Ted Cruz Works To Clarify His GOP Position As NRSC Vice-Chair, As NRSC is Found To Be Behind Mississippi Vote Fraud Efforts…

It’s a precarious position Senator Cruz is staking out.   Ultimately he’s going to have to make a decision about staying with the NRSC, as the evidence of NRSC FEC fraud is brought to sunlight by the Mississippi election.

So far he’s only vocalizing his animosity about the NRSC using race-baiting tactics to attack another Republican, Chris McDaniel.  However, if the vote-buying fraud is tied to the NRSC  –which evidence is clearly outlining– then Ted Cruz will either have to cut bait, or stay forever hooked to the fraud.

Ted Cruz 2(Via The Hill) GOP hopes of corralling Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) during the 2014 primary season are officially dead.

The defiant Republican’s brutal criticism of Sen. Thad Cochran’s (R-Miss.) reelection campaign on Tuesday — and the involvement of a group he is technically a vice chairman of, the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) — is just the latest example of the Tea Party hero refusing to play nice.

That brazen approach has exacerbated already fragile relations with establishment Republicans, who believe the freshman senator is intentionally undercutting them for no reason other than furthering his own political career.

Meanwhile, his conservative base is rejoicing that he’s refusing to be cowed.

Cruz is furious at the NRSC for its involvement in the Mississippi primary to boost Cochran over challenger Chris McDaniel. After losing the June 24 runoff, in which national Republicans spent late money to help the six-term incumbent, McDaniel and his supporters are looking to challenge the result, citing evidence of illegal crossover voting from black Democrats.

On Tuesday, the Senate Conservatives Fund — another frequent thorn in the GOP establishment’s side that counts Cruz among its models and supported him in his own uphill 2012 primary bid — sent $70,000 to a legal fund set up by McDaniel.

National Republicans hoped they could tame Cruz when they gave him the NRSC position. But he officially took a hiatus from the group earlier this year when it became clear that it would be involved in helping incumbents win against Tea Party challengers.

But Cruz still remains vice chairman, and reiterated he won’t resign.

“It was unfortunate to see the D.C. political machine spending substantial money to urge 30,000 to 40,000 Democrats to vote in a Republican primary. And they did not do so in an effort to grow the party, to attract their support substantively on ideas. Rather the ads that were run made false racial charges and made no effort to secure those votes in the general election,” Cruz told reporters Tuesday, echoing comments he’d made the night before to conservative radio host Mark Levin.

He went on to criticize the Senate GOP campaign arm’s involvement specifically.

“When I signed on as vice-chair of the NRSC it was based upon an explicit commitment from leadership that the NRSC was going to stay out of primaries. Had they not made that commitment I would not have taken on that role,” he said.

“I participated in the NRSC early on as long as they honored that commitment, and when the decision was made for them to do otherwise I stopped participating because I think Washington insiders are notoriously poor at picking winners and losers in primaries. And indeed the Mississippi primary is Exhibit A for why the NRSC should stay out of primaries.”  (read more)

thad cochran - chris mcdaniel

The Mississippi election is putting a massive Q-BEAM of sunlight upon the internal manipulation of the establishment GOP.   MORE HERE

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43 Responses to Ted Cruz Works To Clarify His GOP Position As NRSC Vice-Chair, As NRSC is Found To Be Behind Mississippi Vote Fraud Efforts…

  1. sundance says:


  2. sundance says:

    Serious allegations are cropping up against the National Republican Senatorial Committee. The NRSC paid an Alexandria, VA company $13,000.00 for media production and $69,000 for media on June 20, 2014. On the same day that same company placed media buys for “All Citizens of Mississippi,” a campaign group that has failed to file any documentation with the FEC other than its statement of organization.

    Here’s the problem. No one can seem to find any evidence that any ads ran in Mississippi after June 20th paid for an authorized by the National Republican Senatorial Committee. In fact, Rick Shaftan, a political consultant, has searched for NRSC ads and cannot find them.

    So did the NRSC fund the third party ads attacking the tea party? All the NRSC needs to do is document its advertising after June 20th. Thus far it has not only chosen to do so, but some of those close to the NRSC have reacted with hostility to the idea that the NRSC should disclose its advertising.

    It’s clear that the NRSC paid for media on June 20th. Where did it go?



    • taqiyyologist says:

      Hey SD. I don;’t mean to offend, or to be brash, but….



      • taqiyyologist says:


      • taqiyyologist says:

        The G.O.P. must be replaced.


        • justfactsplz says:

          Yes, with a party that will call themselves The Tea Party. Gotcha Taqi, all in fun though.


