Mainstream Media Begins to Turn Against Their ‘Media Darling’

Porn Star Stormy Daniels attorney, the former darling of the media, seems to be falling from their good graces. Attorney Michael Avenatti is beginning to see a lot of unpleasant coverage from the same people who were treating him as a liberal hero just a few months ago. That was when Avenatti was leading the charge to sabotage the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the United States Supreme Court. Now his troubles are starting to fall around him like a house of cards. Look what all has gone wrong for him.

As Written and Reported By Breck Dumas for The Blaze:

Attention-loving lawyer Michael Avenatti has enjoyed basking in the media spotlight this year, beginning with his high-profile representation of porn star Stormy Daniels in a now-dismissed lawsuit against President Donald Trump.

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But lately, the news coming out about the attorney-turned-presidential-hopeful has poked glaring holes in his credibility, causing media personalities who once afforded him unending air-time to distance themselves from the provocative Democrat.

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According to a report from the Washington Free Beacon, CNN and MSNBC collectively gave Avenatti $175 million in free media coverage in just a two-month period this spring.

The Daily Caller said that from March 7 to May 15, Avenatti was granted 147 interviews on cable news stations — 74 were on CNN, and 57 on MSNBC. On May 16, a now-deleted tweet showed Avenatti partying it up with several CNN talking heads, including Don Lemon, Errol Louis, and Margaret Hoover.

But it seems the networks that were once eager to give Avenatti a platform, are now having second thoughts about the man.

CNN’s Chris Cillizza asked in an analysis on Friday, “Can we slow our roll on Michael Avenatti?”

Cillizza went through a litany of recent troubles facing the lawyer — including a possible criminal ……..


As troubles mount for Michael Avenatti, the media start to turn against their former darling | TheBlaze


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