Michael Avenatti called it on Sunday when he publicly revealed that he represents a credible woman not named Deborah Ramirez who is ready to testify against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and his alleged accomplice, Mark Judge.
Three days later, his client, Julie Swetnick, came forward accusing Kavanaugh of having participated in several gang rapes. According to Gabriel Sherman from Vanity Fair, this left Trump’s White House “shocked.”
“White House shocked by Avenatti claims. Privately aides involved in nomination saying ‘this could be end of the line’ for Kavanaugh,” Sherman tweeted.
However, considering they had three days to prepare themselves for Swetnick’s big, inevitable reveal, the fact that they were “shocked” is a little surprising. What exactly have they been doing since Sunday’s hint and/or Monday’s reminder?
“This shows how incompetent the [White House] is. This shows how incompetent the WH is. They must not have been paying attention the last 7 months. Guess their chief information sources are @FoxNews @TuckerCarlson and 4Chan,” Avenatti said in a retweet of Sherman’s report.
Just when you think this circus can’t get any worse, it does. Buckle up, folks, because it’s likely not going to stop any time soon.