No, Ted Cruz was not ‘John Boehner’s lawyer’

By: Renee Nal | New Zeal

John Boehner via stanforddaily

John Boehner via stanforddaily

The media is working hard to convince you that they caught Ted Cruz in a lie about working with John Boehner. But they are lying, as usual.

During an interview hosted by Stanford in Government (SIG) and the Stanford Speakers Bureau, former House Speaker John Boehner referred to presidential candidate Ted Cruz as “Lucifer in the flesh.” He continued, “I have Democrat friends and Republican friends. I get along with almost everyone, but I have never worked with a more miserable son of a bitch in my life.”

But Boehner did not “work” with Ted Cruz. Boehner only worked against Cruz as he golfed with Trump, who Boehner referred to as his “texting buddy.”

The comments are reminiscent of other nasty names Boehner has used to describe the constant anti-establishment thorn in his side. Last year, the failed Speaker referred to Cruz as a “jackass,” and still another time as a “false prophet.

As reported at TrevorLoudon.com, Cruz responded in part by saying that he “…never worked with Boehner, and he’s only met him two or three times.” During a 2014 interview at cincinnati.com, Boehner confirmed that he has “not talked to [Cruz]” since he was elected:

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The Denise Simon Experience – 04/29/16 – PETE TURNER / CLARE M. LOPEZ / JOSH SIEGEL

The Denise Simon Experience

Hosted by DENISE SIMON, the Senior Research / Intelligence Analyst for Foreign and Domestic Policy for numerous flag officers and intelligence organizations.


HOUR 1:  Pete Turner, a combat veteran and Army spy, now a cultural expert explains the largest difficulty in winning the wars in the Middle East including how U.S. government agencies cause interference with achievement.

HOUR 2 – SEGMENT 1:  Clare Lopez, Vice President at Center for Security Policy described the current nuclear and diplomatic conditions with Iran and the continued threat with regard to EMP’s, missiles and collaboration with Russia and North Korea.

HOUR 2 – SEGMENT 2:  Josh Siegel, investigative reporter at the Daily Signal explained the White House and Congressional mission to reform prison sentencing for mostly non-violent drug offenders.