Michael Avenatti claims he has client with ‘credible information’ on alleged Kavanaugh misconduct

September 24, 2018

Michael Avenatti claims he has client with ‘credible information’ on alleged Kavanaugh misconduct a katz / Shutterstock

The Democrats’ smear campaign against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh just got the advocate it really needed all along: Stormy Daniels’ sleazy clown lawyer, Michael Avenatti.

Never missing an opportunity to promote himself or his absurd presidential ambitions, the porn star’s lawyer said on Sunday that he represents a client who has “credible information” about the Supreme Court nominee and his former high school classmate, Mark Judge, who Christine Blasey Ford says was present when Kavanaugh allegedly assaulted her.

When Senate staff reached out to Avenatti about the tweet, he claimed that Kavanaugh and Judge would get women drunk at parties in order to let a “train” of men gang rape them back in the early 1980s. Avenatti has since demanded an opportunity for additional witnesses to testify before the Senate and said that Kavanaugh’s nomination should be withdrawn.

Avenatti pushes damaging information Kavanaugh

Mike Davis, Chief Counsel for Nominations for U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary, reached out to Avenatti after he tweeted about possessing the damaging information on Kavanaugh and Judge. Avenatti later tweeted images of the email exchange with Davis, in which he teased — as he often does — his explosive, damaging claims.

“We are aware of significant evidence of multiple house parties in the Washington, D.C. area during the early 1980s during which Brett Kavanaugh, Mark Judge and others would participate in the targeting of women with alcohol/drugs in order to allow a ‘train’ of men to subsequently gang rape them,” Avenatti told Davis.

The porn lawyer also claimed to have multiple witnesses ready to corroborate the story. He gave the Senate a series of questions to ask Kavanaugh immediately, including: “Did you ever attend any house party during which a woman was gang-raped or used for sex by multiple men? Did you ever witness a line of men outside a bedroom at any house party where you understood a woman was in the bedroom being raped or taken advantage of?”

Avenatti clarified that his client is not Deborah Ramirez, a second woman who has come forward with accusations of misconduct against Kavanaugh. Ramirez, a former Yale classmate of Kavanaugh’s, claimed in a story in the New Yorker on Sunday that the Supreme Court hopeful exposed himself to her at a dorm party in the 1980s.

Demands yearbook investigation

Playing up his self-styled image as a force for good who restlessly seeks the truth (his Twitter profile actually says “Force for Good”), Avenatti tweeted a second screenshot of the email exchange with Davis in which he made it look like the Senate was trying to hide something.

“Here are subsequent emails between me and Mr. Davis,” Avenatti wrote. “It appears that (1) the Committee has an issue with this process being public and (2) the Committee wants to avoid Mr. Judge testifying or even requesting that he testify. Both are absolute necessities.”

In a separate tweet, Avenatti demanded an investigation into a phrase from Kavanaugh’s high school yearbook.

On Monday, Avenatti demanded that Judge is subpoenaed, called for an FBI investigation, and said that his client — who he said has worked in the federal government — is willing to take a lie detector test. He also told Politico that the unidentified woman will go public within 48 hours with an on-air interview that provides more details.

Avenatti, who aspires to become president of the United States, apparently realizes how important it is for him to make a splash in the Kavanaugh clown show. Circus, meet Clown.


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Matthew Boose

Matthew Boose is a staff writer for Conservative Institute. He has a Bachelor's degree from Stony Brook University and has contributed to The Daily Caller and The Stony Brook Press.