John R. Houk
© March 28, 2016
In yesterday’s Tony Newbill post it was pretty clear that Heidi Cruz is supportive of a globalist agenda that will endanger the sovereignty of the United States as well as open a path for Mexican immigrants to flow into this nation with a legalized status and place a strain on taxpayer supported entitlements that American citizens in need will not receive.
And yet I still support Ted Cruz for President. Heidi Cruz is not running for President. As I pointed out yesterday, Donald Trump’s Conservative credentials are unproven.
Honestly I support Trump’s campaign lines that has made him a populist candidate popular with many fed up Americans. That means if Trump indeed wins the GOP nomination will still vote for him. I have to have faith that Trump will act to process his campaign promises. I wouldn’t believe a single word emanating from Hillary Clinton’s mouth let alone keep a campaign promise that would please a Leftist. Hillary is the epitome of a liar in Biblical terms.
If someone is a Trump supporter or a Cruz supporter I am more than willing to post a submission from writers that support their case.
Also in Newbill’s post I added an excerpt from a BizPac Review article about Ted Cruz having extra-marital affairs with five different women while married to Heidi. The so-called Cruz sex scandal was originally broke by tabloid rag the National Enquirer. Photos of the five ladies was blurred by the National Enquirer, yet some eager Twitter users feel they have discovered the identities of three of the ladies:
- Katrina Pierson
- Sarah Isgur Flores
- Amanda Carpenter
I find it a bit ironic that the three alleged expose women deny the National Enquire they participated in any affair with Ted Cruz. I thought it might be helpful to profile these ladies since all three have had at least somewhat of a public profile.
Most Left oriented websites (that included MSM) castigate Pierson as a foot-in-mouth speaker and so imply she is a good fit as Donald Trump’s national spokesperson in this campaign for election to POTUS. Everpedia provides a short profile that other websites write in a negative manner:
Katrina Pierson is a spokesperson for presidential candidate Donald Trump. [+] Katrina is also accused of being Ted Cruz‘s mistress. [+] Following the Ted Cruz Sex Scandal (March 2016) trend on twitter she made her Instagram. [+] Before working for Donald Trump she worked for Ted Cruz. [+]
She was born in Kansas. Katrina’s mom gave birth to her when she was 15. Her mom relied on government assistance (Katrina currently opposes welfare). [+] She lived most of her life in Texas. Just like her mom, she gave birth at the age of 15. Her marriage to the child’s father did not last very long, Katrina raised the child on her own. [+]
She got involved in politics after 9/11. [+] Katrina joined the Tea Party after going to one of their meetings. The tea party’s stance against social programs was what drew her to the party. [+] She worked for Ted Cruz‘s 2012 senate campaign (Fact: Katrina was on welfare while working for his campaign). [+] She ditched Ted Cruz after hearing Donald Trump‘s anti-immigration rant. Donald Trump and Katrina both have similar views on Islam. Donald Trump personally asked her to work for him. [+]
Posted by One America News Network
Published on Mar 25, 2016
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Sarah Isgur Flores
Sarah Isgur Flores: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
Perhaps the most recognizable face of Carly Fiorina’s abysmal campaign for the GOP nomination was Houston native Sarah Isgur Flores. The conservative firebrand particularly liked to appear on the liberal-leaning MSNBC circuit to have it out while pushing for Carly. She previously worked for still-in-the-race Texas Senator Ted Cruz. Like Cruz, Flores is a graduate of Harvard Law. Since dropping out of the race, Fiorina has endorsed Cruz.
Here’s what you need to know about Sarah Isgur Flores:
- She Was Named as One of the Most Influential Latinos in Politics — but She’s Not Latino
- Her Husband Is a ‘Rising Star’ of Appellate Law in America
- She Believes Cable News Cares More About Ratings Than About Democracy
- She Was the Political Director for ‘Texans for Ted Cruz’ in 2009
Flores has had a long and storied career in Republican politics. Her biggest role came in September 2015 when she was appointed as Carly Fiorina’s deputy campaign manager. In a statement, Flores told CNN, “Carly Fiorina is a sharp, thoughtful and committed conservative leader who believes in the limitless potential of all Americans, and I’m looking forward to getting started.”
