The New York Times, The Washington Post, Bloomberg News, Politico, and ABC News all knew about the allegations but refused to publish them. Breitbart also declined to run the story back in February.
On Friday, The Daily Beast reported Cruz rival Marco Rubio may be responsible. Rubio has his own problems. GOP insiders reportedly confirmed he was a “very extroverted homosexual” in the 1990s.
Then there is Hillary Clinton. So far she has escaped having to answer for the email scandal. The Justice Department has refused to act. Obama spokesman Josh Earnest said it’s no big deal. The FBI has enough evidence to move on a prosecution, but nothing is happening. “It will never get to an indictment,” former Inspector General Howard J. Krongard told the New York Post in February.
For a national media interested in tawdry celebrity gossip and sex scandals the mishandling of classified information is pretty mundane stuff. It’s true an extramarital affair destroyed the political career of Democrat John Edwards, but that only happened after Edwards admitted the affair and said he fathered Rielle Hunter’s child. Cruz has so far denied the accusations. He blames Donald Trump for the rumor.
Our rulers long ago decided Teflon Hillary will be the one to sit in the White House and continue the Obama agenda, which is a continuation of the Bush agenda that he inherited from Bill Clinton, a sexual predator who has yet to answer for his behavior. Clinton was impeached for lying under oath, not molesting and raping women.
Not only did Hillary cover for him, but the corporate media did as well, most recently in January when NBC refused to do a story on Juanita Broaddrick, the Arkansas woman who says Bill Clinton raped her in 1978. The wife of a former Federal Reserve boss, Andrea Mitchell, dismissed the possibility of a story. She said there wasn’t “anything new” to report.
It remains to be seen if Ted Cruz will get a free pass. He is not the preferred choice of the financial elite and their handpicked political class. GOP apparatchiks wanted Jeb Bush to take the nomination, but push come to shove they will go with Cruz despite his phony tea party rhetoric. His wife is, after all, a Goldman Sachs insider and a CFR member. The political class will do just about anything to make sure Donald Trump does not get the nomination.
It doesn’t seem likely the Cruz sex scandal will blow over anytime soon. #CruzSexScandal is now trending on Twitter. Before the internet, the corporate media squashed stories with ease. The rules changed when Matt Drudge reported the Monica Lewinsky scandal and Republicans decided to use it to take down Democrat Bill Clinton.