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Trump Claims Cruz’s Father Helped Oswald

Trump Claims Cruz’s Father Helped Oswald

Trump throws out more baseless accusations

GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump claimed the father of his rival Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) helped Lee Harvey Oswald kill President John F. Kennedy.

“His father was with Lee Harvey Oswald prior to Oswald’s being — you know, shot. I mean, the whole thing is ridiculous,” he told Fox News. “What is this, right prior to his being shot, and nobody even brings it up. They don’t even talk about that. That was reported, and nobody talks about it.”

No one holds any evidence to prove this claim. The National Enquirer, whose publisher is close friends with Trump, says they hold pictures that show Cruz’s father with Oswald.

People have already brushed aside the accusations, including Cruz.

As Andrew Kirell at The Daily Beast points out, Brian Kilmeade tried to tell Trump no one could verify the report, but immediately backed down when the frontrunner kept talking over him.

“I mean, what was he doing?” exclaimed Trump. “What was he doing with Lee Harvey Oswald shortly before the death? Before the shooting? It’s horrible.”


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There is no low to which this thug and his willing cultists will not sink.

He should NEVER be allowed anywhere near the coercive power of ANY government.

    Ragspierre in reply to Ragspierre. | May 3, 2016 at 12:00 pm

    There is no low to which this thug and his willing cultists will not sink.


    Immolate in reply to Ragspierre. | May 3, 2016 at 1:53 pm

    I think I may have the Trump phenomenon figured out Rags. There is a certain personality set that is attracted to conspiracy theories. A person may be an ignorant dunce or they may be a rocket surgeon, but there is something in them that makes the idea of a hidden cabal, secretly running things, pure cat-nip.

    Anyone who has observed the Ron Paul phenomenon is familiar with this thinking. If you’re not one of them, it makes zero sense and the closer you look, the more nonsensical it seems. Some of the characteristics of the type are the ability to uncritically accept the most outlandish theories if they support an important narrative. They react aggressively, even violently to anyone perceived as a threat to the narrative. They show a remarkable facility for accepting new ideas, even if they contradict or conflict with currently-held beliefs.

    They consistently feature an organization shrouded in secrecy that is blamed for pretty much everything negative thing that happens. This shadow organization is invested with such power and breadth that it often encompasses many opposed individuals and groups, which results in people being accused of collusion with others with whom they are actually mortal enemies.

    This explains how two relatively intelligent and educated people like Donald Trump and Gary Britt could both accept the same ridiculously improbable theory without a moment of doubt or consternation. Of course the same could as easily be attributed to dishonest cynicism, and Occam’s Razor requires that we place this instance in that lense. It does seem more likely that both Donald and Gary are lying through their teeth than both pursuing the same, imaginary unicorn. I don’t think either have a very high opinion of those who buy into their particular brand of snake oil.

      Ragspierre in reply to Immolate. | May 3, 2016 at 2:12 pm

      I agree, generally.

      I first became aware of this back in the “farm crisis” that came with the “savings and loan” collapse a few decades ago.

      A lot of fine, upright, hard-working farmers and ranchers went belly-up.

      Been there, done that.

      When it happens, it’s human nature to look to find someone to blame. I saw a lot of people blame “bankers”, or even further, Jooooooose.

      It was NOT “bankers” acting in dark collusion. It WAS economics. Perfectly predictable, perfectly cause>>>effect. A LOT of farmers and ranchers were carrying WAY too much debt, and they couldn’t service it.

      When I lost my oil field trucking business, it wasn’t anyone’s fault. It wasn’t even my fault. It was bad timing. My best month was March. April went to nothing, like a plug had been pulled. Had I been in that business longer, I MIGHT have weathered the bust, but I wasn’t.

      I insist on dealing with reality. Others find reality too painful.

      Merlin in reply to Immolate. | May 3, 2016 at 2:55 pm

      Oh, yeah! There’s nothing like blaming the nameless, faceless “the powers that be” and “the establishment” for all your woes. American national politics is all about dividing the populace into ever smaller segments and furnishing each with one or more contrived grievances. Nothing seems to be easier than inducing paranoia and misery in a modern American. The cumulative effect of an educational nanny state that cranks out degreed individuals incapable of critical thinking and hell-bent on instant gratification has manifested itself in the rise of conmen like Barack Obama and Donald Trump. Tell a mush mind what they want to hear and set the hook.

      What about Cruz today stating a media conspiracy was to blame for his losing the primary elections? Everyone is out to get poor Cruz according to Cruz.

