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posted on Mar, 28 2016 @ 12:39 PM
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originally posted by: BlueAjah
Anti-Trump Operative Was AGGRESSIVELY Shopping Cruz Sex Scandal



Kirsten Powers told FOX News someone else who was anti-Cruz AND anti-Trump was shopping the story.


It seems as though Cruz is going to play the waiting game - Blame Trump and then wait to see how the wind blows. No law suit if it goes his way and so far it is... almost unanimously. Despite the overwhelming evidence that this story came form a source other than Trump, the narrative is still mainly about how bad Trump is for smearing the solid Christian Cruz and being nasty to his delightful wife.
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posted on Mar, 28 2016 @ 12:41 PM
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originally posted by: BlueAjah
Anti-Trump Operative Was AGGRESSIVELY Shopping Cruz Sex Scandal



Kirsten Powers told FOX News someone else who was anti-Cruz AND anti-Trump was shopping the story.


Who?

She needs to name names. Funny how the media is above peddling rumors except when they aren't.



posted on Mar, 28 2016 @ 12:42 PM
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originally posted by: BlueAjah
Anti-Trump Operative Was AGGRESSIVELY Shopping Cruz Sex Scandal



Kirsten Powers told FOX News someone else who was anti-Cruz AND anti-Trump was shopping the story.


There is really no room for doubt that the Cruz Sex Scandal research and media-shopping originated with Rubio's campaign.
Those who insist it was Trump...intentionally ignore the huge body of evidence over several months. Why do they ignore this fact?---because they're in so deep backing Cruz to stop Trump.



posted on Mar, 28 2016 @ 12:47 PM
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originally posted by: MotherMayEye

originally posted by: TheWhiteKnight
I am almost embarrassed for them. Embarrassed for the media. Every single lever they have pulled against Trump has backfired...



Trump has billed himself as anti-Establishment, a threat to the GOP, and as a candidate the media wants to bury.

How are the parties and media doing anything but helping plug Trump's image?


I ought to have added that in addition to feeling embarrassed for them, I fear too that I fear, for the media.
Then I remember the billion point six hollowpoints, and zion redcoat gang prowling the streets of the world.

But to answer your question, if they can make Cruz a creature who deserves your sympathy vote, then they can do almost anything. And that is what they are selling right now, a victory, a propaganda victory no matter what their home spy kinks and collars are reporting to them, and furiously being ripped from the tweet rosters! Just think about that. It means they will fix first the delegates, and next the votes.

Should Trump actually get through to the election, what on earth will happen should he actually not become (s)elected?

They have, trust me. It is all that they can think about until D-day.

Because, to quote a very famous signature:

Things were the way they were not the way you remember them.
Things are the way they are not the way you perceive them.
Things will be the way they will be not the way you foresee them.

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posted on Mar, 28 2016 @ 12:52 PM
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a reply to: TheWhiteKnight

No one feels sympathy for Cruz. He's been billed as an Establishment candidate.

All candidates are being marketed by the media with exactly the image the candidates and parties want.

The two parties are rigging this election and making the final result seem plausible for the talking heads to discuss when it's all over.

That's the way it was when Romney softballed on Benghazi. That's the way it was when McCain chose Palin as a running mate.
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posted on Mar, 28 2016 @ 01:04 PM
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a reply to: MotherMayEye

I love a good political conspiracy as much as anyone here...However,
Trump is in this election to WIN. He does not play to lose...and he certainly would not intentionally lose the world's greatest contest on the world's greatest stage.

The idea that he would forever be called the big loser in the biggest challenge of his life...to someone like Hillary Clinton...would be abhorrent to him...and his ego.

His brand as a winner is too important to him...Trump doesn't play to lose...He's in it to win it.



posted on Mar, 28 2016 @ 01:09 PM
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The real disservice here is that how media is directing the discussion: who put the story out first and if Trump can be blamed or not, while what they should actually be doing, as journalists, is getting off their collective asses and investigating to determine if the adultery allegations are true. I guess we should be used to this by now, but it doesn't mean we have to accept it.



posted on Mar, 28 2016 @ 01:13 PM
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a reply to: IAMTAT

What if he can win by losing?

