Stormy Daniels Just Got Rude Awakening From The FBI! OUCH!

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Stormy Daniels is once again in the news, but this time it’s because her manager, Gina Rodriguez has been subpoenaed by the FBI since reports are now confirming that Rodriguez has disclosed information to the FBI about Daniels attempt to sell the story of the alleged affair with Donald Trump for $200k in the months leading up to the 2016 Presidential election.

To make matters worse for  Stormy, the FBI also required Rodriguez to submit any communications between herself and the president’s personal attorney Michael Cohen, Stormy’s attorney, and any communications between Rodriguez and Stormy herself. This move was brought on after the FBI learned that Rodriguez spoke with multiple celeb gossip magazines, TV shows, and even websites in hopes of finding a buyer for Stormy’s alleged affair story.

Rodriguez’s scheme fell apart though when Stormy took the $130k from Trump’s attorney instead of the $200k they had planned to sell the story for. If this is proven true, then it once again proves Stormy Daniels is likely a liar after she has said on multiple occasions that the President’s lawyer reached out to her out of the blue and she was never trying to profit from the alleged affair.

Rodriguez is a former adult star who quit the business back in 2008. She has represented others in the industry as well as Stormy, Some of these have been Octomom and Sydney Leathers who is the famed texting partner of Anthony “Carlos Danger” Weiner.

CNN also covered Rodriguez and her issues with the FBI: “Stormy Daniels’ former manager, who helped broker her confidentiality agreement, is cooperating with the FBI as part of its probe of an arrangement she struck with Donald Trump’s lawyer, according to a source with knowledge of the investigation.

Gina Rodriguez responded to a subpoena by handing over records to the FBI. Some of those documents pertain to the 2016 hush money agreement signed by Daniels and Michael Cohen, President Trump’s personal attorney. Cohen signed the agreement on behalf of a shell company he owned known as Essential Consultants LLC, according to the source.

Rodriguez has signed a confidentiality agreement that keeps her from talking about the Daniels deal with Cohen, the source said.
In the documents Rodriguez handed over to the FBI, there is evidence that Daniels — an adult film star whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford — was working an initial deal with Cohen on October 10, 2016. Daniels was being represented in that deal by Rodriguez and Daniels’ then-attorney Keith Davidson, according to the same source.

As CNN previously reported, that deal fell through when Cohen failed to pay the money. Eighteen days later, the second deal was finalized by Daniels and Cohen.

Around the same time negotiations with Cohen were going on behind the scenes, Daniels and her manager were shopping a story to several media organizations about Daniels’ alleged affair with Trump a decade ago.

Cohen has said that the President did not have a sexual relationship with Daniels. Trump has said he knew nothing of the financial arrangement between his lawyer and Daniels.

But during a recent phone interview with Fox News, Trump said Cohen “represents me like with this crazy Stormy Daniels deal, he represented me.”

Daniels is suing Cohen and Trump, and Essential Consultants LLC, in federal court in California over the legality of the 2016 hush agreement in which she was paid $130,000 to keep quiet about her alleged affair with Trump.”

Stormy Daniels 15 minutes of fame might be up. Critics believe she used the story about the affair as a way to spark her dancing and/or adult career. Daniels was basically an unknown in the adult world before the incident of the alleged affair with Donald Trump. Now she appears to be a household name, however, it’s probably not the way someone wants to be popular.

Do you think Stormy did all of this on purpose? Do you think anyone really cares what she has to say? Do you think Stormy is in trouble with the FBI? What about her lawyer and former manager?

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Did you Know Stormy Daniels Was Arrested For Beating Her Husband? Did You Know She Also Ran For…

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I bet you didn’t know that Stormy Daniels ran for US Senate against a Republican in 2009. I bet you didn’t know that she was arrested on domestic abuse charges in 2009. I bet you didn’t know her campaign manager’s car was blown up while he was out for a walk with his wife.

Why does the media never mention Daniels’ political ambitions when they talk about her coordinated smear campaign agaisnt Donald Trump? Why do they never mention her domestic abuse charges or that her campaign manager’s car was blown up under suspicious circumstances?

