Fox News Labels Michael Avenatti “Creepy Porn Lawyer” During Tucker Carlson Interview

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Опубликовано 14 сентября 2018, 16:00
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Michael Avenatti, the lawyer for Stormy Daniels, appeared on Tucker Carlson’s Fox News program for the first time last night, and while the segment was running Fox News put up a chyron that labeled Avenatti “Creepy Porn Lawyer.” This was the network’s way of trying to delegitimize Avenatti and his client, but the network may want to be careful what they wish for. Ring of Fire’s Farron Cousins discusses this.
 
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Last night, Michael Avenatti, Stormy Daniel aka Stephanie Clifford's lawyer, went on Tucker Carlson's Fox News program for the first time. Unbeknownst to Avenatti, during the actual segment, they had the lower third chyron list him as "Creepy Porn Lawyer." Three separate times during that interview with Avenatti and Tucker Carlson, they changed it but all kept some iteration of "Creepy Porn Lawyer."

Now, here are the three different variations they had. First one was, "Creepy Porn Lawyer Toying with 2020 Run," "Does America Want Creepy Porn Lawyer as Pres," and "Stormy's Lawyer as Creepy Porn President." Now, obviously, this is juvenile and immature even for Fox News but what they're trying to do is undermine Avenatti's own credibility and the credibility of the claims that Stormy Daniels has made against the President. That's what that was all about.

But this network, in doing that, in labeling him "Creepy Porn Lawyer," not only does it undermine this man's entire career as a consumer advocate fighting big businesses on behalf of consumers, but it also has the backfire effect of reminding people that we already have a "Creepy Porn President" in Donald Trump.

I mean, how can this network, in good conscience, insult Michael Avenatti for representing Stormy Daniels, when Donald Trump is the one who paid $130,000 just to have sex with her? I mean, let's be perfectly clear about that. That is what happened. Tucker Carlson admitted that yeah, that happened. Donald Trump paid $130,000 to have sex with a porn star.

Who's the real creepy porn President here? Furthermore, it doesn't matter, does it? Ted Cruz, if we're going to go for creepy porn, he would be the "Creepy Porn Senator" after tweeting out or liking whatever that little porn clip last year on 9/11 of all days. It doesn't matter if you watch pornography as long as you're not watching something that's illegal, obviously, but hey, do what you want to do. That's fine. No problem with that. But to try to paint him as some kind of evil creepy horrible human being for doing something that pretty much guarantee Tucker Carlson has at least done once in his life, that is absolutely disgusting.

But I do want to hit on something else here because Tucker Carlson mentioned in the segment something that's actually quite interesting and I want to read his quote here. "As far as I know, this was a consensual sexual relationship and yes, I believe it occurred. I don't know that but it seems like it did, but it seemed consensual and she was paid at the end of it. I feel that you and others were exploiting her, so I feel bad for her. I'm wondering what the injury is for her."

Read part of that again. "It seemed consensual and she was paid at the end of it." Did Donald Trump have sex with a porn star or did he treat her as a prostitute because that would also be illegal for Donald Trump there? Tucker Carlson may want to choose his words a little more carefully, but at the end of the day, Republicans are trying to have the moral high ground on any issue at all, when they've got a guy like Donald Trump in the White House, who cheated on his wife, that four or five months before this affair, just had their son, paid $130,000 to do it and they still have the audacity to refer to Michael Avenatti as the "Creepy Porn Guy."

No. The "Creepy Porn Guy" is the one that's sitting in the Oval Office, the one that you guys defend 24 hours a day. That's your guy. You're the "Creepy Porn Party."
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