Thursday, March 24, 2016

Ted Cruz Has Earned The Name Lyin Ted Cruz He's Done it About John Kasich

TED CRUZ LIES AGAIN Says Kasich May Not Be on Ballot in New York. A ‘Disturbing Pattern’ of ‘Untruthfulness’
Cruz and Kasich APPaul Sancya
Kasich spokesman Rob Nichols told Breitbart News exclusively on Tuesday night after reports surfaced that Cruz falsely said Kasich wouldn’t be on the ballot in the Empire State:
Look, we all saw what Ted Cruz’s people did to Dr. Carson in Iowa. And we also saw what they tried to say about us in Illinois suggesting we wouldn’t be on the Illinois ballot when we were in fact on the Illinois ballot. And now we’re seeing him and his people say that we’re not going to be on the ballot in New York when I am currently looking at a picture of the ballot in New York with John Kasich’s name on it. This is a disturbing pattern, we think this race should be above that and our campaign will never drop to this level of untruthfulness.
Nichols’ comments come in response to a report from The Daily Caller’s Kerry Picket that Cruz reportedly told a closed-door meeting of New York Republicans in Manhattan on Tuesday that Kasich may not make the ballot in the state.
“Attendee at Ted Cruz event said Cruz told them Kasich may not make NY ballot,” Picket Tweeted with a link to her article, which has since been updated to reflect that that it is untrue to say that Kasich won’t make the ballot in New York.
Attendee at Ted Cruz event said Cruz told them Kasich may not make NY ballot
— Kerry Picket (@KerryPicket) March 22, 2016
At private meeting with New York county GOP chairs, @TedCruz speculated @JohnKasich may not make the state's ballot …
4:28 PM - 22 Mar 2016
Sam Nunberg—a New York Republican who previously advised Donald Trump’s campaign and is now unaffiliated but attended the Cruz meeting in Manhattan—told Breitbart News that Cruz didn’t say what Picket reported he said, or at least not in that context.Nunberg said in a brief phone interview on Tuesday: 
I attended the meeting. Sen. Cruz said that by the time the primary reaches New York, Kasich will have been out of the race because he is going to lose Arizona, he is going to lose Utah, and he is going to lose Wisconsin. He will have no rationale to be in the race and therefore should not be in the primary any longer. He never said in that room that Kasich was not on the ballot. Perhaps they should worry about winning another state besides Ohio.
“It came in the context of that by New York it should be a two-man race,” Nunberg added.