The conservative-leaning Washington Free Beacon has chosen their 2018 Man of The Year, and this year’s surprise decision goes to a Democrat…but for all the right reasons…
Fox News host Tucker Carlson dubbed him the “creepy porn lawyer”. Avenatti agreed to appear on Carlon’s show, and a show of goodwill, Tucker agreed to not refer to Avenatti as the “creepy porn lawyer.” Carlson remained true to his word but hilariously, kept the words, “Creepy Porn Lawyer” on the screen during Avenatti’s entire interview.
— jimmydrive (@jimmydrive) September 14, 2018
Democrats dreamed about the prospects of the angry, opportunist lawyer destroying Judge Bret Kavanaugh and his chances of becoming the next US Supreme Court Justice. after Avenatti boldly claimed that he had a credible witness who could place Kavanaugh at several parties where gang rapes took place. Avenatti went to great lengths to promise that Julie Swetnick, who had a history of suing for sexual harassment and had a restraining order placed on her by a former boyfriend for assault, was a credible witness who could prove Kavanaugh’s involvement in the gang rapes. Swetnick finally admitted she was lying about Kavanaugh.
From the Washington Free Beacon – The hair-challenged racing enthusiast burst onto the political scene as the “creepy porn lawyer” representing adult film star and former Trump mistress Stormy Daniels and quickly earned a reputation as a street fighter who never backed down from a challenge, or an invitation to appear on television.
Avenatti’s rhetoric reached a fever-pitch when a journalist asked him about his 2020 presidential ambitions and how he would stack up against President Trump? Avenatti told the journalist that he would, “kick his ass.”
Creepy Porn lawyer @MichaelAvenatti:
If run against your president in 2020, I'm gonna kick his a**. pic.twitter.com/XG0rjKHWvL
— Joel Fischer (@JFNYC1) October 21, 2018
Avenatti’s political prospects have diminished significantly of late, most recently due to a domestic violence arrest and an ill-advised defamation case against the president that may end up forcing Stormy Daniels to pay Trump’s $300,000 legal bill. (The porn star says she never even asked Avenatti to file the suit.)
The lawyer’s conduct during the Kavanaugh confirmation process certainly didn’t help his cause. When the judge’s confirmation appeared in peril due to the testimony of Christine Blasey Ford, the litigious hunk could not contain his lust for attention, and brought forth a series of outlandish, unsubstantiated sexual allegations from dubious accusers, eventually getting himself and his “clients” referred to the Justice Department for making false claims in sworn statements. With the waters sufficiently muddied by Avenatti’s hysterical drivel, “Keg Stand” stood tall, and claimed his seat on the high court. Trump’s stellar judicial legacy remained intact.
Avenatti’s shenanigans drew condemnation from Democrats, including potential 2020 candidates such as Bob O’Rourke and Eric Holder. But a grateful nation thanks you, Mr. Avenatti, for your selfless contributions to the cause of right-wing jurisprudence, and offers its best wishes as you navigate the many legal challenges ahead.