The Media and St. Michael Avenatti
Over there at The Daily Caller, Greg Price (who previously interned with the Media Research Center, writing for NewsBusters) has written and reminded of the liberal media’s stupefying love affair with Michael Avenatti. Avenatti, of course, is the lawyer who burst onto the national scene representing stripper Stormy Daniels and her accusations against President Trump. This dreadfully shameful…
CBS Lies: ‘We’ Didn’t Misjudge Avenatti (But Called Him a ‘Rock Star’)
The journalistic lying and distancing from disgraced attorney Michael Avenatti went into hyper drive on Thursday and Friday. The anti-Trump lawyer was sentenced to prison for his effort to extort Nike of up to $25 million. CBS This Morning co-host Tony Dokoupil falsely tried to claim CBS had nothing to be ashamed of when it comes to the porn lawyer.
STUDY: MSNBC Ignores Buddy Michael Avenatti Being Sentenced to Jail
Liberal media darling and “creepy porn lawyer” Michael Avenatti was sentenced on Thursday afternoon to two and a half years in prison for attempting to extort Nike, ending the first of three trials in which Avenatti could spend much of his remaining years behind bars. But unfortunately, MSNBC refused to cover it on any of the nine shows since Judge Paul Gardephe handed down his sentence.
The Man They Helped Build: CBS, NBC Ignore Avenatti’s Prison Sentence
The justice system worked on Thursday as “creepy porn lawyer” Michael Avenatti was sentenced to two and a half years in prison for trying to extort over $20 million from Nike. And reports from the courtroom say he cried like a little baby. He’s the man the liberal media built to be their sleazy fighter against then-President Trump, but the CBS Evening News and NBC Nightly…
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After Aiding His Hoaxes, NBC Downplays Avenatti’s Extortion Conviction
As NewsBusters media editor and research analyst Bill D’Agostino documented last year, NBC News and MSNBC gifted lawyer Michael Avenatti with 113 TV appearances, with Today giving him his first as he pursued cases against President Trump. On Friday, the so-called “creepy porn lawyer” was convicted of trying to extort shoemaker Nike for $25 million dollars. Despite their intertwined history,…