Beto O’Rourke Was Once an Emo-Punk Rocker! {VIDEO} A Rising Star?

AUSTIN, Texas – Congressman Beto O’Rourke, a former mexican-emo-grunge-rocker who once got his band booked on an evangelical broadcast by pretending to be a new gospel band, needed a hefty upset to win his congressional seat six years ago will have to pull off an even bigger one to unseat powerful Sen. Ted Cruz. He used to play bass and sing in El Paso band, Foss, in the early 1990s.

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Here’s a video that explains why he decided to get a day job. O’Rourke wouldn’t confirm that it was him, but anyone who has seen him around El Paso can see he is the one with orange beanie that is playing bass.

Considering what other garbage was out there at the time, I guess it could have been worse, check out more from the band’s MySpace account HERE if you like

A 44-year-old Democrat from the remote West Texas city of El Paso, has advocated for legalizing marijuana and preaches tolerance on the U.S.-Mexico border in massive defiance of President Donald Trump’s “Build that wall” mantra.


The third-term congressman and fluent Spanish speaker is the kind of rising political star Democrats hope can help begin turning deep red Texas blue, aided by a booming Hispanic population and state politics pushed even farther right by Trump and Cruz. 

“The Trump factor. He’s the gift that keeps on giving to Democrats in Texas,” said the state’s Democratic Party Chairman Gilberto Hinojosa. “It’s energizing the base and changing the whole dynamics of electoral politics here, and that’s what these two guys see.”

It’s hard to imagine any Democrat taking Texas by storm, much less toppling Cruz, who added to his national stature running for president while remaining popular in most GOP circles back home. A Democrat hasn’t won statewide office in Texas in 23 years, the nation’s longest losing streak by a political party.

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Still, O’Rourke insists Cruz is beatable and there are some positive signs for Democrats, who in November swept down-ballot races in Harris County, which includes Houston and made notable gains in other fast-growing areas. Trump still beat Hillary Clinton in Texas by 9 percentage points — but that was the first time a Republican didn’t carry the state by double digits since 1996.

Overall only 39% of voters in the state approve of the job Cruz is doing, to 48% who disapprove. It was already clear from national polling that Donald Trump had come out ahead in his feud at the GOP convention with Cruz, but we find that even in Texas 52% of Republicans now say that they prefer Trump as their nominee this year to only 38% who would go with Cruz.

When asked about the Trump Administration, O’Rourke said, “I’m very concerned by some of his nominees. Jeff Sessions is a perfect example of someone who in every way is opposed to the promise that immigration and communities like El Paso and Texas hold for the rest of the country.”

“One thing I’ve learned is that very rarely does the moral argument, which is the compelling one for me, persuade anybody. So I try to make the strongest economic argument that immigration is in America’s self-interest. Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals beneficiaries, for example, will earn $4 trillion in taxable income over their lifetimes, and I’ve looked at what it would cost to deport them and what it would do to our economy should we lose them.”

“Those are things hopefully I can get Republicans to pay attention to. No state would be hurt more than Texas should we take a draconian turn on immigration enforcement, and it’s hard to imagine a more draconian turn than what we saw during the Obama administration, which deported more people than any previous administration.”

“The opinions of Texans show the extent to which a number of progressive policy goals have reached incredibly mainstream popularity, even in a state as traditionally conservative as Texas.”
• 89% of voters in the state support background checks on all gun purchases, to only 7% who oppose them. They’re supported by 94% of Democrats, 91% of Republicans, and 80% of independents.

Texas is becoming freakishly liberal:

• 83% of voters in the state support barring those on the Terror Watch List from buying guns, to only 10% who are opposed. That’s supported by 85% of Republicans, and 82% of both Democrats and independents.

• Voters in the state support an assault weapons ban, 48/43. That’s because Democrats are far more unified in their support for one (70/21) than Republicans are in their opposition to it (34/55).

• 72% of voters in the state support increasing the minimum wage to at least $10 an hour, compared to only 14% who think it’s fine where it is now, and 11% who would like to eliminate the minimum wage altogether. A minimum wage hike to at least $10 gets support from 94% of Democrats, 74% of independents, and 53% of Republicans.

There was widespread speculation Cruz could face a GOP primary challenge for being slow to endorse Trump last fall — but much of that has faded since Cruz has become a vocal supporter of Trump after November. Cruz spokeswoman Catherine Frazier declined to comment on O’Rourke’s entering the 2018 Senate race.

