After all that on Sunday night, is it possible Avenatti got pranked by Internet trolls?
my money’s on 4chan pranking us into thinking 4chan pranked Avenatti tbh https://t.co/eCmJvMw2MN— Caleb Hull (@CalebJHull) September 25, 2018
Avenatti has locked his Twitter account following the prank. It just shows you the great lengths he will go to for fame and the lack of due diligence he is willing to not do if this is true. It is becoming more and more plausible that this was a prank.
So, for argument's sake, we have a possible Internet prank, along with two allegations of sexual misconduct from women directed at Judge Kavanaugh that have no witnesses or no evidence. Witnesses that were supposedly cited in their accounts have refuted the claims. There is not a single person, other than the accuser, who has confirmed either story. It’s so thin that even The New York Times passed running a story on the second allegation; Ronan Farrow and Jane Mayer of The New Yorker posted a story about Deborah Ramirez who alleges Kavanaugh exposed himself at a college party at Yale. Overall, when you look at all of it, the anti-Kavanaugh plot here is an embarrassingly thin political hit job. Senate Republicans, hold the hearing, then push for the vote…now.
Maybe Avenatti wasn't pranked, but then again, a gang-rape ring...from this guy. I won't be surprised if this is nonsense as well. Regardless, enjoy some entertaining speculation on that front.