Michael Avenatti

Avenatti Goes Ave-NUTTY on CNN with Pure Gibberish

I’m going to be extremely frank here, and I don’t want that to alarm you:  We have reached a new pinnacle of absurdity in American politics.

Allow me to demonstrate.  The following headline is 100% accurate:

“Porn star’s lawyer jumps into Supreme Court confirmation process.”

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Here we are, concerned over the opinion of a lawyer whose stepping stone was a washed up adult film actress who thought that she could shame the President by claiming that she slept with him.  So, if sleeping with you is shameful…what do you stand for, Stormy?

Now Michael Avenatti, Stormy Daniel’s attorney, has upped even his own bizarro-world ante by going bananas, live on CNN.

On Monday’s broadcast of CNN’s “Cuomo Primetime,” attorney Michael Avenatti promised “detailed allegations” against Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh in the next 48 hours and reacted to Kavanaugh’s claim that he never had sex in high school by saying he doesn’t believe Kavanaugh’s claim and wondering, “are we going to get into a definition of sexual intercourse?”

Avenatti said that in the next 48 hours there will be “detailed allegations,” and that one of his clients who has information on Kavanaugh will come forward. He added that there is corroboration for the client who will come forward.

Avenatti then reacted to Kavanaugh’s response to Avenatti’s claims where Kavanaugh said he never sexually assaulted anyone and didn’t have sex or anything close to it in high school. Avenatti stated that Kavanaugh’s claim isn’t believable and isn’t reconcilable with what Kavanaugh wrote in his yearbook and Kavanaugh’s association with Mark Judge.

Earlier this week, Avenatti insinuated that Brett Kavanaugh may have been involved in a “gang rape” club during his younger days…a claim that has made the “creepy porn lawyer” a bit of a joke within the free press.

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