One way or the other, hopefully the other, let’s just hope he keeps his day job!

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1237 For Cruz Mathematically Impossible, But Trump Needs Big Win In NY To Stop Brokered Convention

Although Texas Senator Ted Cruz won a resounding victory in last night’s Wisconsin Primary, author Joe Hoft says that the Texas Senator will be knocked out of the primary by April 26.

Even with the addition of delegates from WI, it’s still mathematically impossible for Cruz to secure the the nomination before a brokered RNC convention in Cleveland, Ohio.

There are only 769 delegates remaining, and the next contest is on Trump’s home turf: New York. New York, with a large population has 95 delegates, which is winner-take-all if one candidate gets 50% plus 1 vote.

If Trump wins New York, he will lead with 853 delegates, and Cruz will not be able to make it to 1,237.

Why is that? Because Cruz would NEED 732 delegates, and there will only be 674 obtainable before the convention!

That’s why New York is far more important than Wisconsin, which is why so much focus will now shift toward New York.
From The Gateway Pundit:

Based on current delegate counts and poll numbers Ted Cruz will be mathematically unable to reach the delegate count required for him to win the Republican Presidential nomination.

Donald Trump still leads Cruz by over 200 delegates.

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Even after Wisconsin Ted Cruz will not have enough delegates to win the election and will be out of the race by April 26th.

By the end April it will be clear that Ted Cruz has no chance of reaching the 1,237 delegates needed to win the nomination.

Actually, in only 3 weeks, on April 26th, it will be clear that Ted Cruz cannot win.

This is in part because New York is leaning heavily towards Trump who leads according to polls listed at Real Clear Politics by as much as 36%. New York has a Republican primary where the delegates are split proportionally. So even if Cruz wins a third of the delegates, it won’t be enough. This is because come April 26th, there are five Republican Presidential primaries and three of these are winner take all (WTA). All three of these states are in the East where polls show Trump leading (Maryland and Pennsylvania) or there is no polling available with the state highly likely leaning towards Trump (Delaware).

Even if Cruz wins a third of the delegates in Rhode Island or Connecticut or any of these states, it will not be enough to keep him mathematically in the race.

Based on current numbers, come April 26th, Cruz will need 640 delegates to win the election but only 621 will be available.

Then Cruz’s only chance at the end of April to win the election is the highly unlikely scenario where Trump doesn’t gain enough delegates to win the nomination outright and that the Republican elites in a contested convention support Cruz.

Even if there were a contested convention, it is unlikely that the elites would offer the Presidency to Cruz over some other establishment candidate. The only other scenario is that Cruz hangs on and takes the candidate delegates from Kasich and Rubio for example, and hopes this is enough to overtake Trump. This, too, is a far out strategy.

** Cruz may have a chance in picking up the RNC superdelegates but if these GOP party elites all vote for Cruz there will be a revolt to break up the party.

If Cruz hangs on and doesn’t concede to Trump at the end of April, like Kasich is currently doing, Cruz comes across as unrealistic, out of touch and a sore loser.

After the Wisconsin call, Trump’s campaign issued a statement via Hope Hicks, his communications manager, shortly before 10 p.m. Central time. Trump, who did not congratulate Cruz, believes he’s been maligned.

“Lyin’ Ted Cruz had the Governor of Wisconsin, many conservative talk radio show hosts, and the entire party apparatus behind him,” the statement read. “Ted Cruz is worse than a puppet — he’s a Trojan horse being used by the party bosses attempting to steal the nomination from Mr. Trump.”

More than $2 million was spent on ads trouncing Trump by various groups, according to NBC, with the Cruz campaign and Cruz backers ponying up $1.4 million. Trump spent less than one-fourth that total on his ads.

CNN’s exit polling shows that 53 percent of GOP primary voters say they are angry with the government and 32 percent expressed dissatisfaction with the government. And while that may seem high, it’s actually lower compared to earlier primary states.

And that may be why Trump’s message did not resonate here as much as it has in other states.

Tuesday night’s results signal a shift in the campaign that makes it possible that no candidate will arrive at the GOP convention in Cleveland with the necessary delegates to secure the nomination. Some GOP insiders even believe a scenario could play out in a floor fight that sees U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wisconsin emerging as the Republican nominee.

How Cruz fares in New York, Indiana, South Dakota, Montana, Wyoming and New Mexico down the line will determine how much momentum he brings into the convention.

