in the vicinity ofthe video jury convicts Michael Avenatti in Nike extortion trial
Stormy Daniels’ ex-lawyer Michael Avenatti found guilty on all three points in Nike-extortion-study; David Lee Miller reports.
Sen Ben Sasse, R-Neb., not to take apparently was in the mood for the high road Friday was sentenced to celebrity lawyer Michael Avenatti, a Federal jury giant Nike is trying to extort sportswear.
The senator’s office made a statement after the verdict, that the said Avenatti, as a “noted scumbag” and “left-wing media darling, orchestrated attacks on justice Brett Kavanaugh.”
“Michael Avenatti is a D-list lawyer, but a grade-A scumbag,” Sasse began. “It is hard to get airtime out of jail, so Nike-profits is cable television, a loss. At the end of, Michael Avenatti not a real lawyer, he has only played in television.”
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Avenatti, was indignant in the year 2018, according to Sasse came across him in a Senate speech in which the senator discussed the pain and the difficulties that the contentious confirmation process had brought to the families of the two Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford, the defendant, the then DC Federal court judge of the attempted sexual assault while in high school.
“Two families: the Ford family, the Kavanaugh family, both of which were households with children, the recipient of constant death threats, and for what? For a seat on the Supreme Court? We don’t know about that, if people are threatening death. This is agreed with the tribe, the” Sasse-who, in order to confirm, Kavanaugh — said at the time.
Referencing Avenatti representation of the subsequent Prosecutor Julie Swetnick-who had claimed Kavanaugh was “present” during the alleged gang rape of high-school-parties-Sasse said in the Senate that the American “body politic” will not improve ” by adding more oxygen to the one-man clown show, the Michael Avenatti.”
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Avenatti responded to the criticism by calling Sasse a “one-man-idiot who knows nothing about the law or the [BGH].”
The testimony of Sasse’s office concluded with the finding that Avenatti “faces up to 42 years in prison for his geniality legal theories.”
Fox News’ Andrew O ‘ Reilly and Brooke Singman contributed to this report.