Late last week, presidential politics were rocked after an explosive report claimed Sen. Ted Cruz engaged in extra-marital affairs numerous women. Cruz has vehemently denied the allegations while blaming Donald Trump and his “henchmen,” including Roger Stone, but Stone broke his silence on the matter and explained why Cruz hasn’t threatened legal action.
If you’ve been following the story, you know that Cruz has relentlessly tried to pin the story from the National Enquirer on Trump, even though many, many sources have debunked the myth and instead named the Marco Rubio campaign as the culprit.
Check out a Friday interview from Cruz below:
On Sunday, Roger Stone was interviewed by AM 970 radio, and not only did he deny any involvement in the scandal, he explained why he believes Cruz hasn’t mention a lawsuit – because the allegations are true.
Check it out:
“Again, why won’t he sue. It won’t cost him anything, he’s a lawyer himself… To be absolutely clear, Ted Cruz won’t sue because the allegations are largely true. That’s why he won’t sue.”
It still remains to be seen if the allegations against Cruz are true; however, Stone does have a valid point. If they aren’t true, then why isn’t Cruz suing the Enquirer for slander or libel?
Given the damage that’s been done, it seems like an easy enough case to win… if he’s actually innocent.
[H/T: Gateway Pundit]