Did The Paul Ryan For President Campaign Leak The Information About Cruz And The DC Madam?
Everyone's going to think it was Trump, right? I mean, it was certainly Trump who got his pal Pecker to run the National Enquirer piece Rubio had been unsuccessfully shopping around for months that claimed Cruz had had affairs with at least 6 women (nearly as many as Rubio's had). But the sudden revelation that of the old DC Madam phone numbers include Ted Cruz's phone number did not-- we've been told confidentially-- come from anyone connected to Trump. My source, who I don't know well enough to vouch for, would only say it rhymes with Cruz's first name. I started guessing. Fred? "No." Jed? "No." Red... someone with red hair... ADAM PUTNAM! "No." Hillary? No. Dead... someone connected to the Grateful Dead? "No, Mr. Klein, you're barking up the wrong tree." Eventually I figured out I had Cruz's wrong first name. Not "Ted" but "Lyin" is what he was referencing. Ah ha! Lying', lyin'... RYAN! And he smiled and drove off.
Ryan is going to be able to dispose of Trump easily-- relatively easily-- at the Republican convention in Cleveland. That's been all gamed out already and the fix is in, totally in. But what to do about Cruz? Montgomery Blair Sibley, the DC Madam's attorney, who seems to be certifiably insane, says he's releasing the records as soon as Monday. And he has a "dead man switch," explained by Maddow in the video up top, that indicates that if Cruz has him murdered, the records automatically come out. The records, in other words, are already online. Looks like Anonymous may have found them buried online already though. A website called Superstation95.com published a picture of the phone numbers yesterday and identified several numbers as belonging to Ted Cruz. It certainly looks like Cruz, whose campaign is predicated on him being "Gods candidate," is-- at the very least-- in for a bumpy ride. Of course, that's what Ryan would have wanted. Ryan and just about every other establishment Republican inside the Beltway. I kept trying to figure out if McConnell rhymed with anything. Or Mitch.
The question now becomes, how many times did Ted Cruz's name and number appear in the DC Madam's records? With Ted Cruz playing the part of the devout Christian to woo Evangelical voters to his Presidential Campaign, his use of whores becomes particularly relevant to today's election campaign.