Ted Cruz Campaign Head Credits Psychological Operations As Primary Source of Voter Support…

We’re often asked why not just unmask candidate Ted Cruz and lay bare with all of the gathered research on his manipulative intents.  The simplest answer can be found in the following analogy some might be familiar with:

…”have you ever tried to convince a 17-year-old teenager their boyfriend is wrong for them”?…

There are some things you make a decision not to do, choosing instead to watch people awaken on their own, at their own pace.  Preferring to support them after the awakening.

Ted Cruz, as a known toxic entity, is one of those type of examples.

ted cruz 1What Campaign Chief Jeff Roe describes in the recent Washington Post article is MK-Ultra type of psychological operations.

The objective goes hand-in-hand with the approach Senate Candidate Ted Cruz first deployed in his 2012 bid to become a U.S. Senator.

Many of us who supported Cruz at the time (2012) recognized the concerning aspect, but set it aside as an issue ‘for future reference’.

However, when you digest the approach, it accurately describes why “religion” is an essential element in his campaign.  It also explains why Cruz can turn against someone like Sarah Palin, once her usefulness was exhausted – now, collaboratively with Glenn Beck, calling Sarah Palin “a clown”.


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( Via Washington Post) […]  Cruz has largely built his program out of his Houston headquarters, where a team of statisticians and behavioral psychologists who subscribe to the burgeoning practice of “psychographic targeting” built their own version of a Myers-Briggs personality test. The test data is supplemented by recent issue surveys, and together they are used to categorize supporters, who then receive specially tailored messages, phone calls and visits. Micro-targeting of voters has been around for well over a decade, but the Cruz operation has deepened the intensity of the effort and the use of psychological data.

[…]  To build its data-gathering operation widely, the Cruz campaign hired Cambridge Analytica, a Massachusetts company reportedly owned in part by hedge fund executive Robert Mercer, who has given $11 million to a super PAC supporting Cruz. Cambridge, the U.S. affiliate of London-based behavioral research company SCL Group, has been paid more than $750,000 by the Cruz campaign, according to Federal Election Commission records.

To develop its psychographic models, Cambridge surveyed more than 150,000 households across the country and scored individuals using five basic traits: openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness and neuroticism. A top Cambridge official didn’t respond to a request for comment, but Cruz campaign officials said the company developed its correlations in part by using data from Facebook that included subscribers’ likes. That data helped make the Cambridge data particularly powerful, campaign officials said.  (read more – strongly recommended )

cruz rubio Lee immigration

One awakening story here – Another awakening story here.

Senator Ted Cruz took office in January of 2013.  January through September of 2013 Cruz campaigned against Obamacare even forcing a government shutdown over the funding for it.  It appeared he was doing the right thing – for the right reasons.  However, he was getting massive intense backlash for a junior senator with only a few months on the job – soon the pressure became too much, he was islolated, ridiculed and marginalized into defeat.  He collapsed – retreated and made a decision.

In October of 2013 Cruz made a strategic decision to get his political life kick-started and try to regain credibility and influence.   To achieve this he partnered with the very political machine he previously opposed, including the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and then Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.

Ted cruz and rand paulMcConnell directed Cruz to join the NRSC.

Through 2014 Cruz participated as Vice-Chair inside the NRSC as part of that alignment with the DC machine.

However, the DC machine was working on a very specific set of objectives which, while noted at the time, were not fully understood.  They only became most visible as time provided a historical analysis.

Two great outlines of what was going on are available HERE PART 1 -and- HERE PART 2. If you haven’t read those outlines, you will be lost moving forward.

While those corrupt machinations were going on, Senator Ted Cruz remained part of their overall program – working earnestly to assist the NRSC and simultaneously refusing to assist any political entity who was not in alignment with the overall objectives.  In short, he sold his soul to McConnell Inc. around Christmas 2013.

AFTER, the scheme became toxicly visible -thanks to the Mississippi primary election of Thad Cochran/Chris McDaniel- Senator Cruz was at risk of losing all of his conservative bona-fides.

