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Ted Cruz: ‘I have no desire to copulate with Trump’

In the brouhaha between Ted Cruz and Donald Trump over their respective wives and the National Enquirer‘s revelation that Cruz has had 5 mistresses — two of whom have been confirmed by the Washington Times — the media have dutifully reported and quoted Cruz’s denial.

From Cruz’s statement on Facebook (see also NBC News’ account of Cruz’s denial):

Ted Cruz Facebook

But what NBC and other mainstream media outlets curiously left out is this rather bizarre part of Cruz’s denial statement, which you can hear for yourself beginning at the 0:52 mark in the news video below:

[Referring to Trump ally Roger Stone, whom Cruz blames for the National Enquirer story] “Mister Stone is a man who has 50 years of dirty tricks behind him. He’s a man for whom a term was coined for copulating with a rodent. Well, let me be clear: Donald Trump may be a rat but I have no desire to copulate with him.

Now, why would Cruz even think about having sex with Trump, rat or no rat?

Note also that, while denouncing the “attacks” as “garbage,” nowhere in Cruz’s statement does he specifically deny knowing or having had extramarital sex with the five women. Remember that Ted Cruz is a lawyer and, like Bill Clinton, trained and well-versed in legalese parsing.

Instead, Cruz makes a point of denying that he wants to have sex with Trump: “I have no desire to copulate with him.” But who’s accusing Cruz of that? In other words, instead of saying “I did not have sex with those women,” Cruz said “I did not have sex with Donald Trump”!

Cruz’s bizarre denial reminds me of another bizarre comment about Trump by Marco Rubio.

In late February 2016, in response to Trump calling him “little Rubio” (Trump is 6′ 2″ and 69 years old; Rubio is 44 years old and claims to be 5′ 10″, but wears Cuban boots with 2″ heels), Rubio conceded that Trump is taller, but pointed out that Trump has small hands, snidely implying that Trump also has a small penis. To the crowd at a campaign rally in a university in Salem, Virginia, Rubio said:

“And you know what they say about guys with small hands.”

That, in turn, led to the dreadful spectacle at the GOP presidential debate on March 3, 2016, of Trump declaring he doesn’t have small hands or a small penis.

Meanwhile, the National Enquirer has updated their story on Cruz with 3 more women, bringing the total of Cruz’s alleged mistresses to eight. According to the video below, the brother of one of the liaisons — a married woman — has confirmed the affair. Cruz is said to copulate with these women in “multiple places” — in closets and bathrooms of campaign buses.

Internet users on Twitter, Reddit and 4chan quickly went to work to determine the identity of Cruz’s alleged mistresses, using the hashtag #CruzSexScandalThree of the women are said to be Katrina Pierson (who previously had worked for Cruz and is now Trump’s spokesperson!), Sarah Isgur Flores (who had worked as Carly Fiorina’s deputy campaign manager), and Amanda Carpenter (former Ted Cruz communications director).

Both Pierson and Carpenter have issued denials. As for Flores, recall that last July, for some strange reason a Ted Cruz super PAC gave $½ million to Carly Fiorina’s presidential campaign — money that Conservative Outfitters claims was “hush money”. (See my post “Something stinks: Ted Cruz’s Super PAC donated $½ million to Carly Fiorina’s campaign”.) Karl Denninger of Market Ticker says that “if that was ‘hush money’ it may well have been a criminal offense and the FEC is already looking into it…..”

H/t my bud Mark S. McGrew and Barry Soetoro Esq.


Objective journalists announce Trump wins SC primaries

Donald Trump won yesterday’s South Carolina primaries with 32.5% of the votes, with Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz tied for a distant second-place at 22.5% and 22.3%, respectively.

2016 GOP SC primaries

Here are the super-objective journalists reporting Trump’s SC win:

Objective journalists announce Trump wins SC

Trump now leads the GOP field with 61 delegates, 50 more than the #2, Ted Cruz.

2016 GOP delegate count

I can’t wait to see the super-objective journalists’ faces when Trump wins the presidency.