        Rick in reply to Gary Britt. | May 3, 2016 at 5:52 pm

        I doubt that Cruz said what you wrote he said. Maybe you can supply the quote on which you base your statement.
        I do not doubt that Cruz attributes some of Trump’s political success to the support he gets from media folks like Hannity.

        Matt_SE in reply to Gary Britt. | May 3, 2016 at 6:41 pm

        Apparently, a lot of conservatives share that belief since CNN just beat Fox in ratings for the first time in 14 years. Fox went full Trumptard. You never go full Trumptard.

      Matt_SE in reply to Immolate. | May 3, 2016 at 6:37 pm

      It’s been noticed by me as well that Trump supporters are paranoid. I think of them as the reincarnation of the John Birch Society; a group that used to see communists under every bed.
      Great. Now we get to relive the 50s and 60s.

Besides the picture of the two together, Rafael fled to Canada in 1964 shortly after the Kennedy assassination. Why? If that wasn’t him in picture with Lee Harvey Oswald?

    persecutor in reply to Gary Britt. | May 3, 2016 at 12:05 pm

    Spoken like a true Trump University graduate, Gary. Glad to see you’re putting that knowledge to such good use.
    Maybe you can testify as a character witness at his fraud trial.

    malclave in reply to Gary Britt. | May 3, 2016 at 12:15 pm

    You really will say anything to get Hillary elected, won’t you?

      persecutor in reply to malclave. | May 3, 2016 at 12:20 pm

      If my two choices are both NY liberals, it’s kind of like asking the condemned man his preference as to method between decapitation with a dull knife, or being torn apart while alive by horses.

      And make no mistake about it, TheDonald®, supporter of Schumer, supporter of Dingy Harry,supporter of PIAPS senate bid, supporter of Shelly Silver and countless other NYC liberals (I know, it’s a cost of doing business), is a NYC liberal.

        Matt_SE in reply to persecutor. | May 3, 2016 at 6:43 pm

        The economy is turning down. Better that Hillary gets the blame than Republicans. If we’re very lucky, Trump loses 49 states and he takes his retard supporters with him into obscurity.

    cantor4massat4 in reply to Gary Britt. | May 3, 2016 at 1:17 pm

    Sorry to be unkind, but you’re the type supporter that Trump is aiming for. He knows his supporters will believe any lie he throws out without question. He does not have a snowball’s chance in Hell of winning. Hillary will win and continue the downward spiral of this country thanks to gullible people like you. The Democrats already have $20,000 to spend on destroying Trump in June if he becomes the nominee. And believe me, there’s a boat load of scandals they’re compiling to finish him off with.

    Rick in reply to Gary Britt. | May 3, 2016 at 3:11 pm

    GB’s stupid comment almost matches his prior statement to the effect that not denying a politically motivated charge proves the charge.
    Stunning stuff on display.

    ray in reply to Gary Britt. | May 3, 2016 at 3:32 pm

    Please include a link to the picture.

    Milhouse in reply to Gary Britt. | May 3, 2016 at 5:13 pm

    1. There is no picture of the two together. The person in the picture with Oswald is a light-skinned male in his twenties; that could just as easily be your father, or mine, or Donald Trump’s brother Fred Jr, or any one of hundreds of millions of people.

    2. He did not flee to Canada, he moved there as hundreds of thousands of people have done, pursuing a work opportunity. There was nothing remarkable about it.

    JasonJay in reply to Gary Britt. | May 3, 2016 at 5:25 pm

    He ran out to Canada to avoid paying child support for the two young daughters he ditched when he dumped his first wife for his second wife and his soon to be conceived on foreign soil son.

tarheelkate | May 3, 2016 at 12:12 pm

Seriously? There’s an old photo with someone who looks kind of like Cruz, Sr. That’s it. No further “proof” of any kind. As Trump would say, “Sad.”

    JasonJay in reply to tarheelkate. | May 3, 2016 at 5:20 pm

    A quick way to dispel the Lee Harvey Oswald rumor would be for Mama Cruz to say that wasn’t her husband in any photo purporting to be him, since she would know what he looked like back then.

    But she divorced the two-faced preacher, who can blame her, and maybe her revenge against the border hopping opportunist who abandoned her and baby Teddy in Canada, will keep her from refuting the Oswald association.

      Paul in reply to JasonJay. | May 3, 2016 at 5:30 pm

      Oh look, another troll

        JasonJay in reply to Paul. | May 3, 2016 at 7:14 pm

        Oh look, another narrow minded minority far right Republican, a constituency the majority of Republicans shun like sour breath.