In June/July of 2014 he made another strategic decision to ‘optically separate’ himself from the McConnell led crew and the fiasco that was exploding inside the Mississippi election and the relationship to the NRSC and GOPe apparatus.  It was a political decision, not based on principle but rather based entirely on saving his own political life.

beck 6Cruz needed, found and executed a political stunt to provide him cover as he retreated – He also enamored himself with radio host Mark Levin.

At the same time, in order to control his exposure, Cruz joined forces with Glenn Beck around the summers’ “Humanitarian Crisis” and Unaccompanied Alien Children; all in June/July/August 2014Distractions.

However, even though he publicly separated himself from McConnell Inc., Cruz carried the same objectives of the overall 2013 plan forward.  He did so behind the scenes, quietly invisible to all those not paying specific attention, so it would not draw as much notice.

You’ll note Senator Ted Cruz never once campaigned for a conservative in the 2014 mid-term campaign races – nor did he ever discuss the absence of a federal budget now the republicans were in control of both the House and the Senate.

While publicly railing against what he called the DC Cartel, a group he was bound to assist from his prior pledge to them, he worked to deliver their goals nonetheless.

This was ultimately evident in: ♦ Comprehensive Immigration reform and amnesty  ♦  The Iran Deal (Corker-Cardin Amendment) he supported, and later in ♦ The TPA construct, which became votes, to insure TPP passage on behalf of the original team he pledged support to in 2013.

In each case candidate Cruz now attempts to distance his own culpability and ownership within it.  However, he is only able to distract people (“GASLIGHTING”) to the extent that voters were not engaged in following the day-by-day scheme(s) as they unfolded.

In essence, Cruz is able to fool people in 2015 using the same approach he used in 2012 to get elected.  To insure that deception he adds an element of cult-like affiliation via religion and now various psychological targeting.

To give you an idea how that manipulative intent reveals itself  – here’s a video of senate candidate Cruz prior to becoming elected.  Pay attention to the explanation(s); because since 2012 you’ve heard this same set of explanations used again on various points:

  • 2012 Heidi Cruz joined Council on Foreign Relations to change it.
  • 2013 Cruz joined National Republican Senatorial Campaign Committee to change it.
  • 2012 Cruz: I am the only candidate to stand up to….
  • 2015 Cruz: I am the only candidate who has stood up to…..

Always avoiding the natural follow-up, “but what have you accomplished”?

Accomplishments including:

  • Joined forces with Mitch McConnell in October 2013
  • Would not campaign for conservative challengers in 2013/2014
  • Gave $200,000 from his Leadership PAC to the NRSC
  • Advocated for 500,000 additional H1-B immigrant visas
  • Ran to the Border with Glenn Beck for Illegal Aliens, Soccer Balls and Teddy Bears
  • Supported Comprehensive Immigration Reform (along with Senator Rubio)
  • Voted to support the Iran Deal – To Include Corker/Cardin Amendment (only Senator Tom Cotton voted against)
  • Voted to support TPA – The gateway to Trans Pacific Trade Deal

“The Most Consistent Conservative”?  Merely a ridiculous psy-ops talking point.

All recent examples.

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 January 2014 (Video) Just Hit Play

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358 Responses to Ted Cruz Campaign Head Credits Psychological Operations As Primary Source of Voter Support…

  1. pyromancer76 says:

    IMHO. Stop with the third party wishes. That is a death wish in the American political system as it is configured today.

    There will never be a viable third party in this country out of these current debates. Look back at the only time a third party was successful and take a look at the electoral powers — there was too much jockeying back and forth. We do not have anything like that today. We have a uniparty from both directions — the most dangerous place to be. Two pincers of destruction (marxist-islam and globalist elite) have tremendous incendiary, obliterating power. This fight will be tough, tough, tough and Sundance’s reminder of Cold Anger is ever more important. We will be incited to riot, imo, and we must not. We must be an inexorable force — just like our leader The Donald or President Trump.

