Video – Ted Cruz Dirty Tricks Explained With Evidence…

REMINDER – 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”.

cruz and beck

( 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 McConnell

 

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 (June ’14)- Senator Cruz was at risk of losing all of his conservative bona-fides.

NRSC 1 highlight

nrsc 2

In June and July of 2014 Cruz 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 2014.

Distractions.

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 challengers to incumbents 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 Gang of Eight Bill that did pass the Senate ♦ 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.

beck and cruz

January 2014 (Video) Just Hit Play

Now ask yourself, if Senator Cruz was actually an “outsider”, why would a Super-PAC being run by Mitch McConnell’s attorney, be supporting Ted Cruz?

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sft 5 Eric Lycansft 4

cruz McConnell

Ted Cruz has branded himself as a “trustworthy conservative”.   He stands in front of large posters with the word “TRUSTED” behind him.  He is constantly sending out messaging that he is honest.

So, again, look at his campaign.  This released Yesterday:

cruz lies

Compare item #1 to the reality of this:

cruz donors 2

SEE FOR YOURSELF

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309 Responses to Video – Ted Cruz Dirty Tricks Explained With Evidence…

  1. R-C says:

    A Class D Felony. Sounds about right for the two-faced lying snake-weasel from Texas (and Canada).

    That smarmy, oily person will never ever get my vote.

    Liked by 11 people

  2. BiggBear says:

    The media is succeeding in making Mr.Trump look like a fool. And he’s not helping. In my opinion, he needs to shut up about Cruz. The only thing that needs to be said is something along the lines of “Mr. Cruz will be a big help to my administration in the US Senate, as will Mr.Rubio.” Nothing else needs to be said. Mr. Trump needs to get back on message! Make America Great again!! Pound that and nothing but that. If all the media has is that, then they can’t do anything against him with his own words.

    Otherwise, I feel like I’m watching Herman Cain, Newt Gingrich, and that other guy (actor, can’t remember his name) all over again.

    The media wants blood, Give them Hell instead with “Let’s make America Great again!!!”

    Nothing else needs to be said, in my opinion.

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    • Zzschnops says:

      it only takes one person to change things. Donald Trump is that man.

      Sue their assets off !!

      It’s about time to fight instead of turning the other cheek. Eye for an eye, like he told BOR

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      • BiggBear says:

        I’m sorry, but that will play right into their hands. Lawsuits like that do nothing but waste money and time.

        End run, I say! Go around them. MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!!

        IMMIGRATION
        DEFENSE
        THE STUPIDITY OF THIS ADMINISTRATION
        THE IDIOCY OF THE DEMOCRAT PARTY

        That will be enough to get to the White House.

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        • Zzschnops says:

          Really. That is what half this nation is in favor of.
          Life,fortune and sacred honor.
          Fight

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        • LaVonne says:

          All I have to say the only thing we have to fear is fear itself. So you are saying we should just let the corruption go unnoticed. Sheesh that is why we are in the mess we are in. It is time we stand up and be counted and do the right thing. We have been wanting a fighter for a long time. So no Let Trump be Trump. You sound like all you do is get your information from the lame stream media and that includes Rush Levin and especially Beck! Have you ever listened to his rally’s or watched his press conferences? None is so blind as one who will not see.

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        • except Ted Cruz the lying piece of shit will just echo everything that Trump says and then talk about how Trump supports Obamacare which is an outright lie.

          When lying pieces of shit steal all your policy positions and then begin slandering you publically. You need to fight back. Ted Cruz is a phony piece of dogshit.

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        • Let’s just cut the crap Bear.

          You don’t even use your real name nor your photo. You know nothing of what it means to STAND. And you started your sentence with “I’m sorry” which negates your entire argument.

          Forgiven🙂

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      • Zzschnops says:

        I lived through WWII. Got no time for pacifists or religious objectors.

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      • annieoakley says:

        I agree. No more Mr. Nice Guy. Used to think glenn beck was smart. Used to approve of Ted. I have met Trevor Loudin twice and respected him. This blind support of Teddy ruins all respect. It is more of the same thinking that got Barry elected.

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    • tappin52 says:

      If you are not willing to fight the corruption head-on you will never defeat it. This country has been excusing away law breaking for too long. It is time to call an illegal act what it is and demand that those who are responsible endure the consequences. Enough with the wishy-washy attitude toward flaunting the rules! Follow the dang law.

