My previous blog mentioned michael avenatti.
Last year, you could not put on your TV set without seeing his face. He was there, it seemed, pretty much every waking moment of every day.
He was a hot-shot lawyer, representing Stormy Daniels, julie swetnick during the Brett Kavanaugh hearings, and, in the process, taking down President Trump. There was even talk of him running for the Democrat presidential nomination.
Now it is a year later.
-Stormy Daniels is no longer his client and is suing him.
-julie swetnick, proven to be a ridiculous liar at those hearings, is nowhere to be found.
-avenatti’s former law partner is suing him for millions of dollars.
-His law firm has been evicted from its offices for non-payment of rent.
-And avenatti is being charged with trying to extort millions of dollars from Nike.
Tell me: if someone whose activities last year – when he was leading the charge against Donald Trump – were daily lead-story material has had this happen to him since then, wouldn’t you think the same media which gave him non-stop coverage then would be saying at least a little something about him now?
Well, when was the last time you saw a thing about michael avenatti – big or small? Not recently, I’ll bet.
And isn’t it fascinating that this drop from daily coverage to near-ghost status took place when he lost his credibility as a Trump attacker? That’s quite a coincidence, wouldn’t you say?
Or is it a coincidence?
I’ll rely on your common sense to decide the answer….and to decide just how compromised our media really are.