Sun Times Runs Ugly Hit Piece On Cruz College Days

Chad Murda
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The Chicago Sun Times ordered up a hit piece on Ted Cruz today, and Chad Merda acted as delivery boy.

From Chad’s journalism:

There was the time Cruz tried to insert humor into a discussion about infidelity.

In one debate, he proposed a method to detect infidelity, in which God should “give women a hymen that grows back every time she has intercourse with a different guy, because that will be a ‘visible sign’ of the breach of trust,” according to a recollection by David Kennedy published in a Harvard debate team reunion booklet in 2001.

A crazy scenario indeed, for reasons beyond the hymen regeneration. Based on this theory, it’s only the woman’s fault when infidelity occurs, and the logical consequence is to punish them with pain and bleeding from repeatedly engaging in a “breach of trust.”

It’s actually a good thing that the media is digging into the college antics of presidential candidates. It would probably be even better if they did that for all of them.  Maybe Chad can do the same for Obama before his presidential library is built so that they’ll have something, anything, to put in the wing dedicated to his college days. So far, nothing from SunTimes on that.

In the meantime, they might want to find someone besides Chad to write that hit piece, because while he mocks Cruz for an off handed joke about women’s hymans, Chad’s tweeting stupid jokes about women taking maternity leave.

From TODAY!

Yeah, Chad’s due for some time off. And some sensitivity training.

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