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Washington DC and The Holy Land>Michael Avenatti is a Superstar
Lex Luthor 12:16 AM 05-20-2018
Michael Avenatti is Donald Trump's second-worst nightmare.

The honor of being Donald Trump's worst nightmare obviously goes to Robert Mueller, as Mueller is slowly but surely tightening the noose on the Russian Colluder in Chief. But Mueller is running a tight ship. No leaks are coming from Mueller's team, and Mueller himself is very tight-lipped about what he has found.

This is where Michael Avenatti joins the party. He goes on all of the talk shows and exposes Trump and his lackey Giuliani as the fools that they are.

It is unlikely that Avenatti has any information that Mueller does not. But Avenatti is doing something that Mueller cannot. He is fighting (and clearly winning) the battle of public opinion. He is beating trump at his own game: A media barrage where he is always at the center.

When feeble old Giuliani declared that Avenatti is an "ambulance chaser", Avenatti responded with this hilarious and epic takedown:

Rudy Giuliani - the only “ambulance” I have ever chased in my career is the one you are driving right now in a desperate attempt to save this presidency. Any time you would like to compare our legal careers and cases over the last 15 yrs, I would be happy to. #sirens #basta

— Michael Avenatti (@MichaelAvenatti) May 3, 2018



Another awesome tweet from Michael Avenatti, Superstar:

This is getting too easy. What an absolute train wreck this guy is. EVERY time!!! #Embarrassment #TimeForPasture #DazedConfused #Basta

Unfair!’ Rudy Giuliani explodes when CNN’s Cuomo plays clip of him saying presidents must obey subpoenas https://t.co/AszT6ZZx9D via rawstory

— Michael Avenatti (@MichaelAvenatti) May 18, 2018


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alpha_omega 07:47 PM 05-20-2018
Superstar? Maybe if there had been something on the dvd. Otherwise, no.
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Eleazar 07:53 PM 05-20-2018
Originally Posted by Lex Luthor:
The honor of being Donald Trump's worst nightmare obviously goes to Robert Mueller, as Mueller is slowly but surely tightening the noose on the Russian Colluder in Chief.
You're going to overdose on that KOS kool-aide, dude.
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AMDChief 07:54 PM 05-20-2018

Hey @foxandfriends - can you spare 15-30 min this week for Mr. Giuliani and I to appear on your show and discuss the issues and facts in the case? Iíll even let him distract by calling me an ďambulance chaserĒ all he wants. And I wonít use any old video clips. Please set it up.

— Michael Avenatti (@MichaelAvenatti) May 20, 2018



:-)
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IowaHawkeyeChief 08:02 PM 05-20-2018
Originally Posted by AMDChief:



:-)
The hero of the left... Please keep pumping this shitstain...
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AMDChief 08:13 PM 05-20-2018
Originally Posted by IowaHawkeyeChief:
The hero of the left... Please keep pumping this shitstain...
I understand. I mean Gouliani has done so well since he's been back....


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NJChiefsFan27 09:05 PM 05-20-2018
Lol Baby Lee. Dude, we can think what Stormy’s lawyer is doing is awesome and still think Trump is a piece of human garbage. That said, neither should be anywhere near elected office.
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Lex Luthor 09:37 PM 05-20-2018
Originally Posted by Baby Lee:
Horse shit. The thread started by YOU has the central premise that Avenatti is a superstar because he's Trump's worst nightmare. And the premise that he's Trump's worst nightmare is founded in him playing the media with sick burns, unsubstantiated innuendo, insults and tweets.

Your premise, stated by you with no prodding or instigation from me or any other poster here, is that Avenatti is awesome because he's doing things you hate Trump for, but he's doing them against Trump, which converts fungible acts, demeanors, and demonstrations of [however you want to term it] moral fiber, coarseness of discourse, crassness, . . . whatever, from an irritation to a catharsis for you personally.

No different than how all us Chiefs fans cackled with glee whenever Sean Smith would clutch scrote in the dogpile when he was on our team, but we would curse dirty players like Romanowski in the same breath.
There is one crucial difference between Trump and Avanatti. Youíre apparently too much of a simpleton to figure this out for yourself, so I will explain it to you as I would a child.

Trump is the President of the United States. Heís not supposed to blurt out every moronic thought he has, every minute he has them. Avanatti is not the President. Presidents used to be held to a higher standard and more was expected from them, but Trump has changed all of that with his buffoonery and outright corruption.

Surely even a moron like you can understand the difference. However, given the emotional outbursts youíve been spewing out lately, itís starting to look like youíre not capable of understanding ANYTHING other than ďTrump good. Me no like people who donít like Trump!Ē

Itís a shame, watching you deteriorate like this. You didnít used to be such a buffoonish oaf.
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frozenchief 09:37 PM 05-20-2018
Avanetti’s firm acted with “malice, oppression and fraud” toward a former partner and he was ordered to pay $4.85 million. Avanetti personally agreed to pay it. That is, he agreed to pay it, not the firm. The initial $2 million payment was due this week. He didn’t pay, according to a suit filed recently. The arbitration award, the arbitration findings and Avanetti’s promise to pay are public record.

http://www.latimes.com/politics/la-n...517-story.html
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Baby Lee 09:46 PM 05-20-2018
Originally Posted by Lex Luthor:
There is one crucial difference between Trump and Avanatti. You’re apparently too much of a simpleton to figure this out for yourself, so I will explain it to you as I would a child.

Trump is the President of the United States. He’s not supposed to blurt out every moronic thought he has, every minute he has them. Avanatti is not the President. Presidents used to be held to a higher standard and more was expected from them, but Trump has changed all of that with his buffoonery and outright corruption.