        • LetJusticePrevail" says:

          I agree that the “establishment” GOP stinks,but what happens in a two-party system when one party subdivides? Unless there is a change in the electoral process, that means the Dems will win every single election. Imagine what the progressives can do with another super-majority,and control both houses of Congress.

          More “I guess we’ll just have to pass the bill to find out what it says” legislation?


    • LetJusticePrevail" says:

      Just guessing here, but I don’t suppose Levin responded to your tweet, did he?


  3. Hey Cruz!


    Let the GOP stay the Republican wing of the Democratic Party.

    UKIP? USIP. Independence Party.

    And teabag them both, since we would then show that we have a pair.

    So to speak.


  4. bob e says:

    pretty cool thinking taqi ..


  5. taqiyyologist says:

    Hey, Cruz!

    A Good Apple Don’t Ripen the Whole Barrel.

    We can’t DO ALINSKY.

    You Can’t Make Something Spoiled Fresh Again.

    It Only Works In Reverse.

    Make Another Barrel, and Jump In.


  6. Aslan's Girl says:

    I think he may have joined the NRSC to effect change from the inside — and really, if he weren’t a member, no one on the inside would be calling for an investigation. It is quite serious when a member of any group advocates an investigation into said group. So in a way, he really has taken the fight to the Establishment. And, in this article it is plain that the Establishment is mad as h*ll at Cruz. I like that.
    I was also very relieved to know he began backing away from this group in March.


    • sundance says:

      Let’s hope you’re right.

      However, if you hang around a one legged man long enough – eventually you’re gonna start limping.


    • 2x4x8 says:

      In order for new/young folks to get ahead in life, they sometimes have to do things they don’t like first, in order to get out there, Scott Brown comes to mind, and Rand Paul touring America (Detroit). What I watch for is “character” or “principal”, does the person sell out their belief; on say abortion, in order to get put on the Health and Welfare Committee. Though Cruz is a member of RNSC, he is condemning them for wrong doing. It seems in politics there will always be differences of opinion among folks in the group and the Wall St money powers will be represented. Kind of like having Regulatory Agencies headed by Corporate CEO’s of the industry.

      Cruz is in a good position, and has leverage on those people within RNSC to purge them so that the organization is open and fair. Conservatives, after the defeat of Eric Cantor in the House, were in a good position to run for the vacant Majority Leader position, but Hensarling and then Sessions drops out, Texas was left with All Hat and No Cattle. The more Conservative Marlin Stutzman from Indiana lost the Whip position. So the White Hat Cowboys have no cattle and no whip. Cruz has the RNSC, I say he not quit, but ride/break the Bull.


  7. Pamela says:

    YES the USIP! We are beyond ready to have a party that represents the CITIZENS working towards/living the American Dream, not the CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, bankers, wall street, large corporations and the illegal invaders. When will there ever be a right time to do it?

    Maybe Cruz believes like many we can take over the Republican party with Constitutionally based people and ideals. The RINOs ain’t gonna let that happen. They love the power and the game played in DC, which is/was going just as planned….. except that damned old Tea Party got involved and are demanding things be done the way they were intended! Who are they, the pesky ole Tea Party radicals to expect that government stay in bounds and to quit spending money we don’t have. Taxed Enough Already Party!


  8. P.Spinach says:

    Will you join me in praying for our leaders ? They need protection and strength from us in numbers if they are to stay on the path and fight for America’s glory. It’s a battle and there will be the wounded but may they heal and re-bound stronger and never be lead astray by temptations and plots placed by evil. Ted Cruz has a clean record so far and any one of them who shows promise can and will be framed by Democrats to take a fall. Nixon was framed, and he fell for the fix. By many accounts he was a superb foreign relations expert and held great promise prior to his fall.


    • justfactsplz says:

      I will join you in prayer. There is so much evil surrounding the good ones that they definitely need our prayers for protection and guidance.


      • P.Spinach says:

        God listens to you for you are a kind soul! Your ordeal with your husband taught many here what perseverence and prayers can do. We need this CPR for our country and each every Tea Party or Conservative leader now. Thank you!


    • jakeandcrew says:

      Continuing to pray for our leaders, and our country.


      • P.Spinach says:

        Thank you! It’s like walking into a minefield for them. Our prayers will build a bridge so they walk above the danger whenever possible and get to their destination safe. Hopefully they blow up the bombs behind or below them. Whoever makes it there deserves our vote! God Shed His Grace on Thee!


  9. Aslan's Girl says:

    We’d be the USIP Tea Party… “you sip tea”, I think it’s cute🙂


  10. LetJusticePrevail" says:


    “”Whether you’re a high school kid in northeast Jackson or a retired nurse in Greenwood, if you’re out working doors for us, you get paid in cash, in an envelope. Saleem asked the guy for names and addresses for (Federal Election Commission) filing purposes.”