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    • Toronto Tonto says:

      LEAVE TEDNEY ALONE!

      Liked by 1 person

    • dakotacav says:

      AGREE with you. I don’t see how Trump is helping himself by going on all over Twitter about how Cruz stole the Iowa election. In my opinion it negates his graciousness in defeat on Monday and makes him look like a sore loser. Besides, I believe that this sort of thing serves only to assist the odious Rubio and the GOPe. This is not to say that Trump should ignore this, but in reality, Cruz had his day in the sun already, and unless he continues to be a factor in NH, which I doubt seriously, my suggestion would be for Trump to studiously ignore Cruz and his corrupt organization unless and until Cruz continues to remain a factor.

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      • annieoakley says:

        Because it is wrong. It violates all kinds of laws intended to prevent circumvention of the will of THE PEOPLE. Do you really think anyone (conservative for lack of a better word) wanted Bob Dole to run against Bill the rapist Clinton’s second term? The people of this country haven’t Chosen who we want on either side since Reagen.

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    • Who the heck cares what the media is saying about him? They’ve said much worse for him speaking the truth the past 7 months. There is never foolery if a person is standing on the truth. Only if the person was lying.

      I tell you what WOULD be humiliation: if Trump just took it in the rump and went on like nothing happened and did nothing about being raped in Iowa and continued statewide to let them rob him state by state in election fraud.

      How could anyone feel like a fool if they are doing what’s right? If Trump was not cheated then your argument would be sound. But Trump WAS cheated so it is not.

      At first Trump wanting to close the borders they screamed “don’t say that, you’ll look like a racist.” Trump chose speaking the truth over worrying about what liars think of him.

      Trump must speak the truth even if it appears to them at first like sour grapes. The Carson cheating blows any of that away.

      No one every wins a fight flinching at the site of every single fiery arrow come their way. They keep their shield of truth up and let the fiery arrow hit the shield. Trump must put these killers on notice like a BOSS.

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    • DaveNY says:

      Trump is taking on corruption just too bad for ?cruz? that became the poster child after his tricks in Iowa. To me it is a two-fer. Fight corruption and finish ?cruz? off.

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    • Linden says:

      You are exactly right, Trump is hurting himself by making this Iowa vote thing about HIM. If he mentions it, it should be about Carson and how it was unfair to HIM. Then Trump becomes the man who will fight against injustice to the smaller man, as a matter of principle, and the common man can see that when T. becomes prez, he will do the same for the average Joe. To me it about him (Trump) makes him look petty and distracted.

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  3. Miss America says:

    BiggBear, if you feel that way then I think you do not understand the appeal of Mr. Donald Trump.

    Trump is drawing huge crowds and dominating the polls because he is taking on the Medusa–the corrupt media, the big government, the big banks, the fraud, the lies, the deception, the cheating….

    We the people have not had anyone consistently willing to take it all on and tell it like it is. Mr. Trump is doing so, at great personal risk to himself.

    He is my hero.

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    • BiggBear says:

      I’m old enough to know what I’m talking about. I worked for the Reagan Campaign in 1980. Silence from Mr. Trump about this will go a long way. Trust me.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Zzschnops says:

        Carp. I worked for the Nixon campaign. The FIRST on, against Kennedy.if you won’t fight go to Canada.

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        • Zzschnops says:

          Makes e o angry I can’t type.

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        • dakotacav says:

          I disagree with the dismissive snark about BiggBear’s concerns, which I believe are well founded. Cruz already hit his peak with the “win” in Iowa. If I were Trump I wouldn’t dignify his campaign by paying any more attention to him. I think that this will turn off Cruz voters which I believe that we still want in Trump’s camp, don’t we?

          Plus, the attention should be focusing on the TRUE enemy: the GOPe, and their current stalking horse, Rubio. Leave the Cruz disaster-of-a-campaign alone. It already appears that the FEC is going after him, plus lawsuits on residency, etc. It seems a little beneath Trump to be evidencing so much concern about Cruz and looking like a sore loser.

          I’ll admit that I have been too busy to listen in to his latest rallies this week, so maybe my concerns are overblown, but if I were advising him, I would tell him to drop Cruz like a hot rock.

          Yes, I too have been involved in campaigns for many years🙂

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          • singtune says:

            At this time we ONLY have ONE Choice, if we want to remain “”Sovereign & abide by the “Constitution”~! Trump is the ONLY “Nationalist”, ~~Running for President,~~ on both sides of the Aisle~!

