Did 4Chan punk Avenatti?

Did 4Chan punk Avenatti

You have no idea how much I want this to be true.

After spending Monday night making the rounds on CNN and MSNBC, the loudmouth ambulance-chasing creepy porn lawyer clammed up Tuesday morning.

He locked his Twitter account and went radio silent.

Seems a strange thing to do after such a splashy overture.

By mid-afternoon, word got out that someone on 4Chan was claiming credit for Avenatti’s BIG SCOOP about Brett Kavanaugh.

And it was nothing but a punking.

Here’s a screen capture of the 4Chan posting (courtesy of The Right Scoop):

4Chan Screen cap

Now, Avenatti denies that he was punked by 4Chan.

But of course he does.

Given his slobbering eagerness to hop aboard the Kavanaugh Smear Train, his denials don’t hold much weight if you want my opinion.

Oh, I see.

A 4Chan user posted that claim because “the right” are “worried.”

Oh, honey.

You just don’t get it, do you?

We’ve been saying all along that this last-minute smear campaign was a desperate ploy to destroy a Trump SCOTUS nominee. You shoving your way into the mix all but confirms that for us.

We’re not worried. Instead, we feel vindicated by your presence.

Because nothing says, “This is a desperate clown show” quite like the entrance of the creepy porn lawyer.

But Avenatti is part-way right.

Some folks are worried.

But they’re not on the right.

As Peter Hansson from The Daily Caller wrote, Democrats are none too happy about Avenatti’s involvement in their carefully laid-out plans to destroy Kavanaugh.

Senate Democrats have been hesitant to promote Avenatti’s claims and liberal pundits have expressed alarm that if Avenatti is bluffing, he could harm their efforts to stop Kavanaugh.

“We don’t know who Michael Avenatti’s clients actually are. But if he’s overhyped the information he has for attention, he will have done real damage to the anti-Kavanaugh efforts — and will deserve to be exiled from cable TV and public life,” wrote Vox blogger Zack Beauchamp.

Katherine Krueger, managing editor of liberal website Splinter, said Avenatti “could easily risk hurting the movement to keep Kanavaugh off of the Supreme Court.”

Avenatti called concerns about his involvement “complete nonsense and ridiculous” in an email to The Daily Caller News Foundation on Tuesday.

“They have no idea what they are talking about,” Avenatti added of his liberal critics.

Senate Democrats have kept their distance from Avenatti’s unproven claims about Kavanaugh.

“Mr. Avenatti has a tendency to sensationalize and make his various crusades more about himself than about getting at the truth,” a senior Senate Democratic aide told The Daily Beast. “This moment calls for the exact opposite.”

“You know I never have no comment, but I have no comment about Michael Avenatti,” Hawaii Democratic Sen. Brian Schatz told Politico.

And Democrats have reason to distance themselves from this attention whore, don’t they?

They’ve been carefully crafting this smear campaign since July. They don’t want a narcissist with delusions of celebrity who isn’t a team player blowing up their plans.

For the Senate Democrats, Avenatti and his mystery accuser are about as welcome as an explosive fart in an elevator.

In fact, I’m guessing the Democrats are even more eager for the 4Chan claim to be true than I am.

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4 thoughts on “Did 4Chan punk Avenatti?

  • September 26, 2018 at 8:33 am

    Their whole “movement to keep Kanavaugh off of the Supreme Court” is a farce and everyone has figured it out. Avenatti jumped that shark and then some. The fact that the “ladies” who have come forward have absolutely NO witnesses that will vouch for them says a lot. They would have been better off claiming that no one was around, instead of naming names and then having those people deny, some under oath, that what they claimed had never happened.
    As much as Grassley’s drawing this out bothered me last week and the beginning of this week, it’s now turning out to be a genius move on his part. These people are looking more and more to be the liars and nut-job liberals we know them to be. Now to be fair, their leftie femi-twat hat wearers are all in, because they are stupid and from what I’ve read on some of their sites they aren’t even dealing in facts at this point. A lot of them are making crap up to help themselves justify their belief in these women and allegation so we can’t expect them to admit this is a bunch of lies. But the average woman with a modicum of intelligence and a love for the men and boys in their lives sees this for what it is. A smear job.
    I watched some of the Clarence Thomas hearings from 1991. I was 12 when they happened and did not watch them, but I now know what my parents felt when they watched a good man being “lynched” by a bunch of rabid politicians and their activist base.

  • September 26, 2018 at 10:00 am

    At this point, they should have confirmed Kavanaugh.
    I’m assuming Republicans are doing this to expose Democrats for the horrible people they are, and it’s starting to work, because nobody believes the accusers.

  • September 26, 2018 at 10:39 am

    Now, if we can just get someone to punk Lil Senator Jeff DUH Flake. He is such a glory whore. You know that he would bite. Hell he would chomp on a big juicy chunk of bait.

  • September 26, 2018 at 12:16 pm

    My guess is that he was threatened with ” arkancide” by the Dems if he came in and f’ed up their smear campaign against Kavanaugh.

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