While the mainstream media attempts to remake the XXX actress’ image to look more like a school librarian, than a porn star in her appearances on fake news cable outlets and a variety of late night shows, the fact of the matter is, she’s still a pornography actress with political ambitions, and apparently a violent temper to boot.

There’s so much the media is willing to keep quiet. It almost makes one wonder if they have a bias against our President…

Late night tv and the media can’t get enough of her. People like Andersen Cooper who like to think of themselves as “journalists” are clammoring to get an interview with her. The woman who’s made a living being naked, has become the best friend of the left, appearing on Jimmy Kimmel and recently on SNL.

Daniels brags about of her TV appearances on her Instagram account.

CBS News via AP report

July 30, 2009 – It’s been a tough week for porn actress Stormy Daniels – complete with a domestic violence charge and a car explosion – as she continues to mull a U.S. Senate bid that could make life uncomfortable for incumbent first-term Louisiana Republican David Vitter, still recovering from a sex scandal.

Daniels was arrested Saturday on a domestic violence battery charge after she allegedly hit her husband at their home in Tampa, Fla., during a dispute about laundry and unpaid bills.

Her arrest came two days after her political adviser in Louisiana, Brian Welsh, said his parked 1996 Audi may have been blown up by someone on July 23 outside his apartment in an upscale downtown area of New Orleans.

The police report said Daniels allegedly “threw a potted plant at the kitchen sink,” hit Mosny on the head several times and “threw their wedding album onto the floor and knocked candles off coffee table, breaking them.”

The bad week, though, started on July 23 when her political adviser’s car blew up in suspicious circumstances in New Orleans.

Welsh, a Democratic adviser and manager of the Stormy Daniels Senate Exploratory Committee LLC., said his Audi convertible exploded into flames around 11:15 p.m. July 23, a Thursday, while he and his wife were walking their dog nearby.

He said he became suspicious after reviewing surveillance tapes of the street where his car was parked, wedged between other vehicles.

On fuzzy security tapes that Welsh posted on YouTube, a person in a white shirt can be seen loitering around his car and apparently getting into it shortly before the car explodes in a ball of flames.

Firefighters responded to a 911 call at 11:23 p.m. and put the fire out by 12:06 a.m., said Michael Williams of the New Orleans Fire Department.

Welsh’s car was parked Wednesday in the same spot where it caught on fire, on a little-used street near the New Orleans convention center.

New Orleans police and the FBI did not immediately comment.

Welsh said he had no suspects, but feared someone caused the explosion.

“Maybe there is a reason, more of an intentional reason for the car blowing up,” Welsh said. “I want to get more facts.”

Welsh said he was uncertain if the explosion was connected to his work with Daniels.

“Clearly, if someone tried to blow up my car, it’s cause for concern; it’s not cause for me to stop doing my job, stop me from talking about the things that are important,” Welsh said. “If anybody had been walking by when that car blew up, they would have been seriously injured or killed.”

In February 2009, CNN did a story on Daniels political ambitions. Funny, that CNN’s Andersen Cooper never mentioned her arrest for domestic abuse, or her run for US Senate against a Republican candidate. 

From the CNN article (promotional piece):

 “I think anyone that knows me … is more than aware of that,” Daniels said. “Politics can’t be any dirtier of a job than the one I am already in.”

According to a capsule bio on the Draft Stormy Web site, Daniels has been “breaking barriers and shattering glass ceilings her entire life,” serving as editor of her high school newspaper and president of her school’s 4-H Club and eventually transferring “her determination and talents to the professional level, becoming a featured performer in the adult entertainment industry.”

Can someone please explain why this story has been hidden byt the mainstream media or why Andersen Cooper didn’t ask Stormy about her “stormy” past?

Stormy Daniels’ Lawyer: We’re Going to Sue Trump for Defamation

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Stormy Daniels plans to sue Donald Trump for defamation after the president called a forensic sketch of a man who allegedly threatened her a “total con job.”

Daniels’ attorney, Michael Avenatti, vowed to file the defamation claim “in short order” following a hearing in Los Angeles federal court on Friday.