            We Need him to be Strong & we Need to back Trump in that~! I am 78 & Remember that other time, ~~ but NOW it is Different. We all Must ALL Back TRUMP & Fight for “Our Country”~~ with him~!

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          • Wow – are Dakotacav and BiggBear working together? This is what my husband and I used to do at parties – double-teamed our verbal opponents. They couldn’t keep up with us! Treepers are smarter than our verbal opponents were!

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          • cozette says:

            Trump does need to bring it up to put Team Cruz on notice. He got all the media to cover it so they’ll be watching Ted closely from mm now on. Trump did frame it as Bens votes were stolen. Finally, Ted has the dirtiest oprration in the game. They are already pulling dirty tricks in SC. Trumps efforts may make it harder on Ted to get away with it this time.

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      • Justme77 says:

        Any other time, yes. But these times are different.

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      • You sound like an upstanding Trump supporter.
        One of the things I read, people near trump say.

        Let Trump be Trump. So far it’s worked pretty good. Have faith in our glorious leader.

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      • singtune says:

        I am 78 & have been around a Long time~ & ~ have voted since 1960! We need to Fight for what is Right~~not Hunker down in FEAR~!

        TRUMP has taken this Fight on for US~~! We NEED to Support Trump~! We Also need to let “Trump BE Trump”~~!

        No I DO NOT TRUST what you say BiggBear~~I was here for that campaign too~! You are INCORRECT~!

        STRENGTH Gives us PEACE & A Sovereign America, that Abides by the Constitution ONCE AGAIN~!

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        • dakotacav says:

          this discussion has nothing at all to do with hunkering down in fear. It has to do with conducting a winning campaign without coming off as a petulant, sore loser. Cruz has already seen his 15 minutes of fame in Iowa. I would expect him to fade from view naturally without ANY help from Trump pushing him over the cliff. All this seems to be a waste of time without an upside. The focus needs to be on RUBIO, not Cruz, who is already dead and gone from the race now that Iowa is in the rear view mirror…

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          • keebler AC says:

            Mitt Romney did not challenge the fraudulent 2012 results, nor could he perhaps due to an agreement, but I don’t see how allowing voter fraud to continue without naming its name helps us in the long run. Maybe Rubio is the next challenger but calling fraud out helps to deter it in the future, no thanks to Romney who was more interested in “preserving his reputation” than help Americans.

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          • I must be right. The recurrent, underlying theme of both BB and Dakotacav seems to be, “Leave Cruz alone! Stop hitting him!” Interesting, eh?

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            • dakotacav says:

              Maybe we could do without the conspiracy theories and trolling accusations. I can’t speak for BB because I don’t know him or her, but I proceed on the presumption that all commenters here are in the tank for DJT. I know that I am.

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            • cozette says:

              Breitbart is owned by Mercer, a big Cruz backer, who gave Ted all his creepy voter profile technology.

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    • BiggBear says:

      The UK Daily Mail reports a half-empty arena in Little Rock. Two months ago it would have been full. Now, it’s possible that because it started an hour and a half late, that may have had something to do with the empty seats, I don’t know. But, unless Mr. Trump gets back on the message at the beginning, the crowds will dwindle. I telling you, this IS going to happen unless he gets back on message. Also look for the polls to change. Why? He is being portrayed by the media and others as petulant, silly, and foolish. And the portrayal is starting to stick. I’m sorry, but it is.

      All of this started when he decided that he had to attack the other candidates. He did not need to do that. He needed to stay on the original message.

      Please, Mr. Trump, GET BACK ON THE ORIGINAL MESSAGE AND STICK TO IT!! You WILL win if you do that, sir.

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    • annieoakley says:

      I agree. Mr. Trump does not need us. He is set and his children and grandchildren are more or less set. Donald J.Trump is enduring this because he wants the average Joe the Plumber to have a chance to succeed.

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  4. BiggBear says:

    And one other thing, I’m not saying everybody should shut up about Mr. Cruz. Just Mr.Trump. There are ways to do this without Mr. Trump saying a word about it.

    Liked by 2 people

    • SharonKinDC says:

      I look forward to seeing your campaign for POTUS. Let us know when you’re running.

      Liked by 3 people

    • LaVonne says:

      Big bear. We will not be silenced! Trump will not back off of Cruz. You are beginning to sound like a concerned Trol!