    We shall take over the Republican Party where beliefs of economic-freedom-and-opportunity for every man and woman (well not women back then — but they were becoming active on their behalf) and freedom-from-slavery began in an organized way. Remember African-Americans used to be Republican. Bring them back for the best of reasons. Hispanics, who have authority longings, nevertheless came to this country to escape the elitist nonsense and destruction of their home countries. Speak to their family values and hope for true “social justice” (this argument can be reframed- Donald is attempting to do so, I think).

    Again, IMHO, third party wishes are death wishes but feel good on an impulsive emotional basis.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Martin says:

      I don’t care about the “GOP”. I just want Trump to win.

      Liked by 4 people

    • fred says:

      PYRO you need more than one option my friend. If the GOP and media can destroy Trump then look what we are left with. A group of very nasty liars run by lobbiests and Paul Ryan has a good 20 years of destruction in him. If they can get Jebby in there with Rove dirty tricks than what is the difference with Hil… None and we lost a chance to tear down the Frankenstien that is the GOP. How long would it take to change. 10 years..it will be obsolete by then with all the immigration. If we refused to vote for a GOP candidate picked by Rove for us then what. We could deliver a stunning loss like we delivered a landslide. We got spit in the face for that effort. The Dems would have to inherit the mess Obama leaves and Hil may not make it too far she looks ill. That would kill 2 birds with one stone and give 4 years to regroup and have men with some integrity to represent us. It’s called revolution or the same old for years to come.

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Papoose says:

    Ted Cruz has been trained and groomed for this ‘role’ all of his life. His C.V. is staring us in the face. His father “worked” for the Reagan campaign, so it is claimed, though he never became an American citizen until a few years ago.

    If Canadian-born Cuban-Americans are eligible to be Commander In Chief of the USA military, how long before ‘Americans citizens’ born in England to Chinese fathers are eligible? Chose any variable. We’ve been fractured to make way for the globalists.

    Liked by 9 people

    • rashamon says:

      Agreed. After the disaster of our present prez, I cannot figure out how anyone would not understand the importance of future commanders-in-chief having an historical foot on American soil. At least it gives an opportunity for an epigenetic stew to form around the DNA of second or third generation Americans that makes them place caretaking of this land and its individual citizens as a priority.

      Liked by 2 people

    • His being born on foreign territory is not a factor. However, being born of only one American Citizen Parent IS a factor. Please refer to Naturalization Act of 1790 which defines Natural Born Citizen.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Martin says:

        Him being born on foreign territory is a factor. No foreign influence in the WH.

        Liked by 1 person

        • It is not a legal factor.


        • IntoTheFray says:

          Agree Martin. Article II of the US Constitution requires that the POTUS be a “Natural Born Citizen”.
          SCOTUS defined “Natural Born Citizen” in 1875, in the case Minor v Happersett, as a child born in the US to two citizen parents. (Don’t try to find this on the Internet, it’s been scrubbed)
          It’s there, in black and white, so don’t tell me you believe in America and the US Constitution if you are a Cruz (Rubio also) advocate. Neither Cruz nor Rubio were born to two citizen parents and Cruz was born in Canada, therefore neither is eligible to be POTUS.
          Don’t tell me that Obama’s election changed anything. Two wrongs don’t make a right. Don’t tell me some MSM or Uniparty talking head said, because I “listen” to the US Constitution.

          Liked by 1 person

        • Martha says:

          I have been telling peoe this as well. This ignorance is what got us Obama, the Nations destroyer!


      • winghunter says:

        Oh BS!
        MARK LEVIN: Ted Cruz IS a natural born citizen…and eligible to be president


        • Jett Black says:

          All that needs to happen is for a secretary of state or other official charged with qualifying candidates to be on a state’s ballot bring a declaratory action in federal court against Cruz asking the court to determine whether or not he is a “natural-born citizen.” Unfortunately, with the courts we currently have and the likely disinterest of the state official, I wouldn’t expect a very vigorous or rigorous pursuit of the constitutionally correct answer. Still, at least we could get some finality on these issues.

