Uh Oh, Did Creepy Porn Lawyer Avenatti Get Pranked By Internet Trolls On Kavanaugh Gang-Rape Ring Allegation?

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Posted: Sep 25, 2018 3:25 PM
Uh Oh, Did Creepy Porn Lawyer Avenatti Get Pranked By Internet Trolls On Kavanaugh Gang-Rape Ring Allegation?

There is another allegation lobbed against Brett Kavanaugh. It hasn’t been given much oxygen because, well, the cast of characters is suspect. Stormy Daniels’ lawyer Michael Avenatti reportedly has information that Kavanaugh and Mark Judge had a gang-rape ring that operated in the 1980s. Judge is a man Christine Blasey Ford cited in her allegation of an attempted sexual assault by a drunken 17-year-old Kavanaugh at a high school party. Judge and everyone else mentioned as a potential witness has refuted her story. There are no witnesses, there’s no evidence, and Ford can’t remember key details about the incident, like why there was a party in the first place, how she got there, and who owned the house where it was held to some 30-plus years ago. The allegation is thin. It’s evidence-free—but it’s plunged the whole nomination into chaos. There’s a hearing on this development set for Thursday. But back to Avenatti, Leah has more:

Attorney Michael Avenatti created even more buzz on Sunday regarding allegations of sexual assault against judge Brett Kavanaugh after not only tweeting that he has a client with “credible information” on President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee and his high school friend Mark Judge, but that these men targeted women to “allow a ‘train’ of men to subsequently gang rape them.”

“I represent a woman with credible information regarding Judge Kavanaugh and Mark Judge,” he wrote earlier on Sunday. “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“The nomination must be withdrawn,” he added.

Oh, and there’s this yearbook entry Avenatti brought up on social media.

“Brett Kavanaugh must also be asked about this entry in his yearbook: "FFFFFFFourth of July." We believe that this stands for: Find them, French them, Feel them, Finger them, F*ck them, Forget them. As well as the term "Devil's Triangle." Perhaps Sen. Grassley can ask him,” he wrote on Twitter.

Enter Ed Morrissey at Hot Air with the kill shot:

Gee, how did the FBI miss that in six background checks? Full disclosure: My yearbooks from high school have more than one inscription that reads, “May you have all your ups and downs in bed.” At the time it was adolescent wishful thinking, bit now I’m pretty sure that disqualifies me for public service. Was that code for sexual assault, Mr. Morrissey?

It’s insane. It’s so ridiculous that one has to wonder whether Avenatti might inadvertently crash the whole anti-Kavanaugh project with the backlash. The motives behind these attacks, and their increasingly unhinged quality, have become so painfully obvious that all of the claims will lilely get wrapped up together in a blanket of absurdity.

Also, there’s this:

After all that on Sunday night, is it possible Avenatti got pranked by Internet trolls?  

Then again, this could be too good to be true:

So, for argument's sake, we have a possible Internet prank, along with two allegations of sexual misconduct from women directed at Judge Kavanaugh that have no witnesses or no evidence. Witnesses that were supposedly cited in their accounts have refuted the claims. There is not a single person, other than the accuser, who has confirmed either story. It’s so thin that even The New York Times passed running a story on the second allegation; Ronan Farrow and Jane Mayer of The New Yorker posted a story about Deborah Ramirez who alleges Kavanaugh exposed himself at a college party at Yale. Overall, when you look at all of it, the anti-Kavanaugh plot here is an embarrassingly thin political hit job. Senate Republicans should hold the hearing and push for the vote. Period. 

Maybe Avenatti wasn't pranked, but then again, I won't be surprised if this allegation is nonsense as well. Regardless, enjoy some entertaining speculation on that front

UPDATE: Oh wait--the Avenatti accuser might not come forward?

Via John Nolte:

"Let me be clear: We will disclose the client’s name and accusations only when SHE is ready and we have adequate security measures in place. And not a moment before that,” Avenatti tweeted. “It is her choice and hers alone as to when to surface bc it is her life. We expect it within the next 36 hrs.”