The liberal media has spent a lot of time and effort to make us care about Stormy Daniels.
Spoiler alert: we don’t care.
It’s clear that much of her story is unsubstantiated and fully denied by the President. At the very worst, it revolves around a short-lived relationship from over a decade ago.
This is the same media that told us not to care about Bill Clinton’s many relationships. Including the one that took place while he was in the White House. Now, these liberals are claiming Trump shouldn’t be president, because of the wild claims of an ex-porn star.
Meanwhile, the President has continued to win for the American people. Amazing things are happening around the world, while the press focuses on Stormy.
Now we are learning about Stormy’s lawyer, Michael Avenatti. Apparently, he has been up to some shady business of his own. Business that might mean the end of his career.
From Fox News:
The State Bar of California is investigating porn star Stormy Daniels’ lawyer Michael Avenatti, Fox News has confirmed, after a complaint was filed regarding allegedly unpaid taxes.
Fox News on Wednesday obtained an April 18-dated letter verifying the existence of the investigation—unrelated to his representation of Daniels.
“The complaint against attorney Michael J. Avenatti has been reviewed and forwarded to the Enforcement Unit for further investigation and prosecution, if warranted,” said the letter from the state bar, written by Supervising Attorney Anand Kumar and reviewed by Fox News.
The complaint, first reported by The Seattle Times, said Avenatti and Global Baristas faced a lien for unpaid federal taxes worth roughly $5 million, claiming taxes were withheld from workers’ paychecks but not paid to the government. The complaint from Nold, as posted by The Seattle Times, called into question Avenatti’s “fitness to practice law.”
Let’s get this straight. Avenatti’s company withheld taxes from workers’ paychecks, but didn’t send that money to the government? That smacks of more than just withholding taxes. That sounds like some kind of money laundering scheme.
It’s not as if he didn’t have the money. It was taken from their paychecks, after all. But his company held onto that money—for some reason.
If the State Bar of California finds him guilty, he could lose his license to practice law. But shouldn’t a bigger investigation be underway? Like, by the government?
This report seems to suggest Avenatti has been breaking the law. I’m sure the DOJ or at least IRS would like to know what he’s been up to. Perhaps a real investigation should be opened up.
After all, this man loves throwing accusations at the President. Perhaps he’ll have to take them instead.
Source: Fox News