Amy Lindsay: Softcore Porn Actress from Ted Cruz Commercial Reveals Which Presidential Candidate She’s Voting For [Video]

Amy Lindsay, the suddenly famous actress who was featured in a Ted Cruz campaign commercial before it was abruptly pulled from circulation, has revealed her presidential preference.

Lindsay kept her word that she would return to CNN to make the announcement.

Lindsay, who has 74 acting credits on IMDB as well as a daytime Emmy nomination on her resume, reportedly has a past in softcore porn films, which prompted the Cruz campaign to quickly pull down the ad.

As a working actress, Lindsay answered an open casting call for the commercial, and Team Cruz maintained that the production failed to engage in appropriate vetting for those actors who got the gig.

The actress has described herself as fiscally conservative and socially liberal, and despite the controversy over the commercial, previously acknowledged on CNN that she might vote for Cruz, although Donald Trump was also in the running.

Although expressing initial disappointment on Twitter with the campaign’s decision, Lindsay subsequently indicated during a CNN interview that she was not harboring any hard feelings against the Senator from her home state of Texas, pointing out that that free speech is a two-way street.

She has made a decision: When the June 7 California Primary rolls around, Amy Lindsay is voting for New York real estate mogul Donald Trump, she told CNN’s Jake Tapper.

Lindsay explained that she actually became a Trump fan after reading his best-seller The Art of the Deal in the 1980s.

Trump has had several lackluster debate performances recently and has been accused of a lack of substance as well as being insufficiently conservative.

Against the backdrop of Trump foes insisting that the GOP front-runner lacks specific policy positions, Lindsay recommends that voters read his new tome Crippled America as well as visiting the Trump website.

“People say he’s not talking about policies, that there are issues. Well, he’s got seven of them, pretty specific ones laid out about immigration and taxes and vets…I like what he stands for…”

Based on the “adventure” that she experienced since the Ted Cruz ad controversy, Lindsay admitted that she is sympathetic toward Donald Trump, given the criticism and “lies” being heaped on him from all sides.

In the context of those atmospherics, Donald Trump is simultaneously both a front-runner and an underdog, in her view, going into important GOP primaries tomorrow and next Tuesday.

As far as whether the Cruz commercial aftermath might have affected her vote for Trump, rather than Cruz, Amy Lindsay admitted that “looking back, I think it has a little bit.”

Going against the grain of many of her Hollywood contemporaries, under no circumstances would she vote for Hillary Clinton, she added.

As the Inquistir previously explained, the anti-Marco Rubio spot that was yanked by the Cruz campaign features a group of distraught people sitting in a group therapy circle discussing their disappointment with past voting decisions. The ad was aimed at Florida Senator Rubio, who supported the so-called Gang of 8 comprehensive immigration reform bill, which opponents believe is equivalent to full-on amnesty for illegal aliens. The legislation passed the Senate, but died in the House. With some ambiguity in the explanation, Rubio has since disavowed the bill.

“Maybe you should vote for more than just a pretty face next time,” a woman, portrayed by Lindsay, says at the conclusion of the Cruz ad’s fictional interaction.

The commercial ends with the usual legal reminder from the candidate himself, “I’m Ted Cruz, and I approved this message.”

Amy Lindsay said she enjoyed making the Ted Cruz political ads. She actually appeared in a total of six commercials, but given the controversy about her background, the other five will apparently never see the light of day.

In an interview last month with The Daily Caller, Amy Lindsay joked that of all the GOP presidential candidates, Donald Trump might be the best co-star in a completely theoretical adult film.

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