The proceeding related to Trump attorney Michael Cohen’s motion to delay Daniels’ primary lawsuit, which seeks to invalidate a “hush agreement” she signed weeks before Election Day over her alleged romp with the president.

Cohen sought a 90-day stay in the civil case, citing his battle with federal prosecutors in Manhattan over a pending criminal probe.

U.S. District Court judge James Otero didn’t make a ruling Friday. Instead, he told Cohen to file a declaration indicating his Fifth Amendment rights would be endangered if Daniels’ suit moves forward, the Associated Press reported.

Otero said Cohen would need to file his own statement by Wednesday. In his initial motion, the embattled Trump stalwart included a declaration from his own attorney, but Otero ruled the statement was not enough.

Outside the courthouse, Avenatti told the press he was pleased with the hearing. “To quote the court… there are gaping holes in the application by Mr. Cohen and Mr. Trump to delay this matter,” he said.

Avenatti also said that he would soon file a separate lawsuit against Trump, or amend Daniels’ current complaint to include a defamation claim against him.

“I very much look forward to placing Mr. Trump under oath…”

“I fully anticipate that we will be amending this complaint in short order, or filing a separate action against Mr. Trump for his defamatory, outrageous statements made earlier this week where he effectively called my client a liar and stated that she was trying to pull a con on the American people,” Avenatti said.

“I very much look forward to placing Mr. Trump under oath and asking him about the basis for those outlandish, outrageous, baseless statements,” he added.

In early March, Daniels filed a lawsuit to void a “hush agreement” she signed over her alleged affair with Trump in 2006. She claims the nondisclosure agreement—inked weeks before the 2016 presidential election in exchange for a $130,000 payout from Cohen—was invalid because Trump never signed it.

Daniels amended her complaint on March 26 to include a defamation claim against the president’s ultra-loyal attorney.

Judge Otero’s words capped off a dramatic week in the Cohen-Daniels circus that began with a hearing over Cohen’s FBI raid.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office for New York’s Southern District is reportedly investigating Cohen for possible bank fraud, wire fraud and campaign-finance violations. And the feds are seeking records about Cohen’s role in silencing Daniels and ex-Playboy model Karen McDougal in the run-up to the presidential election.

On Monday, Cohen was in Manhattan federal court requesting a temporary restraining order to stop prosecutors from reviewing seized materials, which he said were protected by attorney-client privilege and should first be sorted by an independent “special master” rather than federal investigators.

Daniels was in the courtroom as U.S. District Court judge Kimba Wood denied Cohen’s request. (Wood, who said she’d consider a special master, ordered the feds to provide an estimate of the volume of records seized.)

Cohen was also ordered to cough up a list of his clients. Before the proceeding, he’d named two and kept a third secret. But Wood demanded Cohen’s team name the mystery man, who ended up being Fox News host Sean Hannity.

On Tuesday, Daniels and Avenatti appeared on ABC’s The View to unveil a forensic sketch of a goon who allegedly threatened her to stay quiet about her affair with Trump. The encounter allegedly occurred in a Las Vegas parking lot in 2011.

The day after her interview, Trump took to Twitter to call Daniels’ bully “a nonexistent man” and the sketch itself “a total con job.”

In her first live TV interview, Daniels said she’s speaking out against Trump and his loyal attorney because: “I’m done being bullied.”

When the conversation returned to Monday’s court hearing, Avenatti said, “There’s no question in my mind that Michael Cohen, a) is going to be indicted within the next three months, and b) he’s going to roll on the president.”

On Wednesday, Politico and The Wall Street Journal reported that some of Trump’s closest allies have warned him Cohen could “flip” and cooperatewith the feds. “That’s what they’ll threaten him with: life imprisonment,” Trump-backing lawyer Alan Dershowitz told Politico. “They’re going to threaten him with a long prison term and try to turn him into a canary that sings.”

Jay Goldberg, who last represented Trump in the early 2000s, told the Journal that the president phoned him seeking advice last week. On a scale of 1 to 100—with 100 being fully protecting the president—Cohen “isn’t even a 1,” Goldberg told Trump.

