(National Sentinel) Stuff it: Porn star lawyer and media whore Michael Avenatti just can’t seem to get any traction with the Senate Judiciary Committee — or anyone else — regarding his client, Julie Swetnick, whose sexual allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh are falling flat.
Apparently, Avenatti has been pestering the chief counsel for the Senate Judiciary Committee, Mike Davis, to take his client’s allegations seriously. Swetnick has accused Kavanaugh of helping to drug women during parties in his college days so that a “rape train” of men could sexually abuse them.
Her story was never believable but it completely fell apart — along with any remaining credibility Avenatti still had — when she recanted claims during an NBC News interview Monday. NBC also could not corroborate any of her claims.
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Avenatti has been bugging Davis to “respond to our requests.”
“Stop playing games,” Avenatti wrote in a Tuesday email to Davis. “If you are the Chief Counsel, then you need to do your job. Please respond to our requests.”
That didn’t sit well with Davis, who verbally backhanded Avenatti in his response.
“We have already reviewed your client’s allegations. We focus on credible allegations. Please stop emailing me.”
RIP Michael Avenetti
I hope Grassley's chief of counsel Mike Davis is held accountable for this gruesome slaying. pic.twitter.com/cFcgcv4N9l
— Jason Howerton (@jason_howerton) October 2, 2018
Swetnick’s own past has also come back to haunt her.
“So much so, in fact, that Louisiana Republican Sen. Bill Cassidy on Tuesday recommended an FBI investigation into Swetnick for making false statements about Judge Kavanaugh,” The Daily Caller reported.
“A criminal referral should be sent to the FBI/DOJ regarding the apparently false affidavit signed by Julie Swetnick that was submitted to the Senate by @MichaelAvenatti,” Cassidy tweeted.
A criminal referral should be sent to the FBI/DOJ regarding the apparently false affidavit signed by Julie Swetnick that was submitted to the Senate by @MichaelAvenatti.
— U.S. Senator Bill Cassidy, M.D. (@SenBillCassidy) October 2, 2018
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