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February 12, 2016 04:38pm
Cruz Receives Porn Offer
Source: GameLink Public Relations
by: Company Press Release

Amy Lindsay, Ted Cruz GameLink.com Offers to Produce $100K Commercial Series Featuring Legit Porn Stars for Cruz Campaign - Republican Presidential Frontrunner Ted Cruz Proves He Needs Help Broadening Voter Base After Dismissing Popular 'Softcore' Actress Amy Lindsay!

(CYBERSPACE) -- Leading adult e-tailer GameLink.com is offering to produce a commercial series featuring legitimate porn stars and a $100,000 budget for Ted Cruz's campaign. The offer comes on the heels of the Cruz Campaign suspending one of its own ads, after it was discovered actress Amy Lindsay, an avid Cruz supporter, has appeared nude in many soft-core films.

A frontrunner for the Republican presidential nomination, Ted Cruz has continually targeted the religious conservatives in his campaign. When presented with the information about Lindsay's filmography, which ranged from soft-core movies like "Confession of a Call Girl" to a role on "Star Trek: Voyager," a spokesperson for the Cruz Campaign said they were "unaware of the actor's past work in porn and took action when [they] learned of her full film history" (via NYPost.com).

"First off, on behalf of many in the adult industry, I'm offended Ted Cruz is throwing around the word 'porn' like it's dirty and something to be ashamed of," said Jeff Dillon, president of business development for eLine, parent company of GameLink.com. "the porn industry is composed of many hardworking Americans, and Cruz would be lucky to have their vote."

"Secondly," added Dillon, "Amy Lindsay, though a fine actress, is not even a porn star, as she has never appeared in a pornographic film. If she was, her movies would be available to watch on GameLInk.com. Instead, if you search her name on our site, you'll find exactly three titles, which are all produced by MrSkin.com and feature the best nude scenes of celebrity actresses in Hollywood films."

To view the removed Cruz ad featuring Amy Lindsay, click here.

"By essentially firing one of his own supporters from a commercial, Ted Cruz proved he needs all the help he can get in running his campaign, which is why GameLink.com is offering to produce a $100,000 series of commercials, which feature actual porn stars," stated Dillon. "There are plenty of people in the adult industry who embrace the conservative value system, and while GameLink.com itself is political neutral, we would be happy to help Cruz broaden his voter base and make his campaign more inclusive. After all, don't we all want to 'Make America Great Again'?"

The offer for GameLInk's Ted Cruz commercial series is contingent on the Cruz Campaign's acceptance. The Cruz Campaign has not yet authorized the use of porn stars in its promotion or agreed to work with GameLink.com.

About GameLink:

GameLink LLC, founded in San Francisco in 1993, is the original online adult store. GameLink focuses on online distribution of adult content through its website www.GameLink.com, which provides an enhanced user experience and state-of-the-art functionality. GameLink maintains distribution agreements with all major U.S. adult content providers and offers one of the largest adult content catalogs, available in multiple media formats, to include: video on demand, adult pay per minute, mobile platforms, download, adult DVDs, Blu-ray as well as select sex toys and apparel. The company has established an industry leading reputation for innovative online retail and eCommerce. GameLink's first-in-class content delivery, database and personalization tools make the GameLink infrastructure among the most sophisticated and successful enterprises on the Internet. For more information, go to http://www.GameLink.com and www.Twitter.com/GameLink.

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