          Liked by 1 person

        • United States Congress, “An act to establish an uniform Rule of Naturalization” (March 26, 1790).

          “…the children of citizens of the United States that may be born beyond Sea, or out of the limits of the United States, shall be considered as natural born Citizens: Provided, that the right of citizenship shall not descend to persons whose fathers have never been resident in the United States…”


      • Andree says:

        An act of Congress cannot and does not alter our Constitution. Vattel’s definition of NBC is the one understood by the Fathers.

        Liked by 1 person

      • countrychicken says:

        PLEASE STOP using the Naturalization Act of 1790, it was repealed in 1795 then 1798, 1802 and finally 1952. There is no mention of Natural Born Citizen in the current Naturalization Act. Born on US soil to two US citizens stands and Cruz is not qualified.


  3. cali says:

    I admit being fooled by this charlatan; considering his speaking skills it was one of the reason thinking and believing that finally having a ‘conservative’ able to clearly explain what conservatism is all about.
    I was fooled! What makes this man beyond treacherous is his ability to be so convincing.
    The doubts about his sincerity arouse as soon as he teamed up with Glenn Beck – another charlatan which exposed his intent of his true agenda.
    Clearly – using MK Ultra methods is beyond troublesome for various reasons. This unmasking of Cruz is the worst part.
    VC – Vigilant Citizens educated me a great deal about Mk Ultra and distressed me a lot.

    Cruz’ exposure couldn’t come at a better time and as it is usually the case – he is his own worst enemy.
    He deserves every bit of scolding he receives – he brought it upon himself by his own choice.

    Liked by 10 people

    • Ricardo says:

      I’m surprised people find him convincing. He comes off like a televangelist. Instant bad taste in my mouth. But maybe I’m biased, since I used to be a Charismatic, and thus learned to recognize and despise them.

      Liked by 2 people

    • fred says:

      Trump could stand back and let Cruz bask in the lights. That exposure may make people want Trump even more. They will get sick of that glibness very quickly. You know that song..You’ll come runnin’ back to me…… Perfect time for Trump to stand back a little and let Beck and his crew make idiots of themselves with all their self ritiousness.

      Liked by 1 person

    • pawatcher says:

      I was taken in on Cruz because Sarah Palin jumped in to get him to victory in his senate bid- he was the only candidate that was viable to take an R senate seat and possibly do some conservative good…………time has told he did not do good enough for the real conservatives concerned with saving America to jump on his bandwagon because he was all talk and no accomplishments- We chose Trump for the long run in droves.
      I was doubtful of Trump in the beginning because I had been a supporter of both Ross Perot and Sarah Palin and thought he may not be in to the finish and I agreed with their political acumen fully, so I supported Rand in the beginning. Trump’s policies ring true like their’s did and he is in it to the end of the line- the WH- IMHO.
      I feel Cruz is a snake in the grass with a deadly bite aimed at US, but, the death would be the same as the Ds and GOPe only slower and under the delusion that he was not the reason for Our demise- he’ll talk his way outta responsibility of his actions with his wordy spin. Trump brings it out in the open, solves the problem and gets on with the next question leaving someone in charge of getting the job done.
      Trump 2016………..I’ve never looked back after jumping on his bandwagon. Just hoping the Cruz supporters will seriously look at Trump for his viability to win and join US to get US on the right track- instead of going in circles with Cruz as We circle the drain.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Angela_M says:

      A brilliant skewering of Ted Cruz if there ever was one. On the other hand, I still get 3 a.m. cold-sweat-awakenings from dreams where the Donald is unmasked as the devil. Remember. He was encouraged to run by none other than William Jefferson. There is a lot on the line here. If political Psy Ops is real (and I believe it is) then why should I trust opinions of a “rag tag bunch of conservative misfits” who run this site, and who are set upon torpedo-ing the only viable GOP candidate with political experience? Do they have names? What are their names? What are their journalistic bonafides? Color me suspicious, but the unsettled feeling doesn’t easily leave and I can’t explain it.