A full Trump turnout could secure things for Trump, who has an overwhelming lead there, but it expected that as voter participation has been going that Cruz will get a good share of the delegates.

The next big test in stopping Trump will be New York, the state he calls home. A Monmouth University poll of New York Republicans released on Monday showed Trump with 52 percent of the state’s support, a huge lead over Kasich at 25 percent, and Cruz at 17 percent ahead of the state’s April 19 primary.

Trump needs a bigger win there.

Trump held a rally in Bethpage, New York, on Wednesday evening where he referred only obliquely to his Wisconsin loss, saying it “takes guts” to run for president and criticizing Cruz for drawing small crowds in the state.

The Trump campaign also announced members of its New York-based team, including party leaders in each of the state’s 27 congressional districts.

“It’s very important for Trump to bounce back strong in New York. The sense of his inevitability is one of his strengths,” said David Yepsen, director of the Paul Simon Public Policy Center at Southern Illinois University.

Do you agree with this analysis that Cruz’s campaign is essentially over, even though he won Wisconsin, and should drop out? Share your thoughts below!

Source: Elections Expert

Exclusive interview with a Ted Cruz hooker, the plot thickens as the beans keep spilling! 


It’s not often, I do a story myself.  I have a team writers so I don’t have to. This leaves me the freedom to investigate and track leads.

But this story is so hot, I felt I should do this one.

If you have been on twitter #cruzsexscandal has been over the top and widely circulated but let’s not forget the anonymous video released that promised if Cruz did not drop out his dirty secrets would come out.  I can say this day has come, given the release from the National Enquirer.  But Avenger has a leg up on everyone. Our anonymous source found one of the alleged escorts who Ted Cruz frequented.  Her picture released in our previous story is not how she looks today.  Let’s call her Jane Doe.

We were given the exclusive interview done by the detective that found her.  We will not disclose her real identity nor her location, since the initial leak she has gone off the radar.  She was found in a West Texas trailer park after a former escort feared that she would too become part of this drama and gave up her location. As promised, both identities are strictly confidential and shall remain anonymous.  For now, we are just releasing some parts of this explosive transcript.  An excerpt of his interview with our Jane Doe is transcribed below.  Be forewarned it’s explosive.  While we believe 100% that is true, we’re are advised to refer to the statements below as allegations.  I do have the video of this conversation.  Our job is to shed light and not to master.

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Ted Cruz Suggests “Duck Dynasty’s” Phil Robertson as UN Ambassador 

Ted Cruz suggests pseudo-mountain man Phil Robertson of “Duck Dynasty” as America’s ambassador to the United Nations.

Cruz praises Robertson for “saying the things you’re not supposed to say.” In Robertson’s case this includes blatant homophobia and racism, hate speech that obviously doesn’t bother Ted Cruz in the slightest. According to Cruz, he expresses these sentiments with “joy.”

Don’t worry, he’s just joking…I think.

“You know there’s a reason he terrifies the mainstream media. He says the things you’re not supposed to say,” Cruz said at Friday’s rally. “He actually remembers who we are as Americans and just speaks it with a joy, not with an anger, not with a hatred, with a joy in who we are.”

The mainstream media are “terrified” of Robertson? What world is this happening in?

Source: Little Green Footballs

Anonymous Message: Who is the Real Anonymous? Where We Stand on This Presidential Race.


We are Anonymous. This is our warning to the false prophets claiming to speak for us, and to the corrupt Presidential candidates who are defrauding the American People.

This message may not be what you wish to hear, but heed it now.


We are Anonymous. We are Legion. 

We do not forgive. We do not forget.

UPDATED! Anonymous Threatens to Expose Ted Cruz Prostitution Secrets – How Bout That, CruzBots!

Ted Cruz supporters were thrilled and all aboard the Anonymous hack threat towards Donald Trump. How do you suppose they feel about this new development?

Anonymous, the hacktivist group, has surfaced again and is now taking aim at Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz. Apparently, there are details about Ted Cruz’s secret lifestyle that his followers know nothing about and Anonymous plans to expose him. According to Radar Online, Anonymous announced #OPCruz via Twitter on March 14. In a chilling video, Anonymous urged Ted Cruz to suspend his presidential campaign or his alleged prostitution ring secrets will be exposed.

