Montgomery Sibley DC Madam phone records expose Ted Cruz infidelity?, National Enquirer article states Ted’s fifth lover is purported to be a “$1000-a-night” Washington DC call girl, Citizen Wells inclined to believe Sibley
“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.
I do not know attorney Montgomery Blair Sibley personally.
However, I did have a series of email exchanges with him in 2008 during the Larry Sinclair saga.
I found him to be dependable and forthright.
I would be inclined to believe his statement that he has evidence of a 2016 presidential candidate’s phone records being included in the DC Madam’s phone records.
From US News March 31, 2016.
“D.C. Madam’s Attorney Says Election Bombshell Already Online”
“The colorful litigator who represented the late “D.C. madam” Deborah Palfrey and threatened this week to release call logs of his former client that he says are “very relevant” to the 2016 presidential election tells U.S. News those records already are digitized and posted online.
Montgomery Blair Sibley says the records will become public if he fails to reset a 72-hour countdown clock, which could cut short his soft two-week ultimatum for federal courts to consider lifting a 2007 gag order that covers the records, lest he deem that order void.
The countdown clock is a safeguard, Sibley says, that ensures that if he disappears the records will be published. Inevitable release, he says, may also disincentivize violent acts against him to prevent their disclosure.
The records are stored on four servers around the world, Sibley says, and dozens of reporters will receive a website link if the clock is not reset. He says he loaded the information online in January, when he decided to publicly claim the records are relevant to the presidential race.
“There’s a link right now, that if you had, you would have access to the records,” Sibley says about the website. “If I die, disappear, whatever, they will be out.”
A similar tactic was embraced by WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in 2010 with release of an encrypted “insurance” file that could be unlocked with a password if the besieged transparency advocate chose to distribute it.
“If you’re asking if I’m partnering with WikiLeaks, the answer is I’m not answering that,” Sibley says without any prodding about the secrets-spilling site.
Sibley says his website hosts PDFs of Palfrey call logs that contain about 5,000 phone numbers, along with downloadable spreadsheets that contain the names and addresses of 815 Verizon Wireless customers from those logs, which he acquired with a subpoena ahead of Palfrey’s trial.
Sibley represented Palfrey after her 2006 arrest for running an escort service popular among Washington’s upper class. In 2007, he released call logs containing about 10,000 phone numbers, which resulted in the outing of prominent political leaders including Sen. David Vitter, R-La. He says he held back 5,000 numbers for leverage at trial – but Palfrey fired him before she was found guilty in April 2008 of money laundering and other crimes.”
“Sibley has refused to provide any clues about what information relevant to the presidential election he claims to have. He says he’s not concerned that some citizens are incorrectly guessing about one of the five remaining candidates in the Democratic and Republican primaries.
Sibley says he currently is not licensed to practice law – the result of a 2008 suspension in Florida for filing “vexatious and meritless” lawsuits against judges and for a child support payment dispute, for which he faced reciprocal discipline in D.C. – and has no plans to seek readmission to the D.C. Bar.
“I have no desire to be part of a profession I consider to be profoundly corrupt to its core,” he says. “I’m hacking at the roots of tyranny, not its branches.” ”
From the National Enquirer March 30, 2016.
“Republican presidential candidateTed Cruz is the target of a vicious “dirty tricks” campaign! The National ENQUIRER has learned that political operatives are compiling an explosive “dirt file” on the finger-wagging conservative senator from Texas. “They’re outrageous claims, but private investigators are digging into at least five affairs Ted Cruz supposedly had,” a political snitch told The ENQUIRER. “The leaked details are an attempt to destroy what’s left of his White House campaign!”
Asked about rumors of Ted cheating on his wife Heidi (pictured), top political consultant Roger Stone — a former aide to Donald Trump — told The ENQUIRER: “These stories have been swirling around Cruz for some time. I believer where there is smoke, there is fire. I have to believe this will hurt him with his evangelical Christian supporters!”
On March 15, RadarOnline.comreported that an individual purporting to be a representative of the hacker group Anonymous had already posted a disturbing Twitter video that threatened to expose “very dirty secrets!”
The ENQUIRER is withholding the names of the women who are said to be linked to the hot-blooded Canadian-born father of two. According to the rumors, the first woman is a foxy political consultant who once worked for the 45-year-old candidate, and is now associated with another political campaign. “‘Randy Ted ‘supposedly had a romp with her in a closet at a Republican state convention,” dished an insider. The woman involved has denied rumors of an affair with Ted, and blamed the leaks on “political hacks.”
The second woman has been described to The ENQUIRER as a “pretty 30-ish Washington, D.C., lawyer who works in politics,” according to a source. Their relationship may have begun after she was recruited to work for Ted’s U.S. Senate campaign, and continued even after she moved on to other political consulting jobs. “It’s alleged that Ted hooked up with her at the Republican Capitol Hill Club in a private room,” a source claimed.
Another snitch said a third woman connected to Ted is apparently “a hot babe who once worked” on one of his campaigns. According to the source, the two were caught “getting cozy” on the campaign trail.
The fourth woman, according to another insider, is said to be “a sexy Austin schoolteacher” who may have had a fling with Ted after he was appointed Texas Solicitor General.
Ted’s fifth lover is purported to be a “$1,000-a-night” Washington, D.C., call girl!”