You know who was missing from this whole Kavanaugh scandal?

A porn star’s lawyer.

That’s at least what 2020 hopeful Michael Avenatti is thinking, the man who made a name for himself camping out in CNN’s green room for over a month last Spring speaking on behalf of his client, adult film actress Stormy Daniels, known for claiming to have schtupped the President and now like, wants money for it or something.

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On Sunday, he announced he has a new client: a woman with credible claims against Kavanaugh:

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Yes, he’s inserted himself right into the middle of what the media and the Democrats are desperately hoping is an epic sex scandal but that unfortunately, despite more women coming forward, still has no witnesses and no evidence whatsoever.

That is…there was no evidence until Michael Avenatti got involved. Now he is saying there’s a secret code–you read that right–in Kavanaugh’s yearbook that will expose him for all his dirty crimes, save Congress, and insert Hillary Clinton right in the oval office, just like 2016 never happened.

He’s the hero Democrats have been waiting for!

Western Journal reports:

Not entirely unlike “The Da Vinci Code,” Avenatti’s latest attempt to stick his nose into a prominent Trump-related issue involves a secret code in Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s childhood yearbook.

“Brett Kavanaugh must also be asked about this entry in his yearbook: ‘FFFFFFFourth of July,’” Avenatti tweeted.

Why must Kavanaugh be asked about what could be a high school student’s attempt to be edgy or cool or excessive in a yearbook quote?

Because all of those F’s, apparently, represent the clandestine motto of sexual assailants everywhere.

“We believe that this stands for: Find them, French them, Feel them, Finger them, F— them, Forget them,” Avenatti claimed.

Um…ew?

Dude, first of all, that’s just disgusting and you are lowering every single person in the country’s IQ and shaming our entire nation globally just by tweeting that.

Although you did remind us all why porn stars hire you. Your mind is in the gutter.

Second of all, even if Kavanaugh had put that in his yearbook and he actually meant it, that’s still pretty far from hardcore proof he literally attempted to rape a woman.

]If the Democrats weren’t so effective at turning this entire thing into a sideshow, they might actually be more convincing at what seems painfully likely to be a messy character assassination right before vital midterms when Dems are clearly sweating and desperate to gain votes.

But Aventatti just had to get involved.

 

 

 

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