      Liked by 2 people

      • dakotacav says:

        I don’t think it’s wise to resort to this kind of accusation just because you don’t happen to agree with someone. Better would be to justify your position with some cogent argument on strategy or something. Trump does needs to back off Cruz🙂

        The enemy of Trump is now and has always been the GOPe. They are done using Cruz now, unless they can get him to get inside Trump’s head, which appears to be happening now. The GOPe is moving on now to RUBIO, which is where the attention needs to go (besides, of course on DJT’s own plan to Make America Great Again).

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        • If Trump backs off the cheating aspect he’s in trouble and they will continue to bully he state by state. It is not good for Trump to remain silent. Cruz stole and election. I realize that the past 8 years of Obama has created an atmosphere of apathy and subdued men into rolling with every injustice that comes their way, but those days are over now.

          Should a rape victim be silent? A theft is a theft. A crime has been committed against Trump and against Carson to make that crime happen. If a person allows a bully to continue to punch them in the face, they will continue to be punched in the face.

          Trump must fight. Trump must sound the alarm and rectify this Iowa cheating and put them all on notice that it is not going to happen in New Hampshire nor any other states.

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          • gainny says:

            Absolutely.

            I closely followed the Democrat primaries and caucuses. Massive cheating, bullying, rewriting the rules on the fly. It ended with an aborted roll call vote in Denver—Hillary surrendered. So now when I get phone calls asking me to support Hillary16, I say, “She wouldn’t fight for herself, so how could she fight for me?”

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          • dakotacav says:

            You are right that he should fight this, and I didn’t want to suggest that it be ignored altogether. It would be nice to have Carson, the one most affected, be the one sounding the loudest alarm, so as not to give the media the red meat they are looking for anyway (e.g.Trump is out of control…).

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        • JSBachLover says:

          Agree with you and BiggBear. Trump is right about Cruz; he is a fraudster. But Trump himself shouldn’t be the one saying it. He should use a spokesperson if saying anything at all about it. He IS coming off to many as a sore loser. The candidate himself just can’t t go there without a lot of negative fall-out.

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          • k9puppy says:

            Three people that I brought to the Trump camp now are now emailing and calling telling me they are sick of his games, twitter rants, and whining. They tell me he needs to grow up etc.

            I agree, Trump needs to go after Cruz, just find a different method and tactic.

            The problem is that so many people for whatever the reason, do not read, research, for themselves. They lead busy lives and go by the soundbites of the day and form their opinions from whatever is being fed to them.

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            • annieoakley says:

              They need to stop being influenced by the soundbite of the day. Do they ever look at the Stock Market? Do they see our Border Patrol standing down? Do they hear the POTUS making excuses for Islam terrorizing the entire civilized world? Trump is the only one addressing ANY problem. Cruz is playing games and Donald Trump is smart to call him ot.

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          • Linden says:

            People follow T. because he can be THEIR champion, NOT HIS OWN. The minute that people think that this outrage is about HIM, all is lost. People don’t like a sore loser, they want someone who will FIGHT FOR THE MANAGER from a position of strength and honor, not pettiness. It’s a fine line.

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    • DaveNY says:

      I see no reason for Trump to let up at all.

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    • singtune says:

      I disagree with what you are saying~! I did not mean to like your post. I wished to reply & hit the wrong Spot.

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    • Bear,
      You may not be aware of the advice from the anti-fraud experts that are urging Trump to be as loud and vocal about it. In fact, it is the only way to put Washington elite and other killers on NOTICE. Covert operations are good if you are the cheater, but not usually if you are the cheated and blowing the cheater’s cover will be beneficial. THAT’S WHY PEOPLE HAVE LOUD BARKING DOGS FOR PROTECTION🙂

      Crimes committed in secret are easier to get away with.

      Last Minute Warning to Presidential Campaigns – Iowa Caucus 2016
      Published on Jan 31, 2016

      Last Minute Warning to All Presidential Campaigns issued on Jan 31, 2016 — 1 day before the Iowa Caucus, Feb 1, 2016. A Poison Pill has been introduced to the Iowa Caucus via invisible “votes” (without a paper trail on Iowa Caucus day 2016) “tabulated” on the Microsoft Cloud. — And CNN Anchor John Berman says on Air that the Media is pushing Rubio — and the Bernie Sanders Campaign is doing it exactly right — each of his supporters at the 1650+ caucuses have apps to report in to Sanders HQ to compare what they actually see at the local level vs. what the State Party HQs publish. At least the Rand Paul and Trump campaigns are watching the vote at all the local caucuses — but have not announced so publicly. Look for more videos at Watch the Vote about the secret, easily rigged computer counts coming in NH, SC and Super Tuesday. At the top of OpenLetterToDonaldTrump.com at top for the article by Lori Stacey and the youtube interview it links to which explains a lot.

