It wasn’t Donald Trump who spilled the beans as Ted Cruz expected. Instead, it was the National Enquirer who first ran the story about Cruz and his alleged mistresses. The magazine teased the story in a two-page spread, but for social media, it was all too easy to decipher the blurred profile images (through reverse image search). Drew Johnson claims to have inside information about at least two women who were implicated in the magazine.
“COMING CLEAN: From what I know, at least 2 of the women named as Cruz mistresses by the National Enquirer are accurate #TRUMP #CRUZ #TCOT”
From a Washington Times columnist:
— Drew Johnson (@Drews_Views) March 25, 2016
While it’s still unclear who the women are, Twitter seems to have identified who 3 of the 5 are:
— Trump (@loyregacy) March 25, 2016
If Twitter is correct, at least one of the names identified on the social media site have gone silent since the story.
— MicroChip (@WDFx2EU) March 25, 2016
Could this explain why Heidi Cruz was found in a park crying?
#4 and #7
— Kelly (@TOVAOD) March 25, 2016
National Enquirer journalist who a Pulitzer for John Edwards love child story first broke the story.
The journalist who won a Pulitzer for John Edwards love child story has an expose on Ted Cruz’s mistresses. Five! pic.twitter.com/VCUH1kxfTD
— Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) March 24, 2016