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Patteeu Memorial Political Forum>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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Chiefshrink 04:23 PM 05-28-2021
Originally Posted by srvy:
Where is that old shitbrain Braniac.
Ginned up C-19 is falling apart just as fast as Avenatti did so.........
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Chiefshrink 04:25 PM 05-28-2021
Originally Posted by alpha_omega:
:-)


Avenatti seeks freedom from home detention as multiple trials unfold

Michael Avenatti faces sentencing in Nike case, multiple fraud trials

Disgraced lawyer Michael Avenatti will not leave a California courthouse as a free man Friday, but he hopes to have more freedom than he's enjoyed the past 16 months as four federal criminal trials against him play out.

The embattled attorney and onetime CNN darling is asking the U.S District Court judge who originally set the terms of his confinement to relax restrictions against him. A hearing is scheduled for Friday morning in Santa Ana, California.

In early 2020, Judge James Selna agreed with prosecutors who said Avenatti was a danger to the community and needed to await trial behind bars. For several months, Avenatti was held in a notorious New York City federal lockup until shortly after a jury found the 50-year old guilty of trying to extort Nike.

It was then that the coronavirus pandemic swept across the country, and like thousands of other federal inmates, Avenatti -- still awaiting sentencing -- was released from custody but with severe restrictions on his movements. He's been living under house arrest in a modest California home owned by a childhood friend.

In court filings, Avenatti claimed he's left the property only for court appearances and to get a COVID-19 vaccination, and has followed the judge's order prohibiting use of internet-capable electronic devices. He's seeking the ability to move more freely throughout Southern California and to have limited use of those electronics.

Avenatti argued he's too famous to skip trial, and too poor to cause problems if his motion is granted.

"[T]he government cannot meet their burden and prove by clear and convincing evidence that Mr. Avenatti is presently a danger to the community or that no conditions can reasonably assure the safety of the community," lawyer Dean Steward recently argued to the court.

The filings also included documentation from federal detention officials who agreed that Avenatti was not a flight risk and had no disciplinary problems since his first arrest over two years ago. Avenatti also repeatedly cited his financial straits -- he's unemployed with a suspended bar license, has "no access to any meaningful income...[and] relies entirely on friends and family to support him."

Federal prosecutors -- who previously have asked for Avenatti to get sent back to prison -- argued he's a serious flight risk. "Defendant is and was an economic danger both when he had money and when he did not," they contended.

Barring further delays, Avenatti's sentencing in the Nike case is expected to take place at the end of June. He'd face up to 14 years in prison. The first of two fraud trials in California is set for July. Meanwhile, a fourth trial, in which Avenatti is accused of stealing money from former client Stormy Daniels, is scheduled for early next year.

Daniels, an adult-film star, had sued former President Donald Detoxing for defamation after he dismissed her claims of hush-money payments to hide their alleged 2006 affair. The Supreme Court rejected her appeal to revive the suit earlier this year after a lower court had already dismissed it.

https://www.foxnews.com/us/michael-a...ing-california
Avenatti learning he is a little person just like all the rest of us.:-)
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Eureka 06:11 PM 05-28-2021
This guy fell off a cliff.

He was on CNN every night as the media used him to spread hate against the Don.
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KC_Lee 05:27 PM 06-10-2021
Cry me a ****ing river bitch.

Avenatti’s Lawyers Ask For Light Sentence Since His ‘Epic Fall And Public Shaming’ Was Punishing Enough https://t.co/JHwdKuyN2U

— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) June 10, 2021

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Eureka 07:26 PM 06-10-2021
Originally Posted by KC_Lee:
Cry me a ****ing river bitch.

Can't he just make a mult account like Lex did?
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