        The dunderheads on this blog from the start have been wrong about who was going to win the Republican nomination. And oh LOOK – trump just won Indiana!

Rush is gutting T-rump and his “brain-dead” supporter of yesterday.

This crap has just gotten crazy.

The term “cringeworthy” was coined for moments like these.

practicalconservative | May 3, 2016 at 12:39 pm

Stupid thing for Trump to say. However, its impact is limited. The statement comes too late to affect voting in Indiana.

The news tonight will be of a Trump victory and what will Cruz do next?


    No! It was a lot of things besides “stupid”.

    It was a vile, low AND UTTERLY T-RUMPIAN smear of the lowest and most despicable sort.

    It was TYPICAL of his conspiratorial madness, and his characteristic dash to slime the reputation of anyone…ANYONE…who he even perceives as oppositional to him or his interests.

    The man is a lying, dangerous, pathological Collectivist fraud and thug.

      cantor4massat4 in reply to Ragspierre. | May 3, 2016 at 1:22 pm

      Now Cruz should break his pledge to support the nominee if Trump wins. And absolutely no one on our side could blame him. What’s even more despicable than Trump is the media who allow this garbage without challenging him.

        The media are doing more than “allow” it, they are actively stoking the raging inferno of Trump’s monumental fucktardness. It’s all part of the strategy to get Clinton elected.

The fact that trump said this and fox allowed it to stand says to me that both are at the end of the line. trump saying such absurdities puts the final nail in his coffin. fox news can never recover from becoming the trump enquirer of tv

    persecutor in reply to Lewfarge. | May 3, 2016 at 12:52 pm

    I’d say that both of their “brands” have taken hits that neither will fully recover from.
    I used to think TheDonald® was just a buffoonish huckster; now I know him to be far worse and an embarrassment. I used to think Fox was, while media, relatively fair and reasonably balanced; now I know they’re part of the DC cartel, totally untrustworthy, and on a par with MSNBC.
    Sad thing is, like Charlie Sheen, they also think they’re “winning!”.

DT temporarily enjoying his deity. It wasn’t enough to say I could shoot people in broad daylight and not lose my supporters. That wasn’t enough of a high for him, so now we get this. Can anyone think of any other candidate who would not be laughed out of ANY political race, even dog catcher? Or is there another explanation – some people say DT in his heart of hearts doesn’t really want the job, so he keeps trying (and failing) to give people enough reason to drop him? Trump-cult keeps letting him down, drinking whatever kool-aid he serves up? I remember when we lived in South Africa and the President said that AIDS was not caused by HIV, so millions just adopted that as the party line. The explanation I heard was “that’s the ‘African chief’ mentality – whatever the chief says is right.” Close, but let’s don’t be racist about it – it’s just a species of trans-racial idolatry. “The Lord has a day [of judgment] against all who are high and lifted up – they shall be abased. . . . and the Lord alone will be exalted in that day” (Isaiah 2)

    persecutor in reply to jlronning. | May 3, 2016 at 1:01 pm

    History is replete with examples of people like Trump, as well as filled with chronicles of the disasters they let loose on the world when people stop thinking and listen with their hearts instead of their heads.

    I’m surprised at the number of intelligent people I know who are Kool-Aid drinkers for him–people who’ve basically told me that I’m just a member of the establishment–and know better than to hurl that insult at me. How do you reason with that?

    How did Europe reason with that in the thirties? They didn’t.

    Rick in reply to jlronning. | May 3, 2016 at 3:29 pm

    I think Hillary could get away with it.

“It’s got electrolytes.”

And this is why the Democratic Party, in its infinite wisdom, has super delegates.

I’m laughing because the early signs from Indiana are that Cruz is going to get trounced. You guys are just flailing around now. Face it, Cruz is a niche candidate and not a very good one at that. Today he called Trump a “godless” candidate and that he asked for forgiveness 3x already today. What a complete bozo he is.

    persecutor in reply to PhillyGuy. | May 3, 2016 at 1:03 pm

    Be careful what you wish for….karma can be a bitch.

    malclave in reply to PhillyGuy. | May 3, 2016 at 1:43 pm

    Yeah, yeah, we know… “Hillary is Inevitable.”

    cantor4massat4 in reply to PhillyGuy. | May 3, 2016 at 2:26 pm

    I have news for you, according to what I read on Twitter, Brian Williams has just admitted that he’s the guy in the photo. Seriously, I tried to get to the bottom of why people like you like Trump. Two things I have come up with is that you don’t give a rat’s nest about integrity and character and you think that corruption can be fought with corruption. In the end, you are the bozos.