Meanwhile, Avenatti tweeted Thursday that he and Daniels would “vehemently argue” against Cohen’s move to delay her lawsuit. “The American people deserve the truth as quickly as possible,” he wrote.

Cohen’s request for a 90-day delay of Daniels’ case was filed last week on Friday. Attorneys for Cohen and Trump said they requested the stay of proceedings due to the FBI raid on Cohen’s home, office and hotel room. The searches were related, in part, to Daniels’ lawsuit against Cohen.

“Because the facts underlying this action and the criminal investigation related to Mr. Cohen overlap, Mr. Cohen’s Fifth Amendment rights may be adversely impacted if this case proceeds,” the motion states. The document was signed by Cohen’s lawyer, Brent Blakely, and Trump’s counsel, Gawker-slayer Charles Harder.

Avenatti, in court papers opposing the request, said Cohen and Trump didn’t provide any evidence justifying the stay of the porn star’s case. Indeed, Trump made no claim in court filings about his own Fifth-Amendment rights at all.

“Even though Mr. Cohen expresses concern about making self-incriminating statements… the record demonstrates that Mr. Cohen has already freely and openly discussed this matter in the public, including under oath in declarations filed in this case,” Avenatti wrote.

The defendants—who haven’t been indicted—didn’t present evidence “to demonstrate the materials the FBI seized have any relationship to this case,” Avenatti added.

Stormy Daniels makes flashy entrance at court

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There was no calm before the Stormy.

Porn star Stormy Daniels tripped and nearly fell in a pair of towering black strappy stilettos as she was swarmed by dozens of photographers outside Manhattan federal court Monday.

Daniels made a flashy appearance for a hearing over the client list of President Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen.

Dressed in a pastel pink knee-length skirt and suit jacket, Daniels was whisked from a car into the courthouse on Pearl Street through a sea of photographers, who knocked over a metal barricade in the chaotic crush.

Daniels showed up to court with her lawyer, Michael Avenatti, who ducked in and out of court an hour earlier. She turned heads as she entered the courtroom and took a seat in the galley.

Cohen is set to face a federal judge who ordered the lawyer to turn over a list of his clients and answer questions about his practice.

Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, is suing Cohen for defamation and claimed the nondisclosure agreement she signed is invalid because Trump never signed it.

Hannity’s ethics under fire

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Fox News host’s failure to disclose his relationship with Trump attorney Michael Cohen puts his credibility on the line.

Sean Hannity has wavered over the years on whether he is a journalist or conservative activist, but ethics specialists say that whichever hat the Fox News host was wearing last week when he condemned the FBI raid on attorney Michael Cohen’s office, he should have disclosed that he’s a client of Cohen’s.

“It doesn’t matter if you’re a newspaper reporter or an opinion journalist,” said Indira Lakshmanan, the journalism ethics chair at the Poynter Institute. “If you want to maintain credibility with an audience, and be honest with them, you have to disclose all facts.”

Just hours after the raid on the office of Cohen, President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, Hannity inveighed that special counsel Robert Mueller had “declared war against the president of the United States.” But Hannity didn’t disclose that he, too, had received legal advice from Cohen. Hannity’s relationship with the embattled attorney was revealed during Monday’s hearing over materials gathered during the raid — and only after a judge pressed Cohen’s attorney on the identity of a previously unnamed third client.

The omission raised questions about whether Hannity had violated journalistic ethics — or whether he was a journalist at all.

Hannity has shifted in recent years on that point. “I never claimed to be a journalist,” Hannity told The New York Times in 2016 when asked about his informal advising of then-candidate Trump. The next year, Hannity referred to himself in a Times magazine profile as an “opinion journalist” or “advocacy journalist.” He said last month that his show “breaks news daily” in response to colleague Shep Smith characterizing Fox News’ prime-time lineup as entertainment.

Kathleen Bartzen Culver, director of the Center for Journalism Ethics at the University of Wisconsin, said you don’t “move out of the realm of ethics when we move into the realm of opinion.” She said commentators should still be expected to maintain independence from subjects they are covering and disclose relevant ties.

“This is not a small matter,” she said. “We’re talking about one of the most important new stories of this time and he did not disclose his connection to it while commenting on it. His audience deserves to know when he has connections that may be affecting that commentary.”