The network notes that prior to joining the campaign, Flores worked as a communications director for the Republican party. She was also an advisor for Mitt Romney’s failed 2012 campaign.
On her Twitter page, where she goes by the moniker @WhigNewtons, Flores describes herself as, “Republican strategist and campaign junkie. Texan by birth, lawyer by education, cat lady by choice.”
- Flores Wrote in 2014 that the Democratic Party Tried & Failed to ‘Mislead’ Female Voters
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Amanda Carpenter Explained
Amanda Carpenter Birth Date: 1982 Employer: Senator Ted Cruz Known For: Print and television pundit Occupation: U.S. Senatorial communications advisor Nationality: American Alma Mater: Ball State University
Amanda B. Carpenter is an American author, political advisor, and speechwriter. She previously worked as a columnist for The Washington Times, and is the author of The Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy’s Dossier on Hillary Rodham Clinton. She has worked in the staffs for Senators Jim DeMint and Ted Cruz. In 2014, the Capitol Hill publication Roll Call reported that Carpenter had surpassed 50,000 Twitter followers, far more than other congressional staffers.
Life and career
Carpenter was born in Montrose, Michigan, and raised there by her mother Lisa.
After graduating from Ball State University with B.A. in Communication Studies in 2005, Carpenter worked as a Congressional correspondent for Human Events from 2005–2007 before going to Townhall.com to become their national political reporter.
On March 1, 2009, Carpenter took a position with The Washington Times, where she wrote a daily column called the Hot Button, that covered political and cultural issues, as well other news articles.
Carpenter is also known as a blogger, author, and commentator. She has made numerous media appearances, including segments on the BBC; Fox News‘s The O’Reilly Factor, Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld, Hannity & Colmes, and The Big Story; MSNBC’s Tucker; PBS‘s To the Contrary and CNN‘s Larry King Live and Reliable Sources. Her book The Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy’s Dossier on Hillary Rodham Clinton was published in 2006, and she later wrote about the 2008 presidential election for Glamour magazine’s blog “Glamocracy”.
On January 25, 2010, it was announced that Carpenter was leaving The Washington Times and joining then Senator Jim DeMint‘s staff as senior communications advisor and speechwriter. She worked in this role until Senator DeMint resigned from the Senate on January 1, 2013, to become president of The Heritage Foundation. On January 22, 2013, Carpenter announced on her Twitter account that she was now working in that same capacity for Senator Ted Cruz. She worked in that role until July 5, 2015, returning to her journalism career. (Amanda Carpenter Explained; Every Explained Today)
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Published on Mar 25, 2016
Trump Supporter Derails CNN Segment by Accusing Fellow Guest of Having an Affair With Ted Cruz Live on Air A CNN debate between a Donald Trump supporter and former Ted Cruz communications director Amanda Carpenter went off the rails Friday when the Trump supporter suddenly accused Carpenter of having an illicit affair with her former boss.
CNN’s Kate Bolduan was hosting a segment on the feud between Trump and Ted Cruz. “Are you ready for Trump to move on?” she asked Boston Herald columnist Adriana Cohen.
“Oh, absolutely I think we should move on,” she responded. “Where we should move to is The National Enquirer story that has reported that has Ted Cruz has had affairs with five mistresses, including you’ve been named as well, Amanda.”
“I don’t think that’s ‘moving on’ at all, Adriana,” an exasperated Bolduan interrupted.
“If we’re going call Donald Trump’s character into question, I would like Ted Cruz to issue a statement whether or not the National Enquirer story is true, that he has had affairs with many women, including you were named, Amanda,” Cohen repeated. “Will you denounce this story or will you confirm it?”
Bolduan stepped in to make it clear that CNN wasn’t supporting the Enquirer report. “It will come as no surprise to our viewers, CNN has no reporting on what you’re talking about coming from from The National Enquirer,” she deadpanned.
Carpenter kept her composure pretty well, considering the circumstances. “What’s out there is tabloid trash. If someone wants to comment on it, they can talk to my lawyer,” she responded.
“It’s categorically fault,” she continued angrily. “You should be ashamed for spreading this smut. Donald Trump supporters should be held to account for it.”
“I’m not spreading smut,” Cohen responded.
“I will not be intimidated,” Carpenter shot back. “I will continue to make my thoughts known about Donald Trump. I’m not backing down.”