      Liked by 2 people

    • USA Patriot says:

      Cali, Glad you woke up to see Charlatan Ted Cruz as this article so clearly exposes. But somebody tell me why Rush and Levin still back this phony and both today double downed
      on Ted being a NBC. Why are these high profile Talkers so adamant in defending this Globalist slickster who talks with lawyer caveats galore. Somebody needs to follow the money.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Molon labe says:

      I call bullsh*t !


  4. americalsgt says:

    Ronald Kessler has written several books about the men and woman in the secret service who guard government officials. In his take on these people, Kessler gives the reader both good and bad. The Obama’s can, in fact, be decent at times, but Carter was just plain mean nearly all the time. In his most recent book he made a comment about Cruz that left me cold. Essentially Kessler said that beneath the veneer was a very conniving and deceitful individual. In a national election, I think Cruz will replace AuH20 for the record of getting the worst drubbing by a Conservative candidate. His whole Billy Sunday act is so phony in my opinion and will turn off the electorate.

    Liked by 9 people

  5. kimber says:

    I never fell for Cruz because of the wife, mostly. As soon as I saw who she was, I instantly knew he could never, ever be the person who would believe the things he speaks about.

    By now, many of us, know enough about how the elites work, to know they like to own all sides.

    Many conservatives (see FR) fall for him hook, line and sinker though. Eager to be manipulated and play their part in the Kabuki. I called him a sociopath on FR and was expecting the wrath to come down, it was largely ignored.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Vlad LVX says:

      “If you don’t stand with Israel, I won’t stand with you.” (Ted Cruz)

      Ted Cruz should run for president of Israel instead…

      Glenn Beck jumped the shark with supporting gays at the Sochi Olympics

      Liked by 4 people

  6. stringy theory says:

    There was a time when I believed Cruz was the real conservative deal, and smart to boot. But I’ve watched and learned and now I know he’s a fraud, just like the rest of the GOP. This great piece by Sundance is excellent. So I will never, ever vote for Cruz. I don’t do social media and like millions of others who support Trump but don’t do it either, we’re completely off the radar of those statistical/psychological wizards working away on Ted’s behalf down in Texas. But they will see us come out of the shadows in November 2016 when we vote Donald Trump into the office of President.

    Liked by 5 people

  7. Frank O'Pinion says:

    Ted Cruz strikes a creepy facial resemblance to Valerie Jarrett. All kidding out of the way, it’s time to use the nuclear option on this triple Canadian, Cuban, and maybe U.S. citizen.

    Emphatically, make Cruz prove that he is a natural born U.S. citizen. The only way that can be factually accomplished is by having him produce a valid U.S. birth certificate. Once that is done, then have him prove that his parents were U.S. citizens when he was born on U.S. soil.

    Oh, you say he was born up there in Canada? O.K., then insist that he produce his required Consular Report of Birth Abroad (CRBA). canada.usembassy.gov/mobile//consular_services/birth-abroad.html If Cruz cannot produce this CRBA, then he should have had a passport. If neither are produced, Cruz is an undocumented alien and an illegal U.S. Senator. If he has either form, Cruz is a statute citizen, whose U.S. citizenship falls under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). Therefore, Cruz is a naturalized U.S. citizen, not a natural born U.S. citizen and ineligible for the office of the POTUS under Article II of the U.S. Constitution.

    Liked by 11 people

    • Of course he’s not eligible.
      If Cruz gets the nomination, I would assume that Hillary and the DNC have at least 1/2 legal challenge to his NBC status lined up. Even though NBC legal challenges didn’t hurt obama, that was DNC. Now we are talking RNC.
      If Cruz gets the nomination, I think his candidacy will be sinking by Aug 15. He’s un-electable.


    • swissik says:

      My husband and I are naturalized citizens from before the immigration laws were changed in 1964. When I was tested and interviewed, it was explained that naturalization entitled me to all the rights afforded to US born citizens, EXCEPT the ability to run for president. I have never heard anything other than that in order to run for president one must be born on US soil of US parents.


