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Mar 26 2019

Michael Avenatti, Mark Geragos, and CNN

Moonbat politics and skeeviness naturally go together, so it is no surprise that certain left-liberal lawyers leave a slimy trail behind them as they move across a room. This does not reflect well upon the propaganda outlets who present them as authoritative voices. Specifically, I refer to porn lawyer Michael Avenatti:

The arrest Monday of Michael Avenatti in an extortion case reportedly linked to fellow celebrity lawyer Mark Geragos sparked trouble for two men who recently had been fixtures on cable news, especially CNN.

Avenatti became a regular fixture on CNN and MSNBC (appearing 108 times between March 7 and May 10) by representing porn star Stormy Daniels against Trump. He tried to extort as much as $25 million from his fellow moonbats at Nike, threatening them with bad publicity.

The attorney, who also was accused of embezzling a client’s money to pay his own expenses, was charged with extortion and bank and wire fraud in separate cases in New York and California. He was arrested in New York.

Avenatti’s coconspirator has been identified as Mark Geragos, whose unsavory client list includes child molester Michael Jackson, hate hoaxer Jussie Smollett, pardoned Clinton accomplice Susan McDougal, and ultra-moonbat washed-up football player Colin Kaepernick — who is the face of Nike.

Geragos is no longer listed as a legal analyst on CNN’s website. It’s a little late to shut the barn door now. The public is already aware of the caliber of CNN’s experts.

Last year, CNN was so big on Avenatti that its chief media correspondent Brian Stelter hyped him as a 2020 presidential candidate, telling him,

“One reason I’m taking you seriously as a contender is because of your presence on cable news.”

Geragos would make an appropriate VP. The two might have to run from behind bars though.

On tips from Byron, Stormfax, Dragon’s Lair, Rusty Bill, Steve T, and 1-Bodhisattva.




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