Even people who aren’t exactly fans of Tucker Carlson have got to be feeling somewhat sorry for the pundit and his family at this point. Between the attack on his home and his wife last week and this incident involving his 19-year-old daughter, it’s time to start calling this behavior out.
Carlson shared what happened on Twitter. (WARNING, the language in this write-up is mature):
Last month one of my children was attacked by a stranger at dinner. For her sake, I was hoping to keep the incident private. It’s now being politicized by the Left. Here’s what happened: pic.twitter.com/rwNoFYxMFv
— Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) November 11, 2018
Tucker has WAY MORE restraint than this editor because if this had been her daughter … grrrr.
Oh, and here’s the kicker, the guy who called Carlson’s daughter those names? He hired Michael Avenatti.
OMG RIGHT? Maybe he missed it, but Avenatti has a horrible track record when it comes to winning cases for his clients (or himself). We don’t call him the ‘Creepy P*rn Lawyer’ for nothing.
Avenatti released Juan’s statement:
Here is a statement from my client regarding the incident with Tucker Carlson and Tucker's fabricated version of events. As a father of two teenage daughters myself, I find it disgraceful that Tucker seeks to justify his behavior by falsely hiding behind his family. #Coward pic.twitter.com/j9uX7pRdyP
— Michael Avenatti (@MichaelAvenatti) November 11, 2018
You know what’s disgraceful, Michael? That anyone HIRES you. #BASTA
How's the Swetnick case going? Did you file a police report yet?
— Chris Nodimas🍄 (@CholeraFan) November 11, 2018
If you want to be President you need to get out of the gutter & *elevate* yourself. If you want to remain a middle-of-the-road lawyer, keep up these stunts. I don't want to knock how you approach your practice, but if this is what you're going to do as a candidate, I'm out.
— Chris (@C_Perspective_) November 11, 2018
My Lord you truly are a piece of garbage. How does a man with no honor, no integrity and no character sleep at night?
— Curt Schilling (@gehrig38) November 12, 2018
File charges then. Let’s let the courts sort out the truth. That said, given your track record, your client might be well served to seek competent counsel first.
— Scott Paterno (@ScottPaterno) November 12, 2018
This went well.
After what you tried to pin on Kavanaugh, you don’t actually think we’ll believe this garbage?
— Ex-GOP Greg (@Flying59Vette) November 11, 2018
It’s like Avenatti can’t get out of his own way.
Thank goodness. Ha!