Republicans Who Will Reinstate The Draft

can·non fod·der – noun
soldiers regarded merely as material to be expended in war


Photo from an article in Las Vegas Review Journal

BREITBART: Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, Chris Christie Say Women Must Register For Wartime Emergency

by JORDAN SCHACHTEL | 7 Feb 2016 | Washington, DC

The Republican establishment hopefuls in the 2016 race want the government to make women sign up for the modern version of the emergency military draft…

Read the whole article.

Please note Dr. Eowyn’s article, The biggest Wall Street whores among 2016 presidential candidates are… 

Her article names Bush, Clinton, Cruz and Rubio as the candidates who are most heavily funded by Wall Street and other agenda-driven PACs.

The candidates most likely to draft our loved ones against their will, are also the ones with the most strings attached to shadowy money sources!


The biggest Wall Street whores among 2016 presidential candidates are…

No. 1: Jeb Bush, Republican

No. 2: Hillary Clinton, Democrat

No. 3: Ted Cruz, Republican

No. 4: Marco Rubio, Republican

According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Wall Street or the securities and investment industry dominates the campaign contribution money race, having given $102 million to the 2016 presidential candidates and their super PACs.

top 5 industry donors for 2016 presidential candidates

Here’s another clearer graph (source: ZeroHedge):

Wall Street donations to 2016 presidential candidates

Still think there’s a difference between Democrats and Republicans?

Still think Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio are for the “little guy”?

Donald Trump has received the least amount of money from Wall Street and, therefore, is the least beholden to Goldman Sachs, et al.

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On January 12, 2016, the Federal Reserve Transparency Act — a bill that would have given Congress the authority to audit the Federal Reserve — fell 7 votes shy of clearing the 60-vote threshold needed to advance out of the chamber. The vote was 53-44.

The 44 senators who voted “No” are all Democrats.

Spearheaded by Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), the bill, if passed, would have expanded oversight over the central bank and, for the first time, empowered the Government Accountability Office to audit the Federal Reserve.

This was how the 2016 presidential candidates who are senators voted (source: The Daily Signal):

  • Rand Paul (R-KY), Marco Rubio (R-FL), and Bernie Sanders (I-VT) voted “Yes”.
  • Ted Cruz (R-TX) initially said he would vote “Yes,” but ended up not voting.

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First 2016 Votes: Iowa Caucus results


Record turnout: 52% men; 48% women

  1. Cruz: 28%; 51,649 votes; 8 delegates; 29% men; 27% women
  2. Trump: 24%; 45,416 votes; 7 delegates; 25% men; 24% women
  3. Rubio: 23%; 43,132 votes; 7 delegates; 25% men; 21% women
  4. Carson: 9%; 17,393 votes; 3 delegates
  5. Paul: 4%; 8,478 votes; 1 delegate
  6. Bush: 3%; 5,235 votes; 1 delegate
  7. Fiorina: 2%, 3,483 votes; 0 delegate
  8. Kasich: 2%; 3,473 votes; 0 delegate
  9. Huckabee: 2% 3,344 votes; 0 delegate
  10. Christie: 2%; 3,278 votes; 0 delegate
  11. Santorum: 1%; votes; 1,783 votes; 0 delegate

Source: CNN


43% men; 57% women

  1. Clinton: 50%; 24 delegates; 44% men; 53% women
  2. Sanders: 40%; 21 delegates; 50% men; 42% women
  3. O’Malley: 1%; 0 delegate

Source: CNN


Polling data had shown Trump with a lead in Iowa for weeks. LifeNews attributes Cruz’s win over Trump to the former’s pro-life record.

According to ThinkProgess, less than a week before the Iowa caucus, Cruz gave the hundreds of Iowans at a rally a list of his pro-life actions as U.S. Senator and former Texas solicitor general, including efforts to de-fund Planned Parenthood, enact parental notification laws, and prohibit partial-birth abortion. Cruz aimed some of his comments specifically at Trump, whom some question about the sincerity of his pro-life stance. Cruz said: “Every candidate in a Republican primary says they’re pro-life. That’s what you say in a Republican primary, regardless of the facts. The question we ought to ask is, don’t tell me that you’re pro-life. Show me. When have you stood up and fought to defend the right to life?”

