[Twitter Report] Breitbart Sitting on Anti-Cruz Story till After NH VoteA couple of tweets from Bokhari:
Two days ago Breitbart's Milo Yiannopoulos and Allum Bokhari ... began teasing an "Explosive" Cruz scandal that was supposed to post imminently on Breitbart.com.
According to Allum Bokhari, it would reveal the 'true face' of Ted Cruz and would be "much worse" than the Ben Carson-fraud fiasco currently ongoing. When asked if it would destroy the Cruz campaign, Allum replied he "couldn't say for sure." When asked about the initial delay, he replied that Breitbart is being very careful with the information due to its seriousness, but that the "wait was worth it."
At first I thought maybe Allum and Milo were simply trolling their readership due to the silence for more than 24 hours, but it appears the article really is coming and is indeed quite serious. According to Allum the article was held up in editorial....
Been told it's a few more days before we can drop the new Cruz goss. Nothing I can do :(— Allum Bokhari (@LibertarianBlue) February 4, 2016
For those wondering, the piece has been held up by editorial. It's still coming! Don't lose hope ❤︎— Allum Bokhari (@LibertarianBlue) February 3, 2016
I hate to keep you all waiting but it really is worth it. This is explosive.— Allum Bokhari (@LibertarianBlue) February 2, 2016
Sex scandal? Money scandal? What's it going to be? Or is it nothing? (It's not the voicemails proving that the Cruz campaign was spreading the story that Ben Carson had dropped out of the race at the Iowa caucuses -- that story is already up at Breitbart, from a different author.)
I actually hope this is a nothingburger, or that we're being trolled. When I see that Donald Trump is rejecting sensible recommendations from staffers that he beef up his ground game, and when I see Marco Rubio making big gains in national and New Hampshire polls, I assume that Trump's going to underperform everywhere and Cruz is the only person standing in the way of Rubio (who's getting Rush Limbaugh's imprimatur, which might make him acceptable to the crazies, even as the mainstream media is persuading middle-of-the-road voters all over America that he's a moderate). On the other hand, I don't like Ted Cruz -- who does, really? -- and his downfall would be fun to watch.
Waiting with bated breath....