Enquirer and his political henchmen to do his bidding shows you that there is no low Donald won’t go. These smears are completely false, they’re offensive to Heidi and me, they’re offensive to our daughters, and they’re offensive to everyone Donald continues to personally attack. Donald Trump’s consistently disgraceful behavior is beneath the office we are seeking and we are not going to follow.””
“We should note that these two statements constitute the only material that we currently have at our disposal to analyze, which is far from ideal. Obviously, the more material available for analysis, the greater our confidence in our findings. With that said, however, we were struck by the volume of deceptive behavior that we identified in these statements.
Behaviorally, when the facts are the ally of an individual, he or she almost always tends to focus on the facts of the matter at hand. In this case, if the key fact was that he had not had these affairs, Cruz would almost certainly have been much more strongly focused on the denial. That is, he very likely would have made a point of explicitly stating something along the lines of, “I did not have these affairs.””
From the Gateway Pundit March 27, 2016.
“Roger Stone on Cruz Sex Scandal: Ted Cruz Won’t Sue “Because the Allegations Are Largely True””
“But these rumors did not start with Donald Trump.
And the rumors did not start with Roger Stone.
** The rumors were started by the Rubio Campaign and anti-Trump GOP elites.
Today Roger Stone told AM 970 radio on Sunday that Ted Cruz won’t sue because the allegations are largely true.”
Roger Stone: Again, why won’t he sue. It won’t cost him anything, he’s a lawyer himself… To be absolutely clear, Ted Cruz won’t sue because the allegations are largely true. That’s why he won’t sue.”
Roger Stone is a very interesting man and likely knows what he is talking about.
He certainly pegged Obama.
From the New Yorker June 2, 2008.