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NBC Panel slams porn star lawyer Avenatti, says he’s ‘begging for TV cameras’ (Video)

(National SentinelNo credibility: The shyster lawyer for porn star Stormy Daniels, Michael Avenatti, is “begging for TV cameras” and his latest client, Brett Kavanaugh accuser Julie Swetnick, has huge credibility problems, panelists on Megyn Kelly’s NBC morning show said Monday.

“Today” host Kelly noted that Swetnick has a problematic past, which has been publicized after she accused Kavanaugh, through Avenatti, of engineering “rape trains” while in college — getting girls drugged and drunk so a series of boys could have their way with them.

Needless to say, Kavanaugh has vehemently denied the allegations by Swetnick and two other women, Christine Blasey Ford and Deborah Ramirez. Ford’s story isn’t even credible enough to warrant an investigation, veteran sex crime prosecutor Rachel Mitchell wrote in a report released Sunday after she questioned Ford during a hearing last week held by the Senate Judiciary Committee.

“She [Swetnick] faced allegations of her own misconduct during a stint at a company 18 years ago,” Kelly told her panel, referencing reports that emerged over the weekend, the Washington Free Beacon reported.

“[A former employer said] she engaged in unwelcome sexually offensive conduct herself … she made false and retaliatory allegations against her coworkers … she took medical leave and simultaneously received unemployment benefits,” Kelly noted further.

According to those reports, Swetnick also said she attended Johns Hopkins University, but the former employer found no record of her having ever gone there.

As for Avenatti, he’s been complaining that the FBI hasn’t contacted Swetnick to ask her about her allegations. Gee, it’s almost as if the FBI knows who and what those two are.

The Today panel said that Avenatti was “begging” for TV cameras more than anything else, though he says his clients want to remain out of the spotlight.

“It is outrageous that my client has not been contacted by the FBI because Trump is instructing them not to,” Avenatti tweeted on Monday. “He is trying to ram through a nomination by purposely preventing the truth from being known. This is a threat to our very democracy.”

Actually, shyster lawyers and Democrats are a threat to our country, which, by the way, isn’t a democracy, but rather a republic.

“She may not like the FBI looking more closely,” said Amy Holmes, co-host of PBS’ “In Principle,” of Swetnick.

NBC legal analyst Dan Goldman added, “She has some real credibility problems.”

“He’s been begging for TV cameras,” Holmes said of Avenatti.

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