    I’m assuming that the names Saleem collected were either the names of the volunteers who canvassed to “get out the vote” or the names of the people who actually agreed to vote.

    How many “names”did Saleem collect? Who are those people? Has anybody interviewed any of these people?


  11. RJ says:

    Rick Perry and Ted Cruz are both moving on the attack. Sarah Palin along with Judge Pirro (of Fox News) came out and said “impeach” and here’s why. Slowly, voices are coming to the fore calling out attention to decisions Obama-Mao has made, is making and perhaps intends to make.

    Funny, we now have a “border issue” which just might bring us full circle to Obama’s real birth place…think about this dark humor of potential reality. Only a shrink would love such a puzzle!

    I don’t like this guy who smiles and lies all the time. Never have liked snakes.

    It’s like reliving the late 60s and early 70s all over again, only this time those revolutionaries have had about two generations to stuff their political beliefs into the minds of millions of young people, etc. How deep into our political system have they also bored into?

    This cancer is well along it’s way in our society; we will hear soon from our real “doctors” just how hard a counter attack on this cancer we will need if survival is our goal!

    Not sure of this “twisted reality” are you?

    Then ask yourself: With rockets descending on your local community every evening, what would you do? Hear much about that going on in Israel? No, what Obama and his flacks are promoting is the evil Jews not letting the righteous Palestinians live on land they truly deserve.

    Wonder when you will hear that Iran has a nuclear bomb, after which it will come out and claim it’s right to “protect” the new state of ISIS…the Caliphate where Islam is king and everyone merely a subject to kneel and seek enlightenment while waiting to be handed a gun to march upon…America?

    Progressives are they? Back in the day (circa 1968) I learned the communist game of offering up cool names to hide true agendas…

    What’s new pussycat? Oh, we got trouble…right here in River City!


    • jakeandcrew says:

      At first I thought this must be an allegory, like “Pilgrim’s Progress”.

      The fact that it really happened is sad – just shows how far the CoC group will go. I’d heard that he didn’t want to run again, and that he had some cognitive issues – but was pushed into running again because they couldn’t let a man like McDaniels get in. I think they’d sell their own mothers down the street to keep in power. What a bunch of jerks.


      • Josh says:

        “I think they’d sell their own mothers down the street to keep in power.”

        Yes. They may even hasten their own Grandmother’s demise in order to obtain and/or keep in power.


  12. unstablerabbit says:

    Well, I don’t know if it did any good but I called Senator Cruz’s office and offered my support. I told them I know that’s a tough spot to be in but that he is my last hope for a conservative candidate for the presidency. As long as he keeps doing the right thing and not cowing to the democrats that he has my vote. I’m praying for him everyday.


  13. LetJusticePrevail" says:

    He sounds a tad senile


    • LetJusticePrevail" says:

      Ummm this was supposed to be a reply to Tampamom’s comment about Thad Cochran’s misadventure in the Senate building.


      • P.Spinach says:

        A freudian slip attached to behavior instead of words too. Misadventure is a good description, lol. He’s 76. The goat comment is a clue. Although many at that age much like nuns who pray daily exhibit high function. The whole Democrat Party is full of demented 40+ year olds because it works the opposite way for those who lack belief in a higher power and replace it with a lowly human idol.


  14. jakeandcrew says:

    Is it surprising at all that the list of senators who donated to Thad Cochran’s campaign (http://www.senateconservatives.com/site/printer/2670/thad-cochrans-senate-enablers) is exactly the same as the list of senators funded by the CoC?(https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2014/07/05/why-dont-republicans-respond-to-border-crisis-people-want-to-know-why-the-gop-does-nothing-to-stop-the-illegal-alien-madness-well-explain/)

    Are they always this obvious? Do they always do things as a unit?


    • Cetera says:

      That’s how the Democrats do it: Lock Step. If it is good enough for the Democrats to hold on to power, why wouldn’t it be good enough for the Republicrats.

      I notice how both of the Senators from Wyoming are on that list: Barasso, and Enzi. I’ve hated both for a long, long time. I’m disappointed as hell that Liz Cheney was not able to challenge Enzi in the primaries this year. I may have to vote for a Democrat this fall.


  15. sundance says:

    The precinct level returns in Hinds County bolster the theory that a surge in black, Democratic turnout allowed Senator Thad Cochran to defeat Chris McDaniel, a Tea Party-backed state senator, in last month’s Republican primary runoff in Mississippi.

    Mr. Cochran won by 6,693 votes. More than half — a net 3,532 votes — came from the most Democratic precincts in Jackson’s Hinds County, where President Obama won a combined 97.8 percent of the vote in 2012, according to figures released Tuesday night by the Mississippi secretary of state.



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