Michael Avenatti Just Said What We're All Thinking About Donald Trump's Mockery of Christine Blasey Ford, and People Are Cheering
Attorney Michael Avenatti took President Donald Trump to task after he, speaking at a rally in Mississippi last night, openly mocked Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, the Stanford University professor who alleges Brett Kavanaugh, his Supreme Court nominee, sexually assaulted her at a party in high school.
"Call him what he is - a misogynist pig with no respect for women," Avenatti wrote, in part.
Republican Senator Just Victim Blamed Brett Kavanaugh's Latest Accuser, and Twitter Is Dragging Him Hard
A third woman—Julie Swetnick—stepped forward Wednesday to accuse President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee—Brett Kavanaugh—of sexual assault. Swetnick—represented by lawyer Michael Avenatti—provided a sworn affidavit detailing high school parties she attended where Kavanaugh and the witness named in Dr. Christine Blasey Ford's allegations—Mark Judge—both attended.
In an attempt to defend the nominee his party endorsed so stridently, a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee took to Twitter Wednesday for the standard defense ploy of victim blaming and slut shaming. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina posted a series of four tweets in response to Swetnick's sworn statement.
Donald Trump Just Took Michael Avenatti's Bait on Twitter and Avenatti Is Dragging Him All the Way Down
President Donald Trump lashed out at attorney Michael Avenatti shortly after Avenatti revealed the identity of his client, Julie Swetnick, who is now the third woman to come forward with sexual assault claims against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
The president, who has in the last few days sought to undermine accusations brought to national attention by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, called Avenatti "a third rate lawyer who is good at making false accusations" against him and "is just looking for attention."
Michael Avenatti Is Putting the Senate Judiciary Committee on Blast for Ignoring His Demands for an Investigation Into Kavanaugh's Latest Accuser
Michael Avenatti on Wednesday revealed explosive new allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and called on the Senate Judiciary Committee to hold off on confirming Kavanaugh until there is a full FBI investigation.
Avenatti is representing Julie Swetnick, who claims she witnessed a slew of gang rapes facilitated by Kavanaugh and his friends while they were in high school. Swetnick is a former federal employee who has held multiple security clearances in various government agencies and is now the third woman to accuse Kavanaugh of sexual assault.
Michael Avenatti Just Revealed He's Representing a Third Brett Kavanaugh Accuser, and His Suggested Questions for Kavanaugh Are Disturbing
Michael Avenatti revealed on Sunday that he is representing a third woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct. Avenatti made the announcement in a series of tweets containing graphic questions about Kavanaugh's behavior during his time at Yale University.
"I represent a woman with credible information regarding Judge Kavanaugh and Mark Judge," Avenatti wrote. "We will be demanding the opportunity to present testimony to the committee and will likewise be demanding that Judge and others be subpoenaed to testify. The nomination must be withdrawn."
Michael Avenatti Is Calling Out Fox News For the Bonkers Chyron They Used to Describe Him During His Interview With Tucker Carlson
The term chyron refers to the electronically generated caption superimposed on a television or movie screen. Most of us have seen them, but not known what they are called. The term originated in the 1970s from Chyron Corporation, the original creator.
The blurbs flashed at the bottom of live news broadcasts help identify the program, a specific guest and any other pertinent information. Or in the case of Fox News and Tucker Carlson, they provide an opportunity to draw criticism for being childish and petty.
As Michael Cohen Pleads Guilty in Federal Court, Michael Avenatti Is Gleefully Trolling Rudy Giuliani on Twitter
President Donald Trump's former lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to eight criminal counts - five charges of felony tax evasion, two counts of campaign finance violations, and one count of bank fraud - in a deal struck with federal prosecutors in New York on Tuesday.