The Donald is about to find out a nasty open secret as he goes from criticizing Republicans to criticizing Democrats: The press will happily chorus along when you throw rocks at a R, but when you even flick a single pebble at a D, they will promptly turn on you like wounded wolverines. In all odds, the press has been writing giant piles of stories and hanging onto them until the moment Donald becomes anointed.

Then the knives will come out as Saint Hillary heads for the White House and Trump gets carried to the sacrificial altar.

There is a REASON Reagan’s 11th commandment is “Thou shalt not speak ill of a fellow Republican.” Boehner calling Cruz ‘lucifer’ is just a tiny little example. This is another.

    persecutor in reply to georgfelis. | May 3, 2016 at 1:11 pm

    Well said. It’s amazing that the sTrumpets are amazed that the rest of us may have some issues supporting their so called winner, and can dismissively say we’re just Hillary supporters.

    I can say that Trump and his supporters have said enough for me to know that there is no bleepin’ way I will ever vote for him–and they guaranteed that with their mouths and behavior.

    They remind me of the reports of die-hard Maoists I read of China’s cultural revolution back in the late sixties–I’m surprised they’re not waving little books of his sayings like the Maoists did.

      persecutor in reply to persecutor. | May 3, 2016 at 1:15 pm

      I’m sorry, it’s there on their ball caps.

      JasonJay in reply to persecutor. | May 3, 2016 at 5:47 pm

      You mean llike Pastor Cruz waving his little book bible and saying those who don’t have vote for his son are supporting Satan?

        Matt_SE in reply to JasonJay. | May 3, 2016 at 6:55 pm

        No, I think he was more speaking about Trump raping little girls on Jeffrey Epstein’s pedo island. That’ll be some fun coverage this summer. Should turn the female Trump vote right around.

Now a word from the Trump Bible, quotes from the Master Narcissist, Charlie Sheen:

“I have a different constitution. I have a different brain; I have a different heart; I got tiger blood, man.”

“I am on a drug. It’s called Charlie Sheen.”

“From my big beautiful warlock brain, welcome to ‘Sheen’s Korner’ … You’re either in my corner, or you’re with the trolls.”

The similarities between the Master and his disciple are… astounding!

Looks like a staple of a Trump White House will be Tinfoil Hat Tuesdays. I’ve thought Barack Obama to be pretty much a national embarrassment, but it looks as if Donald Trump’s buffoonery has already eclipsed Obama’s. I suppose next he’ll claim that Ted is hiding the remains of the Roswell crash in his garage and urge his adoring fans to get in line for tickets. It’s gonna be great! Vlad is going to have a field day with this asshat.

    persecutor in reply to Merlin. | May 3, 2016 at 1:59 pm

    Nah–TheDonald® will book the Roswell remains for display at whatever Atlantic City property he still has his name on–that is before the bankruptcy trustee claims it for the creditors.

The Donald is a real moron ;
He’s got all of you stamping on your hats thinking they’re on fire.
Pure entertainment.

I hope I never get stuck with a crime because of being in a picture with some shady characters . All it would take is my family pictures .

Ragspierre | May 3, 2016 at 2:41 pm

How embarrassingly, catastrophically BAD is this latest T-rumpian smear…???

You won’t find it anywhere in the T-rumpmedia.

Not on Dim Jim Hoft’s site.

Not on Drudge.

I haven’t checked on TrumpBart.

I think I’d rather have Trump than ‘The Clintons’ but now I have to consider what happens if he morphs into Nancy Pelosi. I may have to wait another four or eight years to have a vote that means anything at all. Oh Dear-a!

    persecutor in reply to windyfir. | May 3, 2016 at 3:25 pm

    If? My question is not if, it’s how long it takes for the real DonnyT®–you know, the one we in NY have had the pleasure of laughing at on the front page of the NYC tabloids for decades shows his ugly combover.

    If someone has to tell me he’s an outsider, it’s because his actions betray his words–and if you live in the NY metro area, you’d be hard pressed to say the pre-prez bid DonnyT® was anything but an insider preserving that status. (I know, I know, that’s just the cost of doing business in NYC–just like he’s not abusing the Lhasa apso that’s Crazy Glued to his head–it’s just being fostered for the SPCA until the real owner reclaims it.)

    conservative tarheel in reply to windyfir. | May 3, 2016 at 7:08 pm

    in 4 or 8 years you may not even have a vote ……

GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump claimed the father of his rival Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) helped Lee Harvey Oswald kill President John F. Kennedy.

