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New Report Drops Major Revelations About Attorney Michael Avenatti, Including the Whopping Amount He Owes the IRS

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Stormy Daniels’ attorney Michael Avenatti, the man who fought tooth and nail to bring down Justice Brett Kavanaugh during his confirmation hearing, is now having a bit of his own dirty laundry aired out in public, and if it’s true, it’s not looking good for him at all.

Apparently, according to a new report, Avenatti, who has noted presidential aspirations for the 2020 election, owes more than a million dollars to the IRS. However, despite his unfathomable tax bill, he’s still living large.

Tax liens filed in Orange County also show that Avenatti has personally owed at least $1.2 million in federal taxes on top of the corporate debts. One lien, filed in February 2018, was for $308,396, while another filed in August 2015 showed a balance of $903,987. The Daily Beast did not find records showing the liens were released, but Avenatti claims both debts were “fully paid.”

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A review of court documents reveals that Avenatti, his former law firm Eagan Avenatti, and his former company Global Baristas, the majority owner of the Seattle-based Tully’s coffee chain, have owed millions in unpaid federal and state taxes in Washington and California, as well as hundreds of thousands in past-due rent to landlords.

Although Avenatti has claimed to The Daily Beast that he divested his interest in Eagan Avenatti within the last 12 months, adding, “None of those obligations are my responsibility,” in July, when he offered a filing in Eagan Avenatti’s bankruptcy case, he stated, “The simple fact is that I have an ownership interests [sic] in two separate law firms. One is EA. The other is not. I maintain both of my office [sic] at EA’s Newport Beach office.”

The Daily Beast noted, “Avenatti testified at a July 25 bankruptcy hearing (from which the media was barred) that Avenatti & Associates now owns a 100 percent stake in Eagan Avenatti, according to documents filed in Frank’s case.”

According to Lisa Storie-Avenatti, Avenatti’s former wife, she and her former husband had a multimillion-dollar home in Newport Beach, traveled overseas and domestically on private jets, and owned a number of exotic cars. She stated:

Petitioner and I enjoyed a very extravagant marital lifestyle. In October 2011, we bought a home in Laguna for $7.2 million and sold it in September 2015 for $12.6 million. We traveled extensively throughout the world, and, when not flying privately, we always flew business class and stayed at five-star hotels … I had unfettered use of credit cards that were in my name. My American Express bill was historically on average of $60,000 to $70,000 per month, and was paid in full each month.

Storie-Avenatti has also claimed that the now infamous attorney had a full-time pilot that he paid a whopping $100,000 a year to fly his two private jets, both estimated to be worth $9 million.

Hilariously, Avenatti has stated that he’s not sure if he would release his tax returns if he ran for president in 2020.

Source: Daily Beast, Daily Wire

 

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Next Honduras Caravan Gets Nasty Welcome to Mexico

They’ve only just begun their long journey, but this third migrant caravan is already facing a hostile population.

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With their focus solely on reaching the United States, a massive caravan of Central American migrants are headed north through Mexico.

Mexico, however, isn’t exactly thrilled with that.

As a new caravan that began in Honduras and quickly swelled to an estimated 2,000 people made its way toward Mexico on Tuesday, Mexicans who live along the border towns that will likely be most affected took to the Internet to lash out against another wave of migrants.

“Work? Yes, there might be work for people who actually want to work, not for the lazy bums looking for entitlements,” said one commenter, with the screen name Azucena Santos, in Spanish on a YouTube page belonging to Shialeweb, who was recording the caravan. “Poor Mexicans, what’s in store for you!”

The message was clear.

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“People of Honduras, all of you who are spinning these grand illusions and getting ready to come on this caravan and in any future others, before you leave your country, please inform yourself about how people who’ve already come on previous caravans are faring in Tijuana,” said Belem Gonzales.

“Mexico is just like your country,” Gonzales added. “There are many problems and needs, and you’re not going to be much better off than you were in Honduras. Please don’t trust these manipulative agitators who are encouraging you to risk everything for nothing.”

Meanwhile, the US federal government is currently locked in a partial shutdown that is beginning to cripple our infrastructure.

Should these migrants make it to the border, there is no telling what sort of American presence will be remaining their to greet them.

 

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Britain’s Biggest Moment Ballyhooed by Brexit BOMB

The entire process known as “Brexit” is now in some sort of legal limbo.

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The European Union has had more than their fair share of controversy over the last several years, with several member nations harshly rebuking EU leadership.

Much of this animosity stems from the EU decision to expedite the intake of asylum seekers in a unilateral decree across the continent. The speed at which was now required to accept these refugees did not provide sufficient time to slake the security concerns of nations such as Hungary and Poland, who outright declined to participate on several occasions.

Then there was Brexit:  The proposed secession of Britain from the EU.

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While that idea provided many Britons with a glimmer of hope against the globalist ideals of the Union, it seems as though the once-certain maneuver is in danger.

Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal has been rejected by 230 votes – the largest defeat for a sitting government in history.

MPs voted by 432 votes to 202 to reject the deal, which sets out the terms of Britain’s exit from the EU on 29 March.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has now tabled a vote of no confidence in the government, which could trigger a general election.

The confidence vote is expected to be held at about 1900 GMT on Wednesday.

The defeat is a huge blow for Mrs May – who has spent more than two years hammering out a deal with the EU.

As of this moment, Britain is still scheduled to leave the EU on March 29th, however, the details and timing of the departure are now something of an unknown…a reality that could cause more than a few hiccups along the way.

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