Watch above, via CNN.
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CRUZ ‘SEX SCANDAL’ ERUPTS: DENIALS ALL AROUND
GOP candidate blasts ‘garbage’ floated ‘by Trump and his henchmen’
WND VIDEO: Ted Cruz calls tabloid report on alleged affairs ‘garbage’
Pressure surrounding an alleged “sex scandal” involving Ted Cruz became too much to bear for the GOP presidential candidate Friday.
A National Enquirer story that broke on Thursday claims the Texas senator cheated on his wife with at least five women. Two women implicated in the story strenuously denied the tabloid’s reporting, and Cruz weighed in to denounce the “garbage” disseminated by “Trump’s henchmen.”
“The CEO of the National Enquirer is an individual named David Pecker,” Cruz told reporters on Friday, the Washington Post reported. “Well, David is good friends with Donald Trump. In fact, the National Enquirer has endorsed Donald Trump, has said he must be president … [and] years from now, when my daughters google this, they will read these lies.”
“What’s out there is tabloid trash. If someone wants to comment on it they can talk to my lawyer. It is categorically false. You should be ashamed for spreading this kind of smut,” Carpenter said.
Pierson denied her involvement with Cruz while the Twitter hashtag #Cruzsexscandal was trending and a crowdsourcing effort was underway to identify individuals whose … READ THE REST (CRUZ ‘SEX SCANDAL’ ERUPTS: DENIALS ALL AROUND; WND; 3/25/16)
Woman Named As Ted Cruz ‘Mistress’ Speaks Out With Bombshell Statement – ‘They Know…’
By Randy DeSoto
March 25, 2016 at 9:50am
One of the alleged mistresses who the National Enquirer claims Sen. Ted Cruz had an affair with dismissed the charge as “BS.” Further, she does not believe the other four women the tabloid supposedly uncovered had affairs with him either. Two of the five women have already publicly called the allegations false.
The Gateway Pundit obtained an exclusive statement from one of the women. “It’s ridiculous. Anyone with half a brain knows it’s false,” the anonymous woman said. “I don’t think the article is true. I can’t see Cruz being like that… All I know is it’s not me. There’s a reason they don’t use my name. They know it’s BS.”
A National Enquirer teaser used pixelated pictures of five women, but named none of them, though it promised to do so in its print edition. According to the tabloid: “‘Private detectives are digging into at least five affairs Ted Cruz supposedly had,’ claimed a Washington insider.”
Various Twitter users believe they have matched the photos to three of the women, who include former Cruz senate staffer Amanda Carpenter, a former deputy campaign manager with Carly Fiorina’s campaign, and Trump campaign spokeswoman Katrina Pierson.
After a Trump supporter raised the allegation against Carpenter on CNN (which is not reporting on the story) on Friday, she labeled it “tabloid trash” adding if people want to make such “categorically false” charges, they should speak to her lawyer.
Pierson took to Twitter to shoot down the allegation against her.
What’s worse? People who actually believe the trash in tabloids, or the ones who know it’s false &spread it anyway? #stupidity on all levels
Of course the National Enquirer story is 100% FALSE!!! I only speak to myself, however.
Fox News contributor Stacey Dash, who has backed Donald Trump in public statements, tweeted a post that she authored about the tabloid’s allegations. “I personally dislike the National Enquirer and the way they deal with candidates’ lives,” she writes. “However, they were the ones who broke the news about John Edwards and Gary Hart.”
BREAKING NEWS: The National Enquirer claims Ted Cruz has had 5 mistresses http://bit.ly/1S7GQAe
Dash adds, “With the race coming down to two viable candidates, the GOP needs to know — Is Ted Cruz hiding five mistresses that Hillary could use against us in the general election? Let’s get to the bottom of this.”
The Cruz mistress story has not been picked up by main stream media outlets; the candidate’s campaign has not responded to the National Enquirer’s allegations.
Update: Cruz posted a response to the National Enquirer story on Facebook Friday:
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.
2 out of 3 Accused Mistresses Deny Affair with Cruz
John R. Houk
© March 28, 2016
Woman Named As Ted Cruz ‘Mistress’ Speaks Out With Bombshell Statement – ‘They Know…’
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