Michael Avenatti has a dream. The lawyer to the unhinged wants to be President of the United States and he’s starting to go after at least one of his potential Democratic competitors, Senator Cory “Spartacus” Booker.
During a speech in Iowa, Booker told the audience not to “hate Republicans” and instead to move forward with love. That didn’t sit well with Avenatti.
I have a lot of respect for @CoryBooker. But we have VERY different views as to how to solve the crisis of Donald Trump and the dumpster fire of his presidency. #FireWithFire #HitHarder #FightClub https://t.co/Aq1pufmA8F
— Michael Avenatti (@MichaelAvenatti) October 7, 2018
It’s an opening blow before the midterm elections have happened that gives us a glimpse into what to expect when the race really heats up in a year or so.
Avenatti is one of the least likable Democrats I’ve ever seen, and I’ve seen a lot in my years. It’s for this reason I’d like to throw out the absolutely impossible theory that he’s a Republican double-agent. He may not know it. His ego may be so big he believes what he says and pictures himself as a real contender, but what if he’s actually just the chaos factor Republicans want in the midst of the Democrats to wreak havoc on their Presidential aspirations?
Some say his efforts in the Kavanaugh confirmation battle did more harm than good.
Assuming that he’s an idiot instead of a willful operative for the Republicans, I’m really starting to like Avenatti. With him punching other Democrats, Republicans can keep their powder dry for longer.