9 days before the Iowa Caucus, on Jan. 23, 2016, Trump finally outlined his pro-life stance in an op/ed in Washington Examiner. He said America has gone astray because we have moved away from many of this country’s founding principles, most notably the right to life. He said he is pro-life with exceptions only for the very rarest abortions:

“Let me be clear — I am pro-life. I support that position with exceptions allowed for rape, incest or the life of the mother being at risk. I did not always hold this position, but I had a significant personal experience that brought the precious gift of life into perspective for me.”


First debate of 2016 Republican presidential candidates. Sound off in our polls!

If you missed last night’s debate, here it is.

The 10 candidates were selected for the debate based on their rankings in public opinion polls.

The individual who uploaded the video to YouTube warned that “I had to chop out about 45 seconds of some parts of where Trump spoke because Univision filed a copyright claim on this video claiming they owned the video, when they clearly don’t…they are only doing it because of Trump.”

Ominously, Trump said he’s not ruling out running as a third party candidate if he’s not the Republican Party’s nominee.

Take our polls!

The names in the poll below are arranged in accordance to their standings (popularity) in polls:

The names in the poll below are arranged by the first alphabets of their last names:


Hillary and Bill Clinton got millions in bribes from foreign “entities” in exchange for State Dept favors

In his sarcastic post of April 20, “Coyote Ugly,” our Trail Dust made reference to 2016 presidential aspirant Hillary Clinton and her husband having “received massive amounts of bribe money from China’s bellicose military leaders and a variety of oil-rich, Christian-hating muslims, including the muslim brotherhood.”

Hillary April 2014

The source of that stunning information is a new book that will not hit shelves until May 5, but is already making news. As reported by Amy Chozick for The New York Times, April 19, 2015, Peter Schweizer’s Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich is 186-page investigation of donations made to the Clinton Foundation by foreign entities which “is proving the most anticipated and feared book of a presidential cycle still in its infancy.”

The timing of Clinton Cash is problematic for multi-millionaire Hillary as she begins a campaign to position herself as a “champion for everyday Americans.”

Clinton Cash

Schweizer writes mainly in the voice of a neutral journalist and meticulously documents his sources, including tax records and government documents, while leaving little doubt about his view of the Clintons. Schweizer is a research fellow at the prestigious Hoover Institution; the founder and president of the Government Accountability Institute, a team of investigative researchers and journalists committed to investigating and exposing cronyism, misuse of taxpayer monies, and other governmental corruption or malfeasance; and a former speechwriting consultant to President George W. Bush.

The book, an advance copy of which was obtained by The New York Times, asserts that foreign entities who made payments to the Clinton Foundation and to Bill Clinton through high speaking fees, received favors in return from the State Department via then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. In the words of Schweizer:

“We will see a pattern of financial transactions involving the Clintons that occurred contemporaneous with favorable U.S. policy decisions benefiting those providing the funds.”

The New York Times points out that although Hillary’s campaign aides have, in the past, been “adept in swatting down critical books as conservative propaganda,” Schweizer’s Clinton Cash “is potentially more unsettling, both because of its focused reporting and because major news organizations including The [New York] Times, The Washington Post and Fox News have exclusive agreements with the author to pursue the story lines found in the book.”

Additionally, members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, including Rand Paul and Marco Rubio who have also entered the 2016 presidential ring, have been briefed on the book’s findings, and its contents have already made their way into several of the Republican presidential candidates’ campaigns.

In the wake of news of Schweizer’s book Clinton Cash, the Clinton Foundation belatedly revised its policy to prohibit “donations” by countries in the Middle East (read: oil-rich Arabs and Muslims) and to allow donations from countries like Germany, Canada, the Netherlands and Britain.

Ironically, Clinton Cash will be released the same day Bill and Chelsea Clinton will host the Clinton Global Initiative gathering with donors in the Islamic North African country of Morocco, the culmination of a foundation trip to several African nations. (A chapter in Clinton Cash is titled “Warlord Economics: The Clintons Do Africa.”)

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UPDATE (May 6, 2015):

Asked whether he has received death threats for the book, Peter Schweizer says he now has “full time security.” See Trail Dust’s post “Add one more name to the dead pool…“.