Funny, I don’t see anything about that in the quoted Trump remarks.

The closest is His father was with Lee Harvey Oswald prior to Oswald’s being — you know, shot.

So where’s any mention of Kennedy? It mentions Oswald being shot, which, as we all know, happened two days after Kennedy’s death. Nothing in Trump’s statement links Cruz Sr. to Kennedy at all.

You’d probably get a lot more mileage out of your TDS rants if you attacked Trump for what he said, rather than for what he didn’t say.

    murkyv in reply to tom swift. | May 3, 2016 at 2:53 pm

    Don’t you dare bring facts into a good media smear.

    Ragspierre in reply to tom swift. | May 3, 2016 at 2:56 pm

    Now, see, tom, THAT is a “straw man” argument.

    Rat thar.

    persecutor in reply to tom swift. | May 3, 2016 at 3:32 pm

    Gee, I have a photo of what appears to be TheDonald® seated at a dinner table with Jeffrey Dahmner. I wonder who it was they were having for dinner?

    Enquiring minds want to know!

      murkyv in reply to persecutor. | May 3, 2016 at 3:52 pm

      They were eating Teds lunch.

        persecutor in reply to murkyv. | May 3, 2016 at 4:09 pm

        What a rollicking sense of humor you have–you should really consider giving up your day job and asking TheDonald® to book you at his place in AC. You’ll pack them in!

    Matt_SE in reply to tom swift. | May 3, 2016 at 6:59 pm

    Yeah, I’m sure he totally meant it innocently. He was just sayin’ that Cruz Sr. and Oswald were near each other as a coincidence, right? He didn’t mean to imply anything!

    GFY, you amoral shill.

LOL, Trump is just trolling for shits and giggles. And judging by the reaction he seems to be doing a great job of it 🙂

Ask Trump if we landed on the moon. Is this how a “President Trump” will negotiate with world leaders? Accuse their family members of conspiracies? Just imagine how Trump will enhance the precedents set by Obama. Imperial Presidency on steroids.

The only fabrication industry that Trump has ever been involved with is in the creation of bogus “truths” and the casting of aspersions.

Trump’s walking dead supporters are coming for you!

I never thought this song would have to become a theme for a Republican Party candidate. The cult was bad enough with Obama, it will be much worse with Trump.

Anyone have a link to the alleged picture?

“Not my circus; not my monkeys.”

I have a clue who was there: It was Lemony Trump on the grassy knoll with a pack of lies.

Meanwhile I found 6 abandoned puppies in a cardboard box on the side of the highway just after lunch today. I’ve had them to the vet, and will be keeping them in my garage during a 10-day quarantine period and bottle-feeding them every 4 hours, around the clock. They look to be a mix of Florida Brown Dog, Catahoula, and Lab. Then I’ll be handing them off to a local no-kill shelter for adoption.

Politics is politics. Meanwhile, real life rolls on regardless. Remember to keep a sense of perspective, friends.

Trump definitely took Cruz off message today. LOL.

    Ragspierre in reply to Gary Britt. | May 3, 2016 at 6:09 pm

    What your little yellow god did today was demonstrate what a despicable, sleazy, lying POS he is.

    As many of us have been saying for months.

    Many of the boobs he’s baited will leave his thrall after today.

    He also effectively cemented Cruz into the remainder of the primary, and righteously made him a personal enemy.


      Barry in reply to Ragspierre. | May 3, 2016 at 11:23 pm

      “He also effectively cemented Cruz into the remainder of the primary…”

      Huh. Just catching up. Seems you were about an hour too early.

A few minutes on Fox and Friends and there goes another news cycle. It would be hard to make this stuff up. I hope the writers for “House of Cards” are paying attention. Where is Frank Underwood when we need him? LOL

First of all, neither Trump, nor the National Enquirer ever claimed or suggested that Raphael Cruz was involved in the JFK assassination. Trump’s point was that there is reportedly a picture which shows a man standing next to Lee Harvey Oswald holding a stack of flyers for Fair Play for Cuba [a pro-Castro organization] in New Orleans in 1963. An analysis was made which confirmed that the photographs were very likely made in 1963 and that the people depicted in it are the original inhabitants of the original photographs. Further analysis, by the company hired to do the work, produced enough matches between Raphael Cruz, as he appears now and circa 1960 and the man in the photograph to provide a good likelihood that the man in the picture may be Raphael Cruz. That is all we have here. We do not have any solid proof that the man in the photo is Raphael Cruz. And, absolutely no evidence that the man in the picture was in any way involved with the assassination of JFK. Does everyone understand this? Good.