    • Paco Loco says:

      FOP….yes, make all of the candidates show their documents. This is a job for the RNC to prove the legality of the R candidates to hold the office of POTUS. This should be matter of fact, legal SOP, before accepting a candidate to run as a Republican(or Democrat). The fact that the RNC doesn’t do it is very suspicious.


      • countrychicken says:

        Sorry Paco Loco, I just noticed that dates on the replies in this thread. I have no clue how I got here and hope you’ll forgive me for my very late reply to your comment.


    • countrychicken says:

      Don’t tell the cruzers that he’s not eligible, when I tried I got this from one of them:

      How do I reply to something like this?


    • countrychicken says:

      I got transported to this thread somehow and for the life of me can’t figure out how I got here. Anyway, I’m sorry for the delay in this and my other reply to you.


  8. Duchess says:

    Am listening to Rush and just realized he has been totally duped by Cruz too. So disappointing!

    Liked by 4 people

    • Rush was like this with Walker.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Trumped says:

      He is in for the money. The pac money goes directly to Rush for the advertisment. And the more ad money you pay him the more he will be in your favour.

      Its a devils circle.

      Liked by 3 people

      • USA Patriot says:

        To Trumped:

        Now you are getting to the key of Rush’s duplicity — always follow the money. I am still fuming from the lefty Mark Zukerburg fake Immigration Ad that played over and over on Rush’s show pushing Rubio’s gang of 8 bill.


    • keebler AC says:

      The Cambridge UK psychographic profiling done on Rush Limbaugh has got Rush all mapped out right down to his favorite underwear likes, and Ted will be sending him some in his fav color along with placebo Oxycontin as a reminder of his vulnerability.


    • USA Patriot says:

      Rush is not duped by anyone — Rush has been duping the base for years and still supports Cruz and hopes he wins Iowa. El-Rushbo still calls GWB a conservative.

      Rush is a GOPe loyalist now and forever. Rush made millions with his left / right gig and blinded the base of the unholy alliance of cheap labor Globalism between the two Parties.

      Liked by 1 person

  9. Bobbi D says:

    I didn’t like the Patriot Act, because anytime you give the government any power, they always use it against us, Americans and America which they did…now we have candidate that is using this almost like Patriot Act to win an election? I don’t like Cruz, he isn’t any more legal to run for President than obuma did; and neither does Rubio….Cruz has used his ‘religion’ to garner votes and his father has said the same thing, ‘the King of Society’ really???? Nope, my vote goes to Trump and only Trump or I stay home….

    Liked by 3 people

  10. Trust No One says:

    I had to turn Rush off today. I could feel the manipulation and it wasn’t good. I usually listen to Mark Levin but will not today because I’m sure it will be the same as Rush.

    Liked by 1 person

  11. corimari2013 says:

    Rush lost me today. I am REALLY disappointed in him. He literally completely changed his tune to be all against Donald Trump over this past weekend.

    Liked by 1 person

  12. inspectorudy says:

    I used to come here to read about police shooting cases and found descent data and view points but as for politics most of you are so far off the charts in the nutty direction that it isn’t funny. Keep on hanging onto your illogical belief that Trump will win the nomination and that he has anywhere the skills needed to run this nation. Hell he was a Demorat two years ago!


    • ATGinCT says:

      Hush now, pointing that out isn’t going to matter here.


    • keebler AC says:

      found descent data and view points


      Guess you don’t like the decent data and view points, truth and sunlight, pertaining to your candidate. That says more about you and your candidate than us.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Tommy Frisco says:

      Hell he was a Demorat two years ago!

      Yeah, I’ve been hearing that a lot lately. Maybe you weren’t around in 1988.

      It’s actually quite amazing how little Donald Trump has changed.

      Liked by 2 people

      • swissik says:

        Lots of people were Dems at one time in their lives, the same is true in reverse, Repubs have changed to Dems. That is definitely not something that this voter worries about. A person who cannot change over time or with the times is inflexible and tends to have a closed mind.

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