There's a lot of money and power at stake if Congress is corrupt enough. And they are.

People always talk about how power-hungry Hillary is, too. But, in 2008, the DNC Rules & Bylaws committee took 600,000 votes cast for Hillary Clinton in Michigan and just handed them to Obama. She reserved the right to contest that but then just rolled over and got on board with Obama. She even won the popular vote and still she rolled over to drag Obama across the finish line.

Trump could win by losing. Besides, if it looks like the GOP screwed him over, then he doesn't wind up looking like a loser, at all.

ETA: Keep in mind, there could be $18 trillion in American tax dollars at stake and unprecedented power for the federal government. I can see how Trump might be able to benefit greatly from that in ways that we would never even know about.

Also, remember how Trump helped tank the Reform party, in 2000, helping make sure that GWB won in Florida by a mere 537 votes? I think Trump's record says he plays along with 'The Establishment.'


ETA, again: And I think it's important to throw out the 'images' the media and candidates are marketing. Look at the records of these two parties -- they work together to screw U.S. taxpayers, all the time. The evidence says that the images we are fed are not reality. The two parties are in collusion and I have to believe that includes Trump.
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posted on Mar, 28 2016 @ 01:25 PM
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a reply to: MotherMayEye

No...Being perceived by the world as the loser is more abhorrent to Trump, than secretly being patted on the back by the universally perceived winner.



posted on Mar, 28 2016 @ 01:28 PM
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I can only imagine how big of a pervert Cruz is.



posted on Mar, 28 2016 @ 01:30 PM
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originally posted by: IAMTAT
a reply to: MotherMayEye

No...Being perceived by the world as the loser is more abhorrent to Trump, than secretly being patted on the back by the universally perceived winner.


Well, I certainly don't believe he would agree to simply a pat on the back.



posted on Mar, 28 2016 @ 01:51 PM
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originally posted by: IAMTAT
a reply to: MotherMayEye

I love a good political conspiracy as much as anyone here...


I know that no one knows the things that I know. But here's where I am at: A few years ago, I took a good long look at the 2000 and 2004 elections and the voting reforms spurred by them. What I found is that through those reforms -- sold as 'good for voters' -- the election systems in Florida and Ohio could have very easily been seized. Control the outcomes in those two swing states and it's easy to rig the entire enchilada.

Case in point, Ohio. One of Ohio's election reforms, after the 2004 election mess, came through a lawsuit that ACORN filed on behalf of two women against republican SOS Ken Blackwell: Harkless v. Blackwell

In a nutshell, these are the facts that led to the case: Carrie Harkless and Tameca Mardis were upset that when they went to the Ohio Department for Jobs and Family Services (ODJFS) for their scheduled visit with their worker, they were not offered the chance to register to vote and there were no voter registration forms in the office.

So, ACORN became involved and began sending Ken Blackwell a few warnings that it was his duty to make sure all the ODJFS offices in the state had voter registration forms. He didn't respond. Finally, they warned him he would be facing a lawsuit if he did not make sure every office had the forms. And he didn't respond. So, ACORN made a few surprise visits to several ODJFS, and found there were no voter registration forms, on hand, so they filed a lawsuit on behalf of Harkless and Mardis. ALL BLACKWELL HAD TO DO WAS TELL THE PERSON WORKING UNDER HIM TO MAKE IT HAPPEN. But he ignored it, instead.

Anyway, the final ruling on that case led to voter registration reform whereby now all of ODJFS recipients are asked whether they want to register to vote -- or not -- and their signature is collected either way…

…and then all the information is stored in a centralized database.

*ahem* This is the same database -- the ODJFS database -- that was breached during the 2008 election to smear that guy, 'Joe the Plumber,' when someone from the Obama campaign accessed his child support records. An Ohio democrat official took the fall for it and was fired. I am sure Obama did not want anyone looking too closely at how he got the dirt on Joe the Plumber.

That said, the database is breachable and accessible to people who may want to punish political enemies and win elections.


