Kurt Nimmo | Infowars
Story may destroy Cruz’s five point lead over Trump in the Badger State.
The corporate media is finally following the Ted Cruz sex scandal. Infowars reported on the story last week.
The candidate’s phone number is reportedly included in the D.C. madam’s “black book” of clients from the 1990s. Cruz married his wife, Heidi, in 2001.
According to the Emerson College Polling Society Cruz is ahead of Donald Trump in Wisconsin, but only by a mere five points. The sex scandal story may diminish his lead and hand 18 delegates to Trump. The Wisconsin primary is less than 24 hours away.
During a town hall in Madison, Wisconsin, Cruz was asked by Megan Kelly of Fox News if he engaged in adultery.
“I have not. That attack was complete and utter garbage. It was complete lies. And it came from Donald Trump and his henchmen,” Cruz said. “Those reports, they’re not a little bit true, not slightly true.”
“It’s completely made-up nonsense. It’s simply not true. I have always been faithful to my wife. I love my wife. She’s my best friend in the world. This is the kind of garbage the Trump campaign engages in. You know why? Because they can’t debate substance,” Cruz said.
Ted Cruz’s name was found inside the black book of the D.C. Madam.
As the sex scandal emerged last week Cruz held a rally featuring the “strong women” in his life, including his wife, mother and former presidential candidate Carly Fiorina. After dropping out of the race Fiorina backed Cruz.
According to the Emerson poll, in hypothetical general election matchups Hillary Clinton beats both Trump and Cruz. John Kasich, however, beats Clinton.
Roger Stone believes Cruz is finished. He will be out of the race by April 26, according to the political consultant.
— Roger Stone (@RogerJStoneJr) April 4, 2016