Many people are becoming familiar with a common ‘truth-stretching trait‘ of Ted Cruz that appears to be infecting his followers and supporters.
In addition to Cruz’s eligibility concerns (which are contingent upon evolving his interpretations of the constitution), and in addition to the sunlight now beginning to reach his sketchy Wall Street financial and globalist background, Cruz is having to make claims out of loin cloth to protect his increasingly unstable candidacy.
Yesterday, in an effort to protect himself, Cruz was reduced to calling Kansas Senator Pat Roberts a liar. The wheels are increasingly wobbly on the lonely Cruzin’ bus. So it should come as no surprise to see his supporters doing the same.
As you can see above, a Ted Cruz supporter claims to have attended a Donald Trump rally (Scott Brown’s No BS BBQ event) in Portsmouth New Hampshire and been paid by $50 by the Trump campaign for attendance.
WHAT? Donald Trump is paying people to attend his rallies? Oh dear.
The Cruz Social Media team “Women for Conservative Leaders” jumped at the opportunity to promote and display the claim. However,…..
A little bit of good investigative research by several people removes the mask behind the anonymous “attendee” and shows him to be a person named Jay Taylor. Here’s the link to the original statement:
Oh my, Jay Taylor has discovered a plot by Donald Trump to pay people to attend his rallies.
Or did he?
A reasonably minded person would think to themselves: “if Trump is paying people to attend his events, and there are tens of thousands at these events, then why have we only just heard about it this one time”? …”it would also be costing Trump hundreds of millions to do this because his audiences are packed to the rafters“….
Of course, the primary disclaimer there is reasonably minded.
Here’s where you recognize that a large majority of Ted Cruz followers/supporters have to live in a world of make believe where “reasonably minded” is necessarily disconnected in order to reconcile all the inherent contradictions surrounding the candidate.
Disconnected, just like Jay Taylor on the date in question:
[As the gifted Froggie points out] […] Mr. Jay Taylor lives in Rochester, which depending on which way you go, is 30 – 40 minutes away from Portsmouth (and that’s not accounting for the snowy weather they were having at the time).
At 10:33am Cruzbot Jay is taking pictures of the snow and sharing his opinion therein of the view out his window. The Trump Rally was 11:30am
Better get moving Jay, if you are going to make the rally…
However, at 12:37 pm he writes:
“The truth is, I should get my fat ass out there and work off breakfast. It’s inly a few inches.”…
Whoopsie, the rally is over, and the “fat ass” (self-identifier) hasn’t even left the house yet. So, how exactly did see himself getting paid at 12:47pm?
He spoke to 10 people? ….and only one was voting for Trump? …in his house? ….after a fat ass breakfast. ……at 12:47pm?
Ah, but the answer to them nuther’ fat-assed voices can be discovered in his explanation following his $50 magical mystery tour. Pay close attention:
…”Yup, I was there. And my buds went out for wings and beers ON DONALD after wards”.
There’s the answer. Key words: “after wards“!
The wings and beer buddies, like the 10 other people he spoke too, all of which he claims were paid by the Donald, did so after “wards“. Apparently there’s some form of jello, and a white paper cup with little pills, included as the breakfast dessert in those wards.
Drink up boys! …it rubs the lotion on its skin, and then gets back to Cruzin’ again…. Mommy, can I have some more of those little marshmallows for my hot cocoa?
…..Say Romeo, what about your promise to make blueberry pancakes…. I’m sorry Teddie, but someone has to draw the line somewhere… He smells like cotton candy…
…..Sprinkles, stay away from my spidey Pez… nom, nom… tap tap tap. Yeah, yeah, that’s the ticket…. chicken wings and, a beer, yeah…. Ted Cruz is fun.
Now, about that Senator Pat Roberts – he’s a bad man.
Senator, bad man.