Skip to comments.Myth Debunked: Cruz Is Not on the DC Madame List, You've Been Lied To
Posted on 04/06/2016 11:46:17 AM PDT by conservativejoy
Silly rumors are being spread about Ted Cruz with no proof to back them. This time the claims are that Ted Cruzs name appears on a secret list of clients of a D.C Madam from 30 years ago. Well, that has been 100% DEBUNKED!
The whole thing started when a lawyer who despises Ted Cruz threatened to release a list of clients phone records. The lawyer, Montgomery Blair Sibley, actually LOST his license for ridiculous stunts like this.
This is also the same lawyer who challenged Cruzs eligibility to run for president years ago saying,
Assuming Cruz is a citizen, and its not certain he is, under no circumstances is he a natural-born citizen, because his father was not an American citizen at the time of his birth,
It doesnt matter that he was born in Canada, Sibley continued, he would be ineligible to be president if was born on the Washington Monument, as long as he only had one parent who was a citizen.
Its safe to say that Sibley has had it out for Ted Cruz for years. Not to mention Sibley is actually mentally unstable. He claims to have software that would trigger a mass release of files within 72 hours to news outlets if he disappears. Yeah, THAT sounds like a guy we should believe.
As much as the liberal media, and certain Trump supporters, would love to say this story is true, it isnt. Ted Cruzs name does NOT appear on a client list.
The list, which the hacking group Anonymous claims to have released, doesnt have any names on it at all, it doesnt even have valid numbers to connect to Cruz. The ONLY thing the list shows is that someone called a number from Texas! THAT IS IT!
The Trump campaign has been trying to smear Ted Cruz with a sex scandal for weeks with absolutely ZERO proof to back their claims.
The website Cannonfire totally exposes how fraudulent these claims are by pointing out a few problems.
466-madam-call-list-940Some of the calls do indeed come from Texas. But so what? The list includes calls from all over the country. Why should we believe that the calls came from Ted Cruz? Look at the image (to your left): We do not even have the actual Texas number; all we have are numbers in DC and Maryland that some unknown party in Texas had called.
So far, the sex scandal is a list of calls from somewhere in Texas that have no connection to Ted Cruz whatsoever. I know facts dont matter to Cruz haters but in this case, they are pretty damn important.
Dont fall for liberal lies and please do the research before just believing everything you read on the internet.
Since the tabloid crapola is still being posted on FR, thought we needed the rebuttal.
I’m shocked, Larry Flint is such a trusted name in journalism.
If this article is so hilariously wrong about this claim (actually, the sex scandal stuff came from Rubio's people...and pretty much everybody knows it), then why would we take it seriously about anything else?
It’s amazing how much clout FR has given to these skanky tabloids...AMAZING!
Trump’s attitude is that if he doesn’t win, he’ll make sure no Republican wins.
Thanks, Skeeter. I hadn’t seen that article.
You hasve provided nothing to prove it isn’t on the DC Madams list.
Rubio’s folks must have had some rumors, but Trump is the only one with associates sleazy enough to get this crap published in his good friend’s tabloid. Still no proof, but Trump is always short on substance and long on B.S.
DC Madam? Is this the same thing as the Ashley Madison list?
Prove that your name isn’t on it 22 times.
I'm sure that's not the story the National Enquirer will be printing.
I don’t know, but from what I’ve been able to find, Cruz is not connected to that either.
NOOOOOO, it has to be true because...Trump.
Can you prove you're not on the list?
And Cruz is the only candidate sleazy enough to illegally coordinate with Super Pacs. I have every bit as much proof of that as you do that Trump is involved in the National Enquirer thing.
NE won’t print that. They will allude to it with qualifiers like “supposedly” “rumored to be”, etc. That is the only reason they haven’t been sued.
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