Here is the video Anonymous shared on Twitter:

Anonymous has accused Ted Cruz of spreading lies and they believe his level of deceit has gotten “out of control.” The chilling voice also detailed some of the fraudulent practices Ted Cruz has allegedly been involved in throughout the course of his presidential campaign. In fact, Anonymous claims Ted Cruz’s lies have gone so far that he must suffer consequences for deceiving Americans.

Source: Anonymous



We are Anonymous. This is our warning to the false prophets claiming to speak for us, and to the corrupt Presidential candidates who are defrauding the American People.

This message may not be what you wish to hear, but heed it now.


We are Anonymous. We are Legion. 

We do not forgive. We do not forget.



Amanda Carpenter,

and The Mystery of Ted’s Missing Jacket…

One of the ladies in question, Amanda Carpenter, seems to have recovered it, even before it was noticed missing.

A photo she tweeted showed her wearing a men’s jacket — the same morning Cruz appeared on Fox and Friends without his jacket. And this guy goes on national TV? Both of them wore the same matching tattoos that day!


The Washington Times’ Drew Johnson says the Enquirer is at least partially correct. He tweeted on March 25 that he personally knows of two of those five affairs.

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Why I’m Not Voting for Ted Cruz – SHOCKING | The Educated Voter – Mike Grayson

On September 8, 2015, Ted Cruz showed up at the Kim Davis rally, unannounced and uninvited.   He walked into the jail and was stopped by a deputy.  The deputy told him that Kim was in the back with her attorney and Mike Huckabee, and he would need to wait in the lobby.

Ted became irate and attempted to bully the deputy and said, “Do you know who I am?” which was heard by all who were present.  At that point Governor Huckabee steps in and says it’s OK for Ted to join them.  He explained to Ted that all of the speakers had been scheduled and he would not have an opportunity to speak, but he could have a photo op with Kim inside the jail.


Ted was then told that when he exited the jail he was to turn LEFT and go stand with the elected officials, because Davis, her attorney and Governor Huckabee would be right behind him and were scheduled to talk to the press, which were off to the right.  CRUZ SAID HE UNDERSTOOD AND PROMISED THAT HE WOULD NOT DISRUPT THE RALLY.  The campaign staff was in the building and they all heard Cruz say this.

Mike Huckabee’s Political Director, Jim Terry, was concerned that Ted wasn’t going to cooperate and pulled Aaron Chang, who had organized the rally, off to the side and told him to make sure that Ted didn’t try to go to the press and disrupt the rally.  So when Ted exited Aaron was waiting.
When Ted exited he turned RIGHT with the intent of talking to the media, BREAKING THE PROMISE HE HAD MADE JUST MINUTES BEFORE!  Governor Huckabee and the campaign staff were astounded at his behavior at a rally he was neither invited to or scheduled to speak at.
Aaron stopped Ted, in full view of the cameras (video below).  Aaron (in the red shirt) told him that Davis, the attorney and Governor Huckabee were coming out and that he should go over and stand with the elected officials because they had a schedule to keep.  Ted then attempted to bully Aaron with the tactic he had just used in the jail.
If you watch the video you will see Jim Terry exit with a cell phone to his ear.  The reason he was on the phone was that he was trying to defuse the situation, giving instructions to the rest of the team to not allow Ted on the speaker’s platform or in the media pit. Ted  was out of control at this point. He tried to side step Aaron but was stopped.  He finally relented.


