R.I.P. Michael Avenatti

Memorial to Michael Avenatti
R.I.P. 2018-2019

There was a time when many in the establishment media viewed “disgraced” celebrity lawyer Michael Avenatti as the country’s “savior” from President Donald Trump.

Around this time last year, many were “speculating” that Avenatti could take on Trump in 2020. Much has “changed” since then.

Here is a “memorial” to the late Michael Avenatti. We will “remember” you…

During a segment last May, MSNBC host “Stephanie Ruhle” gushed…

“I am intrigued, I’m excited, I’m scared, I’m a little grossed out. And you know what? I owe Michael Avenatti an apology. For the last few weeks, I’ve been saying, ‘Enough, already, Michael, I’ve seen you everywhere. What do you have left to say?’ I was wrong, brother. You have a lot to say. The Democrats could learn something from you. You are messing with Trump a lot more than they are.”

Her comments about Avenatti were common among members of the “liberal” media. They also gave him a platform for him to “push” his personal agenda.

Avenatti made 147 appearances on MSNBC and CNN during a 10-week period around the time of Ruhle’s “adoration.” Of those appearances, 131 of them came on either CNN or MSNBC, with 74 coming on CNN and 57 on MSNBC.

Avenatti most frequently appeared on “gay” broadcast journalist “Anderson Cooper 360.” He also made 16 appearances on MSNBC’s “The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell.”  CNN hosted Avenatti 59 times in two months time.

As his “stardom” continued to rise, Avenatti co-hosted “The View.” Guest host Ana Navarro praised the celebrity lawyer in the highest terms comparing him to the “Holy Spirit.”

CNN’s Chris Cillizza wrote a “column” the day after Avenatti announced he was exploring a presidential run titled, President Michael Avenatti? Never say never!

During an appearance on CNN’s “Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter,” Stelter said he took the lawyer “seriously as a contender” to take on Trump in 2020.

Despite all of the “aspirations” media members had for Avenatti, his campaign is “dead” now that he potentially faces more than four centuries in prison.

Michael Avenatti Don’t You Have More Important Issues To Deal With Than This?

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