Kirsters Baish| Porn star attorney and anti-Trump liberal Michael Avenatti made his way to the shared border between the United States and Mexico in order to represent 50 illegal immigrant mothers who had been separated from their children following their arrest for illegally entering the country.
Mysanantonio.com reported that the lawyer showed up at a relief center located in McAllen, Texas this past Tuesday. When there, he called the border patrol policy a “sh*t show.” He claimed it was “by far the worst day of my legal career.”
The lawyer stated on Sunday that he would be making his way to the border. He seemed to be trying to scrounge up clients on Twitter.
If anyone knows of a parent that has had their child taken from them at the border and not returned, please have them contact me as I am entering this fight. This outrageous conduct must be brought to an immediate end. #Basta
— Michael Avenatti (@MichaelAvenatti) June 17, 2018
Ever since he arrived, he has been tweeting out images of illegal immigrants, who he is representing, trying to make Americans feel bad for them for breaking the law.
Here is a pic I just took at the McAllen airport of seven young boys of detained parents being transported out of the area by handlers via AA flt 5772 to DFW. Who knows where they are going from there. Sending children 1000 miles away from their parents is a disgrace. #Outraged pic.twitter.com/zrqdIFnsWY
— Michael Avenatti (@MichaelAvenatti) June 20, 2018
On Wednesday, Avenatti wrote on his Twitter page that he was leaving for Phoenix on Thursday in order to pay visits to children of his clients who had been detained in Texas.
Looking forward to visiting detained children tmrw in Phoenix who were shipped there from Texas after being taken from their detained mothers (my clients). This will be their first "contact" with their mothers in weeks. I will be delivering letters and messages of love and hope.
— Michael Avenatti (@MichaelAvenatti) June 21, 2018
Breitbart News reports:
For weeks, Avenatti had been a fixture on cable news networks as he pursued his client’s efforts to nullify a non-disclosure agreement she had signed about her alleged affair with President Donald Trump more than a decade ago. Though he claimed to have no political motivations, he vowed that Trump would not last a full term in office.
However, Avenatti slipped from the limelight in recent weeks amidst questions about his law firm, which was hit with a $10 million bankruptcy judgment. CNN, the cable network that had done the most to promote Avenatti, backed away from its favorite guest with an investigation exploring his firm’s bizarre ties to an ex-convict.
It seems like Avenatti really doesn’t want to spend any time out of the spotlight. His case for porn star Stormy Daniels against President Donald Trump has gone cold, and no one cares about him or his client anymore. They are old news, so he had to find another way to sneak back into the limelight. There are more important issues in the world, including President Trump’s summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un last week.
I guess we’re about to find out if this guy really knows the first thing about border immigration law.