The media circus surrounding adult film star Stormy Daniels shows just how far our country’s journalists have fallen.
The hate-filled liberal media is consumed with taking the President down, even if it means reporting lies instead of facts, and gossip instead of truth.
Now that the Russia collusion story isn’t panning out, the media have inexplicably placed all of their hopes on a porn star’s shaky tale of a decade old affair.
Her lawyer, Michael Avenatti, has gotten billions of dollars worth of airtime on mainstream media, obviously taking advantage of the situation. He clearly craves the spotlight just as much as Daniels does—and now it is turning into their downfall and Trump’s victory.
Those endless interviews are costing Avenatti his claim to fame, and are costing Daniels her attorney.
From The Hill:
Michael Avenatti has withdrawn his request to represent adult-film star Stormy Daniels in the case centered on the FBI raid of President Trump’s attorney Michael Cohen.
Shortly after a conference hearing Wednesday in a federal district court in Manhattan, Avenatti withdrew his request to weigh in on the case.
Avenatti reportedly faced tough questions during the hearing from federal District Judge Kimba Wood, who told him in court on Wednesday he would have to stop his “publicity tour” if he wanted to participate in the case.
Judge Wood cited a particularly damning moment in one of Avenatti’s many interviews. The New York lawyer illegally released alleged financial records of Michael Cohen’s on national television and implied that Cohen was somehow receiving payments through inactive companies.
“You cannot declare your opinion as to Mr. Cohen’s guilt, which you did. You would not be able to give publicity to documents. You’re entitled to publicity. I can’t stop you — unless you’re participating in a matter before me.,” Judge Wood stated.
Just last week, we questioned Avenatti’s credibility after it was uncovered that his firm was hit with a $10 million injunction from Bankruptcy Court over its failure to pay a lawyer for his services.
It seems this was the beginning of the end for the ill-fated attorney. But now that Avenatti’s off the case, he can devote all of his energy to getting on television, which is what he really wanted all along.
Source: The Hill