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    • keebler AC says:

      People only hear when Trump speaks.

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  5. Brian L says:

    Absolutely no way that this wasn’t planned out before the caucuses. This was a calculated maneuver on Cruz’s part.

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  6. Zzschnops says:

    I will voluntarily leave the arena.

    Good night

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  7. zadatn says:

    I copied this comment from BigDaddy63 over at Karl Denninger’s blog at The Market Ticker. He had posted Bill Still’s video too. But this comment is so good, I wanted to spread it.

    Thank you PIKA… I told you folks yesterdat that Cruz was doing illegal and immoral tricks to steal the Iowa caucus. People need to google and see how he came to power in TX under the watch of GW Bush. The man is pure sleazeball. When he was a private attorney in TX he represented the biggest scumbags on earth, even Chinese companies that stole blueprints for tires from a US company.

    http://www.burntorangereport.com/diary/1….

    Talk to any GOP Congressman- they all despise him. Wonder why even his “friends” like Lee haven’t endorsed him? They know his “I am hoier than though” is all BS.

    And notice how he is using an Illinois Board of Elections decision as proof he is eligible? That isn’t a Court ruling. That is the same as when they ruled Obama was eligible. Illinios- the same State where the last 4 governors all are in jail, indicted, or resigned.

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  8. Ted Cruz should lose his delegates. I was blocked by Dan Gabriel on twitter today for putting out too much information on him lol. Before all this I didn’t even realize he followed me and didn’t make the connection, but once I did it was on. If the RNC or State of Iowa doesn’t take Trump seriously I hope he sues!

    “If the ploy caused Cruz to gain just 4 votes in each Republican precinct, it was the margin of his victory over second-place Donald Tru mp.” http://dailym.ai/208qETG

    Ted Cruz’s PR Guy Who Slanders Trump for Carson Lie is Founder of Shilling Company

    Dan Gabriel is the founder of Applied Memetics, LLC and also happens to be an ex-CIA counter terrorism officer. His company has been hired by the US Army in the past, and has ties to George Soros, although somewhat distant. More…
    http://www.impulsetoday.com/breaking-ted-cruzs-pr-guy-who-slanders-trump-for-carson-lie-is-founder-of-shilling-company/

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  9. DaveNY says:

    Excerpt from
    “It’s been my contention for some time that Cruz can’t win because he is ineligible – see some of my other posts, which are full of actual arguments for which there is no answer. Now I suspect that an even greater weakness is his contempt for the intelligence of others which allows him to lie so easily. In addition to being overbearing and nasty, Ted is reflexively dismissive. But he won’t dismiss this issue too easily: his campaign tried to rig an election with lies. Trump needs to hammer him and keep hammering him. Ted Cruz can’t be allowed anywhere near the oval office. This week we got another disgusting example of why he is so thoroughly hated.”

    Full article here: http://www.trumpstrategy.com/2016/02/cruzs-latest-lies-and-why-they-matter.html

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    • Cruz did not “try” to rig this election with lies, Cruz DID rig this election with lies. Only changing 4 votes per precinct would be enough for him to make Trump loose and give Cruz the win. Trump won Iowa and Cruz stole it from him.

      Cruz committed FRAUD and it is a class D FELONY IN IOWA. And it was not just his team that did it, he KNEW. That “I didn’t know” bullshevik doesn’t fly and we are all on to him. I didn’t know I was a Canadian citizen, I didn’t know I forgot to mention my banks, I didn’t know, didn’t know, didn’t know.

      Thanks to Cruz he just changed the entire narrative of the debate for Trump and it’s ON. And Trump supporters have never been stronger. For the first time we have a presidential candidate that fights for his rights and for us. Ron Paul tried in the past but didn’t have the money and didn’t have the fight.

      Godspeed Trump!

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    • Mike says:

      Canadian-Cuban Ted. Too conveniently cute.

