Thursday, May 10, 2018

Stormy Daniels' Lawyer Is Connected and Corrupt

You're gonna wanna read this twice.
Michael Avenatti is Stormy Daniels' lawyer. He took over her case in January 2018 after she signed a 5th document that stated she NEVER slept with Trump. He convinced her that she really did sleep with Trump and there was much money to be made in fake news.
Avenatti is CNN's new talking head. He's appeared on CNN 65 times in the past two months. Now, based only on a tweet from the insanely partisan Michael Avenatti, NBC News chose to light the world on fire with this bombshell headline: “Daniels’ lawyer: Cohen got $500K from Russian oligarch Viktor Vekselberg.“
The implication, of course, is that it was actually a Russian oligarch, with close ties to Putin, who paid the $130,000 to silence Stormy so Trump could become President and turn the White House over to the Kremlin.
Avenatti tweeted, “After significant investigation, we have discovered that Mr. Trump’s atty Mr. Cohen received approximately $500,000 in the mos. after the election from a company controlled by a Russian Oligarch with close ties to Mr. Putin. These monies may have reimbursed the $130k payment.”
And NBC News ran wild, free, and naked with it, and the rest of the fake news media dutifully trotted right along. Later, NBC admitted that Avenatti provided no DOCUMENTATION for his claims. Except…here's the problem. They already published the lie. Nobody reads the correction.
There is no proof that the “company controlled by a Russian Oligarch with close ties to Mr. Putin” is indeed a “company controlled by a Russian Oligarch with close ties to Mr. Putin.” The company in question, Columbus Nova, is an American company. One of its biggest clients is Viktor Vekselberg, a Russian oligarch with ties to Putin, which means, wait for it, nothing. All kinds of big American corporations have ties to monied foreigners, including Russians. In a statement, an attorney for Columbus Nova said the management firm is owned and controlled by Americans, not Viktor Vekselberg.
Here is a list of some of the other companies that paid Michael Cohen’s firm Essential Consultants: AT&T, Novartis Investments S.A.R.L. (a multinational pharmaceutical company in Switzerland), and Korea Aerospace Industries. Are we honestly supposed to believe that, through Cohen, a multi-billionaire like Trump would let a Russian oligarch pay the $130,000 for Stormy’s non-disclosure agreement just as the media was heating up its Russia hoax? It seems preposterous that Michael Cohen would accept a nickel from any Russian knowing the collusion investigation was underway. I mean, who would do that? I have no idea what Mr. Cohen did or did not do, but odds are the Russian money story is fiction. Is AT&T colluding with the Russians and Trump? How about Korea Aerospace Industries? I think not.
According to the New York Times, the Russian oligarch in question, Viktor Vekselberg, is “one of seven Kremlin-linked oligarchs hit with sanctions in April by the Trump administration, which also imposed the penalties on the Renova Group.” Hmm. Wait. So Trump slapped heavy sanctions on the Russian company he is supposedly colluding with to silence a rogue porn star?
The Renova Group is Vekselberg’s company. So we are also supposed to believe that an American company is secretly controlled by a Russian oligarch who used Cohen’s consulting firm as a slush fund to make a $130,000 payment as a means to grab hold of the puppet strings of a multi-billionaire who just won the presidency. Moreover, we are supposed to believe that Trump responded to this payoff by singling his oligarch out with brutal personal and business sanctions. Andrew Intrater, the CEO of Columbus Nova, is the cousin to Vekselberg, and Trump still slapped him with sanctions.
The Times also reports that AT&T and the actual company in question, Columbus Nova, prematurely pulled out of their respective deals with Cohen “after it yielded a few investment ideas but no actual deals.”
Trump is hitting Russia, Russian businesses, and Russian oligarchs with sanctions. What’s more, Trump is defying Putin in Syria, in the Crimea, and by exiting the Iran Deal. Basically, Trump is poking his finger in Russia’s eye much harder than Obama ever did, and still the media conspiracy theorists want us to believe that Russia is sitting on a goldmine of incriminating and compromising material against Trump — from peepee tapes to secret porn star payoffs — and they are not using it.
All we learned from this story is that, from AT&T to Columbus Nova, paying Trump’s personal attorney got these companies nowhere. In a sane world that would be considered a good thing.
Now, let's talk about who Avenatti really is. Using a porn star’s lawyer as an assignment editor might be an all-new kind of low for the American media, even CNN, but watching it blow up in the media’s ridiculous faces is nothing less than glorious.
Guess who Stormy Daniels' attorney, Michael Avenatti, is associated with? Stormy Daniels' attorney, Michael Avenatti, is not only a Democratic operative who has worked for Joe Biden and Rahm Emanuel, he also works with the multi-billionaire rogue Saudi Prince who hates President Trump, and pays off our media and politicians to ignore and whitewash the threat of radical Islam.
In 2015, Avenatti teamed at the 24 Hours of LeMans with Saudi Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki Al Saud and Jakub Giermaziak of Poland in the No. 66 JMW Motorsport Ferrari 458 Italia. Abdulaziz bin Turki Al Saud was born in Los Angeles, raised in Riyadh and educated in Saudi Arabia, United States and the United Kingdom. He is a member of the Saudi Royal Family, grandson of late King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia and a NEPHEW of the international business leader, Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal, the guy who hates Trump.
Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal is the "dopey Prince" that President Trump declared he was going to stop from using his Daddy's money to take over the United States and buy off our politicians and media. Prince Al-Waleed told Trump he would never win!
Not to mention, Avenatti owes $5 million plus in federal back taxes. He needs cash. Just like Stormy Daniels.
BREAKING: The inspector general of the Treasury Department has launched an investigation into whether or not confidential banking records were improperly leaked to Avenatti. The counsel to the inspector general, Rich Delmar, said his office is currently “inquiring into allegations” that Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) related to the president’s attorney, Michael Cohen, and his banking transactions were “improperly” disclosed to Avenatti. The law dictates that banks must file a SAR for any transaction considered unusual that is over $10,000. What Avenatti made public Tuesday could have included a SAR Cohen’s bank filed.

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