But it wasn’t over.
Ted and his companion then go to over to the steps leading up to the speaker’s platform but Jim Terry was there waiting for them.  Jim stopped them and once again Cruz tried to bully his way onto the platform. Jim stood firm and once again Ted relented.
But it still wasn’t over.
Then, when Davis, her attorney, and Governor Huckabee were speaking on the platform, Ted goes over behind the cameras and tries to get their attention so that they rotate the cameras 180 degrees, off of the speakers and toward him! It was a desperate and deliberate attempt to disrupt the rally and take the focus off of Kim Davis and put it on himself.
When all of this failed, Ted retreated with a forlorn and dejected look on his face, where I am told that his companion rounded up some of the media to take pictures.  The next thing we know Amanda Carpenter (the Communication Director for Senator Ted Cruz), publishes an article in the Conservative Review condemning Governor Huckabee as selfish.  The Cruz campaign made a deliberate attempt to make Gov. Huckabee look bad, when in fact Cruz was the villain.
People from the Cruz campaign then began spreading that Cruz was a victim and was very sad about what happened.  They were pushing the false narrative that Cruz was blocked by Governor Huckabee when he showed up unannounced, not on the speaker schedule, just minutes before the Governor, Kim and her attorney were scheduled to meet with the press. He wasn’t a speaker. He wasn’t on the schedule.  This link shows just one Tweet our of many, that propagated that false narrative.
Perhaps what is most disturbing about this incident is that Ted Cruz didn’t really support Kim Davis in the first place. On the Sunday prior to the rally he was interviewed by NPR and said, “State officials cannot ignore a direct judicial order” meaning that Kim Davis was required to do what the judge had ordered.  You can draw your own conclusion, but mine is that he wanted the free press so that he could be viewed as a defender of religious liberty.  The link to his response is below.
Then, I spent a week in Iowa helping to organize and campaign for Gov. Huckabee as his National Grassroots Chair.  I was told, first hand, by people in Iowa that the Cruz campaign was telling them not to vote for Mike because he couldn’t win.  
Then I saw the “Voter Violation” mailers being sent to Iowa voters by the Cruz campaign which was an appalling campaign dirty trick and drew the ire of the Iowa Secretary of State.
Then, the Cruz campaign sent out instructions to tell their caucus speakers to tell everyone that Carson was dropping out of the race.  
I have also heard by many in Iowa that Rafael Cruz was speaking all over the state telling people that Governor Huckabee supported Common Core, which they knew was false.  
I wasn’t surprised when in South Carolina, the Cruz campaign was forced to pull false ads directed at Marco Rubio.
Those are the reasons why I will not be voting for Ted Cruz in the Texas GOP Primary.


Source, Mike Grayson: Why I’m Not Voting for Ted Cruz 

More great commentary on MikeGrayson’s Blog 

Ted Cruz Owes Donald Trump an Apology, and an Answer To Us!

Senator Ted Cruz has stepped on a real landmine this time. His level of hypocrisy and willingness to deceive the American voter pegged out the meter.

Last year, Senator Ted Cruz appeared at the National Religious Liberties Conference in Iowa, where he courted the support of the conference’s organizer, Colorado-based pastor and radio host Kevin Swanson. Ted’s father Rafael also spoke at the conference.

Ted Cruz was embraced and introduced on the stage by Pastor Swanson, after Swanson had called for the execution of gays and many other inflammatory remarks at the very same podium earlier.

In the browsing area of the conference there were various pamphlets about death for homosexuals, from consequences for not advocating it, to the best methods of carrying out the punishment.

While Ted Cruz has never spoken out about the little get together, the campaign did much later, telling USA Today that “it was a mistake” for Cruz to have attended the conference.

Obviously they wanted to keep it all low key, Cruz did not want to lose all the “Kill All The Gays Coalition” votes that he had gained pandering to them.

Since he got his panties in such a bunch over Trump not disavowing David Duke personally and immediately, don’t you think this is a bit hypocritical?

I have enquired, but have not received an answer.

Maybe it’s time you should all demand Teddy to come forward, get out of the closet, and let’s hear if from Mr. Cruz himself, on national television, that he does not want their votes!

He can be reached at:

Cruz for President
P.O. Box 25376
Houston, TX 77265

Tel: 713-353-4330

Or by email, using this weblink:

Let me know if you get a commitment from Mr. Cruz…

Despite LGBT Backlash Caitlyn Doubles Down on Ted Cruz, Slams Hillary Clinton


Caitlyn Jenner is receiving massive backlash from the LGBTQ community after she said she would like to be Ted Cruz‘s ‘trans ambassador’.

Many people took to social media to blast the reality show star over her political endorsement.

“I’ve unfollowed @IAmCait and @Caitlyn_Jenner As a woman who loves and respects women, I feel duped and disrespected,” wrote one user on Twitter.

Added another commenter: “She isn’t doing anything to advance LGBT politically.”

Furious: People took to Twitter to voice their outrage at the former Olympian’s remarks this week…

The transgender icon and former Olympian reiterated that she backed Cruz and made the ‘ambassador’ comment in an interview on Wednesday.

‘I like Ted Cruz,’ Jenner told the . ‘I think he’s very conservative, and a great constitutionalist, and a very articulate man.’Advocate

Were Cruz to be elected president, Jenner would like to be appointed ‘trans ambassador to the president of the United States.’

Caitlyn Jenner said that fiscal conservatism is well suited to help transgender Americans.