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  10. Mr. Izz says:

    I think Trump needs to find a way to keep bringing this up… over and over and over. The media has already swept it under the rug. To them, this is nothing. To (most) of the American public, this kind of unethical behavior Cruz is using as a tactic makes them angry. People don’t like to lose, and they especially don’t like to lose when they feel that they have been cheated.

    For those who think Trump should be quiet, would Hillary be quiet in the general election? Would the media? Would Cruz get away with this stuff against the MSM and Democrat nominee? You can bet he wouldn’t. The more and more Trump talks about this, the more and more people are going to be talking about it. If not for people constantly bringing up Hillary’s emails, would the media be speculating about an indictment? Heck no.

    The media does not work the way it should (or the way we want it to). The more exposure this scandal gets, the more Cruz will be stuck trying to defend it instead of pushing forward more of his lies (Trump is all for Obamacare? Really?). If liars and cheats don’t get exposed and punished, then how do you expect them to run our government?

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    • The GOP debate is in a few days. Trump will bring it up in front of 24 MILLION viewers you can best bet that.

      Trump is fuming and shocked and disgusted and he is not going to let this go. In fact, it will only get worse. Trump knows that he came in first place, he knows all those entrance polls said they were all there for Trump. Trump hasn’t brought up Rubio (to my knowledge, perhaps he has?) but he has sure brought up Cruz.

      And what’s even better is Trump brought up how Ted preaches God whilst being a cheater. Cruz did NOT win Iowa.

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      • dakotacav says:

        Who cares about Cruz at this point? Rubio is the one to focus on. Cruz is DONE now that Iowa is over with. To read comments here is to think that the focus must remain on skirmishes that already happened and are toatally unlikely to reoccur. I’m having a difficult time seeing how this is useful.

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        • AmyB says:

          This isn’t just about Cruz. It’s about all of those so called conservative pundits who are trying to tear down Trump by pushing Cruz as the only candidate who is worthy of a vote – namely Mark Levin. If Cruz can be proven to be the lying and unprincipled snake I believe him to be then what does that say about Levin?

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          • Curry Worsham says:

            Yes. It’s not about Cruz. But it’s also about taking a stand. Trump uses his own record (i.e. spend less – get more) as an example of what we can do as a country. He says he will take on corruption, fraud and abuse. By calling out the Cruz campaign for cheating he is showing us what he will do as president on a larger scale. I would expect no less of him.
            Give ’em hell, Trump.

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        • Martin says:

          Good grief.

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        • Linden says:

          The larger issue, made crystal clear by the Vote2016 video, is the systematic fraud being perpetrated by the technology brought in. That, with no voter ID in some states, and massive Dim vote fraud in some states like FL (think absentee voting), is a huge concern. Trump should pivot from fraud by the candidates to the larger issue of overall vote fraud, and commend organizations like True The Vote, who are doing great work and for which we cannot all do some work.

          In FL, we were not allowed to purge our voter rolls, so God knows how many dead people, etc. will show up! In 2012, I was overseeing the recounts/remarking of defective absentee ballots and saw some CORRECTED ballots being thrown in the trash, and I suspect it was the ones marked “Romney” for Prez, with all Dime on the down ticket. Our cowardly Sosa would not prosecute the fraud. Also, authorized poll watchers were thrown out of precincts during voting by Dim election tons people, so they couldn’t see the fraud.

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          • dakotacav says:

            You are correct to talk about the larger voter fraud issue. I have personally seen voter fraud committed by dem operatives in CA. Not sure how they manipulate the electronic voter machines, but I have certainly seen it by combining “absentee” with “provisional” voting. First overt act is to sign up everyone to vote (no ID required), then provide absentee ballot request, then revisit on Election Day and escort the voter to the polls to case a “provisional” ballot on the ruse that the absentee voter may have “misplaced” his or her ballot and not mailed it in…

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      • Mike says:

        One can clearly hear “what difference does it make” playing in Cruz’s meme.

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  11. NYGuy54 says:

    Wow…Anderson Cooper is blasting the Cruz Communications Director Rick Tyler. I mean tearing him up. Not spending one second talking about the Cruz victory – basically calling Cruz a liar to Rick Tyler’s face. I just want to repeat- they spent not one second talking about the Cruz victory. Mona Charon tried to offer a lame “pox on all their houses but mostly Trump” excuse but Copper blew right through that. Pretty wild.

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  12. Here’s another video by Bill Still, This one is SR#572 and covers Trump

    Still Report #572 – Trump: Redo Iowa Election

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  13. Gosh, I really don’t know how I missed this one, but here goes:

    CheaTED!