So, now Ohio has this huge breachable database regarding the voter registration of the states' most impoverished, 'in need' citizens.

And consider this, Ohio's voter ID laws allow a person to present a government check or other government correspondence with a current address as proof of ID -- including mail FROM THE ODJFS.

***

If the two parties have schemed together make the election 'riggable,' and I believe they have, then all they would need to do is make sure the results look plausible.

Trump came out swinging on immigration. GWB only won Florida by a mere 537 votes, in 2000. Florida's hispanic population has grown by 50% since then. I can hear the talking heads now explain why Florida didn't go to Trump.

***

Anyway, I know not everyone has taken a look at all the election reforms that have taken place from the perspective of the two parties working together to hijack our votes. But I have and I feel confident that this election is a foregone conclusion and the two parties just have to make it look plausible.


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posted on Mar, 28 2016 @ 01:58 PM
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This thread is realllly drifting the last couple of pages.

The subject is the CRUZ sex scandal, who leaked it, etc. and possibly Trump's reaction/blame, etc.
There are lots of other threads for all of this other election stuff.

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posted on Mar, 28 2016 @ 02:01 PM
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originally posted by: BlueAjah
This thread is realllly drifting the last couple of pages.

The subject is the CRUZ sex scandal, who leaked it, etc. and possibly Trump's reaction/blame, etc.
There are lots of other threads for all of this other election stuff.


I think it's completely on-topic to discuss WHAT the scandal means in the scheme of the election.

It's a scandal. Someone planted it and they planted it for some purpose. Why are you so dead-set against discussing that part of it?

ETA: Or is just me that cannot discuss what it means because I am not in a big Trump circle-jerk?



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posted on Mar, 28 2016 @ 02:06 PM
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a reply to: MotherMayEye

Sorry, but I was not seeing that. I was checking back when I saw new posts, and often it seems to be about other things rather than this topic

No offense
, just trying to keep a long thread, with possibly a long future, from drifting off course.



posted on Mar, 28 2016 @ 02:08 PM
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originally posted by: BlueAjah
a reply to: MotherMayEye

Sorry, but I was not seeing that. I was checking back when I saw new posts, and often it seems to be about other things rather than this topic

No offense
, just trying to keep a long thread, with possibly a long future, from drifting off course.


Ok, I am sorry I took it personally.



posted on Mar, 28 2016 @ 02:37 PM
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originally posted by: mkultra11
The real disservice here is that how media is directing the discussion: who put the story out first and if Trump can be blamed or not, while what they should actually be doing, as journalists, is getting off their collective asses and investigating to determine if the adultery allegations are true. I guess we should be used to this by now, but it doesn't mean we have to accept it.


Agree. Which makes me think they just want Trump supporters to feel exasperated and keep them hanging on for proof they never intend to go after.

They won't even reveal the name of said anti-Trump/anti-Cruz person who was supposedly behind shopping this story out...even though 'they' (Kirsten Powers) claims to know of this person.

The media is cruel to Trump supporters -- no doubt -- even if I believe they 100% support the image Trump is marketing.



posted on Mar, 28 2016 @ 02:59 PM
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originally posted by: IAMTAT
I think bringing her kids into this on Twitter..is disgusting.
I don't know if these actually are her kids...but, regardless...Off Limits!


Completely disagree. Its 100% relevant to what's going on.

ETA: I'll drop a few more crumbs since nobody else seems to be contributing. Ya'll get what you deserve. Most of the real discussion is happening elsewhere.
imgur.com...


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posted on Mar, 28 2016 @ 03:21 PM
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This looks so staged. Sorry, but that's what my gut says. The whole scandal seems staged to make both Cruz and Trump look bad.

Who do they look bad in comparison to?

The democrats.



posted on Mar, 28 2016 @ 03:24 PM
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I've seen all of those photos on Twitter #cruxsexscandal...and all very telling.

I hadn't seen the comparison towards locating the correct hotel--but good work, somebody...I have to point out that the absence of the wedding ring, may have to do with the fact that she's holding the phone in her right hand...and taking a photo in the mirror.
Those are definitely condoms.



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