Surely even a moron like you can understand the difference. However, given the emotional outbursts you’ve been spewing out lately, it’s starting to look like you’re not capable of understanding ANYTHING other than “Trump good. Me no like people who don’t like Trump!”

It’s a shame, watching you deteriorate like this. You didn’t used to be such a buffoonish oaf.
Sad . . . Sad you think you had to explain any of that to me. Sad you think this particular exchange has anything to do with defending Trump himself. Sad you are decompensating so wildly, that you're now just hurling insults with random abandon for the fleeting catharsis.

Don't worry, though. You're not the first and certainly won't be the last to pull the 'you used to be smart until we disagreed' gambit.

I choose to remain a forgiving guy, and hold out hope there's enough remaining decency smoldering somewhere within you that there will come a time when you regret outbursts like these. Until that time, good luck with your emotional stability.
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Pitt Gorilla 09:58 PM 05-20-2018
I wonder why Rudy thought the playing of his own words was unfair.
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Shaid 11:05 PM 05-20-2018
Originally Posted by frozenchief:
Avanettiís firm acted with ďmalice, oppression and fraudĒ toward a former partner and he was ordered to pay $4.85 million. Avanetti personally agreed to pay it. That is, he agreed to pay it, not the firm. The initial $2 million payment was due this week. He didnít pay, according to a suit filed recently. The arbitration award, the arbitration findings and Avanettiís promise to pay are public record.

http://www.latimes.com/politics/la-n...517-story.html
Just confirms what I've thought from the first time I saw this guy, he uses Trump tactics. It's why Trump fears him so much, he's better at it then Trump because he's smarter. People also apparently think he's a guy who doesn't care about tossing stuff out there in the media so they provide him with info and he happily shares it to keep himself in the limelight. He even teases little bits here and there before releasing it. Sounds very Trump-like. Honestly not a fan of the guy, it is funny to see Trump squirm under his own tactics though. Trump supporters would be hanging from him nuts if he was on the Right. He's a younger, smarter Trump. I hope he disappears the same time as Trump.
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Lex Luthor 11:14 PM 05-20-2018
Originally Posted by Shaid:
Just confirms what I've thought from the first time I saw this guy, he uses Trump tactics. It's why Trump fears him so much, he's better at it then Trump because he's smarter. People also apparently think he's a guy who doesn't care about tossing stuff out there in the media so they provide him with info and he happily shares it to keep himself in the limelight. He even teases little bits here and there before releasing it. Sounds very Trump-like. Honestly not a fan of the guy, it is funny to see Trump squirm under his own tactics though. Trump supporters would be hanging from him nuts if he was on the Right. He's a younger, smarter Trump. I hope he disappears the same time as Trump.
Perfectly stated.
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frozenchief 01:53 PM 06-01-2018
The more we learn of Avenatti, the worse he looks:

http://www.latimes.com/politics/la-n...601-story.html
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vailpass 02:15 PM 06-01-2018
Avenatti request for help from liberal donors turned down: report

Michael Avenatti, the attorney for adult film star Stormy Daniels, reportedly sought help from liberal donors in his fight against President Trump and attorney Michael Cohen -- but was unable to secure the additional funding.


Avenatti on Friday disputed the account, which was published in The New York Times, and claimed that -- to the contrary -- he has turned down Republican offers of financial help.

“Never happened,” Avenatti told Fox News in an email, regarding the reported contact with liberal donors. “But what I can tell you is we have turned down over $200,000 in the last month from 3 separate republican donors looking to harm the President.”

The Times reported that Avenatti, though, contacted an official in the network of liberal groups led by Media Matters founder David Brock. The Times also reported that someone associated with Avenatti’s law firm contacted two people connected to major Democratic donors.

Brock’s groups include Media Matters, ShareBlue, American Bridge Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, and others. Last year, Brock’s network aimed to raise $40 million to fight Trump.

According to the Times, the conversations did not lead to any financial help for the legal battle. Brock’s groups reportedly decided not to donate to Avenatti and Daniels, saying the legal fight was being played out in the media...

...But Avenatti has faced questions in recent weeks over who is financing the legal fight.

Mark Penn, former top pollster for Bill and Hillary Clinton, said last month that Avenatti should reveal who is funding him.

“Avenatti needs to come forward with exactly who is financing his operation, who his sources were for [Cohen’s] detailed banking information, and whether he really is an attorney solely representing Stormy Daniels or just using her as cover to wage a political operation,” Penn wrote in an op-ed for The Hill...

...The California State Bar Association has launched an investigation into Avenatti and his role in the purchase of Tully’s Coffee several years ago through an entity called Global Baristas.

The complaint was filed by attorney David Nold of Bellevue, Wash. The complaint says Avenatti and Global Baristas faced a lien for unpaid federal taxes worth roughly $5 million, claiming taxes were withheld from workers’ paychecks but not paid to the government. The complaint called into question Avenatti’s “fitness to practice law.”..

...The Wall Street Journal also reported Friday that in 2015, Avenatti and his wife entered a deal with casino mogul Gary Primm to buy his mansion for $15.75 million without a mortgage. The couple reportedly moved in later that year after making a $1 million deposit and agreeing to monthly payments of $900,000 toward the price. The Journal reported that two days before $14 million was due, an anonymously owned company filed notice of a lawsuit against the property, freeing Avenatti to back out of the deal.


http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018...wn-report.html
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Baby Lee 09:03 AM 06-02-2018
What I've posted in this thread all preceded catching up on this show, but anyone with a hagiographic outlook on Avenatti, I would implore, implore, you to find a way to catch the last 2-3 episodes of The Circus on Showtime.

It's a center-left program with a decidedly establishment bent [Heilemann, McKinnon, Wagner], and even their antennae are up about him.
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