Jenner reveals she met Cruz prior to her transition, more than a year ago, “and he was very nice.”

“Wouldn’t it be great, let’s say he goes on to be president,” she tells me in relating a conversation on the tour bus. “And I have all my girls on a trans issues board to advise him on making decisions when it comes to trans issues. Isn’t that a good idea?” she asked me.

“You’re going to be Ted Cruz’s trans ambassador?”

“Yes, trans ambassador to the president of the United States, so we can say, ‘Ted, love what you’re doing but here’s what’s going on.’”

She wasn’t joking.

Despite her warm feelings for Cruz, Jenner, 66, didn’t formally endorse the Texas senator for president, saying ‘he’s an evangelical Christian, and probably one of the worst ones when it comes to trans issues.’

While the Democrats are ‘better’ when it comes to social issues, Jenner thinks the GOP fiscal conservatism is more suited to serve transgender Americans.

And now she has opened fire on Hillary Clinton, ‘I’m open. We need both sides and if we’re unfortunate enough get Hilary as our next President, we need her on our side. Although she won’t be. She couldn’t care less about women. She cares about herself.’

Ted Cruz has repeatedly questioned the rights of transgender Americans in his interviews and speeches

Earlier this week, at a campaign event in Spirit Lake, Ted Cruz went on a familiar tirade against the Obama Administration and the Department of Education for their decision to support equal treatment for transgender students. He told attendees that it would be better to “inflict” a transgender student on a faculty restroom than let them use student facilities. He of course also used one of his favorite lines: “my five year-old… knows there’s a difference between boys and girls.”
Cruz, who is currently surging amongst the evangelical right, is proudly racking up a host of endorsements from some of the nation’s most hateful and bigoted organizations and people. So far he’s been endorsed by the National Organization for Marriage and the leader of Iowa’s worst anti-LGBT group, the Family Leader, ultra-conservative Iowa Congressman Steve King, and Sandy Rios of the American Family Association – an organization that has been classified a hate-group by the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Jenner still stands by her commitment…
‘If we don’t have a country, we don’t have trans issues,’ said Jenner, who is a former decathlete and announced her transition from male to female in 2015.
‘We need jobs. We need a vibrant economy. I want every trans person to have a job. With $19 trillion in debt and it keeps going up, we’re spending money we don’t have.’

‘Eventually, it’s going to end. And I don’t want to see that. Socialism did not build this country. Capitalism did. Free enterprise. The people built it. And they need to be given the opportunity to build it back up.’

While Cruz and Jenner might agree in their belief in a deregulated economy, Jenner picked an unlikely companion in her fight for trans justice.

Cruz has questioned transgender rights on several occasions during his campaign for the 2016 GOP nomination.

On yesterday’s Today show, Jenner said, “I sit on the Republican side, and when we do get a candidate, I certainly will talk to them. I admit that the Democrats, as far as trans issues, are better than the Republicans.”

Source: Daily Mail Online

41 Lies of Ted Cruz, And Still Counting…

Ted Cruz is a very accomplished liar. Unlike Ben Carson, the lies of Ted Cruz are often clever and mixed with some half truths and distortions. So far Ted Cruz has told at least 41 lies. Under Sharia law Ted Cruz would either have his tongue cut out or his head chopped off.

When Ted Cruz called Mitch McConnell a liar the first thing that popped into my head was, “It takes on to know one.”


BREAKING NEWS! Ted Cruz pulled another voter fraud scam today, 3/8/16! Hawaiian voters received this email yesterday. Of course, it’s being blamed on a “volunteer mistake” again. Once the lie is out there, it is nearly impossible to pull back. This makes twice “it was someone else” has been used. Seems to be a pattern doesn’t it? Link to the story: 



Let’s start with his eighteen 1/2 truths and distortions.

Mostly False

“92 million Americans aren’t working.” If you include high schoolers, senior citizens….
When it comes to outright lying Ted Cruz is no slouch. He’s right up there with Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan. Clearly Cruz can lie with the best of them. Here are 19 of his lies.
The Iran deal “trusts the Iranians to inspect themselves.” Up to 150 international inspectors within nine months.
“The Iran Deal will facilitate and accelerate the nation of Iran acquiring nuclear weapons.”  Even in worst-case scenario, deal would make it harder to get a bomb
Pants on Fire!
Ted Cruz can tell whoppers with the best of them.