Now, as I mentioned in an earlier thread, even if the man in the photograph is Raphael Cruz, he might have had a legitimate reason for being there in the company of Oswald. Sometime in the 1960’s [the biography is a little vague as to exactly where he was and when during this period], Raphael Cruz moved to New Orleans. Prior to 1962 he resided in Texas. From about 1960 on, he was a vocal anti-Castro activist after being a supporter of Fidel and the revolution. At that time, it was not unusual for members of anti-Castro organizations and groups to infiltrate pro-Castro groups. It happened all the time in Miami and led to more than a little bloodshed, over the years. Also, a number of people in the anti-Castro organizations were used by, or affiliated with, the CIA, both overseas and domestically. So, it would be very possible for Raphael Cruz to be acting for an anti-Castro organization or even the CIA.

This does not mean that Raphael Cruz ever engaged in such activities nor does it mean that the man in the picture is Raphael Cruz. Whether the man in the photographs is really Raphael Cruz or not is really irrelevant, except to illustrate the the selectivity with which the media chooses to pursue potential stories. Raphael Cruz lost any claim to anonymity when he became a public face for his son’s campaign.

Here is the Miami Herald article with the pictures and a comparison photo from 1959.

    Ragspierre in reply to Mac45. | May 3, 2016 at 6:21 pm

    “Whether the man in the photographs is really Raphael Cruz or not is really irrelevant, except to illustrate the the selectivity with which the media chooses to pursue potential stories.”

    This is an outright lie in a craven attempt at apologia, which is ALL your comment was.

    T-rump BROACHED the subject. In his typical passive-aggressive manner.

Neither Ted Cruz nor his father have denied Rafael Cruz is not the person in the picture in question.

    Merlin in reply to Gary Britt. | May 3, 2016 at 6:49 pm

    Tossing shit at the wall to see if it sticks, eh? I suppose you’re also waiting for them to admit they’ve stopped beating their wives. You’re almost as embarrassing as your yellow messiah. Almost.

Krauthammer who hates Trump says Cruz’s over the top unhinged reaction to Trump mentioning NE story was very hurtful to CRUZ.

After much thought and reflection and observation of the events related to this today, I M H O, every single tenet of honesty and ethical principles, is the basis that every “t-rump” delegate to the GOP convention should abstain or not vote on the first ballot for t-rump. t-rump making this statement publicly on national TV totally disqualifies him for the office of President.

conservative tarheel | May 3, 2016 at 6:53 pm

If Trump is the nominee this will be the first election since 1975
that I will not vote for president.
not sure If I will stay home or vote down ticket.

God just told Cruz he doesn’t want him running for Prez any longer..
Maybe Ted can now emulate his Poppa and become a Preacher and get the hell out of Washington.

    Ragspierre in reply to JasonJay. | May 3, 2016 at 7:20 pm

    No, you lying SOS. Just as “God” didn’t tell Lincoln to quit.

    Or Ike.

    Or Goldwater.

    Or Reagan.

    What a moron…!!!

At this point, really, what difference does it make?

holdingmynose | May 4, 2016 at 6:35 am

This is what you posted: “His father was with Lee Harvey Oswald prior to Oswald’s being — you know, shot. I mean, the whole thing is ridiculous,” he told Fox News. “What is this, right prior to his being shot, and nobody even brings it up. They don’t even talk about that. That was reported, and nobody talks about it.”

Where does this say Cruz helped Oswald kill JFK? It only refers to before Oswald was shot.

TDS has impaired your capacity for rational thought.

BTW far left web sites such as : Talking Points Memo, Wonkette, Democrat Undertground and other less main stream ones were hyping the Cruz-Oswald connections a few years ago. That’s before anyone even knew Trump was going to run for President. Did you ever comment about these claims then?

Trump is very foolish. He is letting his mouth cause trouble for himself. He is alienating those who he needs to support him with irrational illogical and unneeded insults. Lying Ted, not a US citizen and helping Oswald murder Kennedy comments are stupid and hurt his quest for he presidency.!these make me wonder if Trump really wants to win. Trump pretty much had the nomination in the bag and should be focused on party unity.