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  14. Another one I missed using projection for Ted Cruz. He screamed it from the senate floor at McConnel. Whether McConnel is a liar is immaterial. Ted’s screaming out LIAR was still projection, speaking whilst looking in a mirror.

    Remember when Cruz proclaimed who he is before the world?

    Ted yelled out “LIAR”

    He was telling us right then and there who he was.

    A big fat LIAR.

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  15. DaveNY says:

    Rove and BOR on ?cruz? Carson fraud and how it stole the win from Trump

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  16. DaveNY says:

    To all those “concerned” about Trump finishing ?cuz? off. I quote Sundance

    “This reality explains why Donald Trump must eliminate Ted Cruz, focusing on him intensely, if he is to defeat the larger GOPe scheme.”

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2016/02/03/rand-paul-and-rick-santorum-exit-presidential-race-roadmap-for-gope-is-going-along-as-planned/

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  17. k9puppy says:

    In the one video he seemed to be going off rather postal like. Kinda reminded me of Hillary when her panties get in a bunch. He grew up w/a father that was tortured, most people that have been tortured develop PTSD. There is a condition known as secondary PTSD aka those that live w/a person w/PTSD often develop the symptoms themselves. Just a comment is all I am saying.

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  18. iampatrickhenry says:

    Heres what Teds hiding, and who lberty hating American despising scumbags like dan p gabriel are working for.

    #WhatsTedHiding

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  19. geonderrico says:

    Good luck with Don making deals with his buddies, Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi and Mitch McConnell.

    Ted Cruz wants to defeat them, not make deals with them.

    Ted’s enemies and the ones who display so much hatred toward him have a vested interest in continuing the status quo we all recognize must end.

    You are going to be asked to come home to help save America.

    Ted is asking you to join us.

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  20. BiggBear says:

    So, here we are, all foaming at the mouth and raving maniacally about how “We wuz wronged!”. We can all convince each other that “We have the power to bring him DOWN!!” When the fact of the matter is, we here are a very small percentage of the population. Rush has 20+ million listeners. Even that is small potatoes compared to 350 million total population. When compared to Voters, it’s near 15 to 20%. If Rush is starting to say that Mr. Trump appears to him to be losing it, then you have a very great uphill climb to convince them otherwise.

    So, still, we want to storm the Bastille. Where is the Bastille in America? Who’s going to do it? We few? We happy few? Welcome to suicide city. The Media is laughing at us. They are laughing at Trump. He’s being portrayed as an idiot. This plays right into their hands.

    At first they couldn’t lay a glove on him because of what he was saying. It resonated. But there are a lot of people who still want a President who at least appears to be dignified. At first they thought they were getting dignity with Mr. Obama. (I know!) What we have going on here does not appear dignified. So, trust me, there are a lot who are changing their mind and looking elsewhere for what they want.

    All I have said is that Mr. Trump needs to stop SAYING what he’s saying. What he DOES is another matter. Actions in this area would be better served with silence on his part. It would appear to be more dignified.

    That is all I am saying.

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    • Linden says:

      I completely agree. His classy response the night of the Iowa results was applauded by all. He could have done his later statements about the fraud in a similar manner, without backing down, and it would have been statesman-like. Now, it looks like a circus, and the media will crucify him for it. AND PEOPLE WILL LISTEN.

      The voting public is fickle, especially with an unusual cabdidacy. They can turn on a dime. This is a critical point, and a new phase in the campaign. Trump had better learn to pivot, because the rallies are not going to be enough.

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  21. Brendan says:

    Dirty tricks? Like trying to create an impression in the voters’ minds that Cruz isn’t a natural born American and isn’t eligible to run? Heal thyself, turds.

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    • Cruz isn’t a Natural Born Citizen of the US. Cruz was born in Canada, he was not born in the US. He lived in Canada for the first four years of his life. He has a Canadian birth certificate. He does not have a US birth certificate.

      He was naturalized at birth through his mother’s US citizenship under our naturalization laws. He is a citizen because Congress wrote a law conferring citizenship on foreign born children of citizens. Naturalized citizens are not eligible for president.

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  22. Daz says:

    I can’t wait till SC, Trumps going to remind all the people of South Carolina, how Ted and his lackies lied and how the people of Iowa was in “voter’s violation” by the curz crew.

    I think Ted just killed his own campaign. Haha

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