““I’m seriously concerned the ‘apparent suicide’ of Gary Welsh was a murder designed to look like a suicide,” Madsen said. “I am as concerned about Welsh’s apparent suicide as I was equally serious when one my earlier sources, reporter Gary Webb, was found dead of a supposedly ‘self-inflicted gunshot wound.’”
Webb, a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist known for his 1998 bestselling book about the CIA’s role in Iran-Contra-related drug trafficking, “Dark Alliance,” was found dead in his home on Dec. 10, 2004, in what was ruled a suicide, despite Webb having suffered two gunshot wounds to the head.”
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Source: Source of Trump’s JFK claim also accused Rubio
The Indiana blogger, Gary Walsh, was found dead by apparent gunshot to the head in a stairwell outside his office in Indianapolis. Next to his body was a gun. Gary Walsh exposed a great many corrupt politicians in Indiana, who were shredding official documents. Too, he exposed the photo of Raphael Cruz, Sr., handing out leaflets while accompanying Lee Harvey Oswald in New Orleans, from 1963.
Journalist Who Exposed Cruz’s Dad’s Role In JFK Assassination Found DEAD
Source: Blogger Gary Welsh Dies In Apparent Suicide – Democratic Underground
“To ensure that we nominate a Republican who can unify the Republican Party and win in November, our campaign will focus its time and resources in Indiana and in turn clear the path for Gov. Kasich to compete in Oregon and New Mexico, and we would hope that allies of both campaigns would follow our lead.”
“Now, he’s in this wonderful position where he’s both the last anti-establishment candidate acceptable who is not named Donald Trump, and he’s also the last establishment candidate,” said Matt Welch of the libertarian magazine Reason, applauding Cruz’s policy shifts. “That’s just a genius level of maneuvering.”
Ted Cruz denies that during the 2013 Senate debate over an immigration reform bill he ever supported a path to legal status for undocumented immigrants. He also claims that an amendment he offered, which would have permanently barred these immigrants from citizenship, was designed to kill the bill. Is he telling the truth? Here’s a detailed timeline of what Cruz said and did during the debate, with links to videos and other contemporaneous evidence.
Does Ted Cruz’s Slipperiness Matter?
There is an easy way to conclude Ted Cruz didn’t lie on the debate stage Tuesday night; conclude that he lied throughout the spring of 2013.
The problem with posing as a bill supporter in an effort to insert a poison bill – and performing the role with great passion, at great length, in front of many audiences – is that afterwards, people may not be so convinced that it was all an act.
Cruz then said, “Sean, can I answer your question without being interrupted?” Cruz then talked about the results in Utah, North Dakota, Wisconsin, Colorado, and Wyoming, all of which Cruz has won. He added, “Over 1.3 million people voted in those 5 states. We won all 5. All of this noise and complaining and whining has come from the Trump campaign, because they don’t like the fact that they’ve 5 elections in a row, that Republicans are uniting behind our campaign. So, they’re screaming, on Drudge, and it’s getting echoed, this notion of voterless election. It is nonsense. They are making it up. Over 1.3 million people voted. We won landslides in all 5.”