Bartzen Culver added: “An organization needs to have standards for the people who do its reporting or commenting.”

Hannity, the top-rated Fox News host and an especially influential voice in the Trump era, appears to have few constraints at the network. He immediately began discussing the Cohen situation on his afternoon radio show and tweeted responses to the controversy.

A Fox News spokesperson did not directly respond to a question about Hannity not disclosing his relationship to Cohen, but provided a statement from the host.

“Michael Cohen has never represented me in any matter. I never retained him, received an invoice, or paid legal fees,” Hannity said. “I have occasionally had brief discussions with him about legal questions about which I wanted his input and perspective. I assumed those conversations were confidential, but to be absolutely clear they never involved any matter between me and a third party.”

On Twitter, Hannity disputed reporting by Vanity Fair’s Gabriel Sherman that he brought in Cohen last year when facing an advertiser boycott spurred by progressive groups over his fueling of the Seth Rich conspiracy theory. “What part of Michael and I never discussed anything that involved any third party is so hard to understand?” Hannity tweeted.

On Fox News’ “The Five,” Juan Williams said there was no evidence Cohen was involved in any third-party disputes on Hannity’s behalf, as was the case with Trump and Republican National Committee Deputy Finance Chair Elliott Broidy. Cohen arranged to pay $130,000 to adult film star Stormy Daniels for her silence over an alleged affair with Trump and reportedly negotiated a $1.6 million payment to a former Playboy model who claimed Broidy impregnated her.

But Williams questioned why Hannity “didn’t disclose this earlier.”

“Why when Sean was on the air, strongly an advocate for President Trump, not saying, ‘Hey, I’ve got a relationship with the lawyer?’” Williams asked. “I think that’s a question.”

JUST IN: Porn Star Claims Affair With Trump… Bombshell Letter Changes Everything

Since the whole Russian thing didn’t work out for the Democrats and the “never-Trump” Republicans, it appears as though they’re fabricating new fantasies with the hopes of taking Trump out of the Oval Office. This time, it’s a porn star. The problem is that one letter, written by the adult film star herself, totally destroys any hopes the Democrats have of this affecting Trump.

When you read it, you’ll see what we mean…

Conservative Tribune reports:

Now that President Trump has received a clean bill of health both medically and mentally, the media is on to another narrative that could have some serious repercussions. The only problem, once again, is their narrative has some serious flaws.

An article published Wednesday by In Touch covers a 2011 interview with an adult film star, Stormy Daniels. In the interview, Daniels recounted an alleged sexual experience with Trump back in 2006, when he had recently married Melania Trump.

After the encounter, Daniels claimed Trump told her, “I’m gonna call you, I’m gonna call you. I have to see you again. You’re amazing. We have to get you on ‘The Apprentice.’”

But the narrative doesn’t stop there.

Last week, The Wall Street Journal alleged that Michael Cohen, an attorney for The Trump Organization at the time, paid Daniels $130,000 to sign a non-disclosure agreement a month before the 2016 election.

The Journal reported that she was paid the six-figure sum to prevent her from speaking out on the alleged affair.

Trump, however, is denying the affair ever took place. “This is now the second time that you are raising outlandish allegations against my client. You have attempted to perpetuate this false narrative for over a year; a narrative that has been consistently denied by all parties since at least 2011,” Trump’s lawyer Cohen wrote in a statement to The Wall Street Journal.

So, who’s telling the truth? Is there any evidence beyond “he said, she said”?

There is.

Evidence has come out that reveals Daniels has flip-flopped on her statements.

In an article by The Hill, writer Rebecca Savransky pointed out that Cohen released a signed document from Daniels stating the affair never happened.

The letter reads:


I recently became aware that certain news outlets are alleging that I had a sexual and/or romantic affair with Donald Trump many, many, many years ago. I am stating with complete clarity that this is absolutely false. My involvement with Donald Trump was limited to a few public appearances and nothing more. When I met Donald Trump, he was gracious, professional and a complete gentleman to me and EVERYONE in my presence.

Rumors that I have received hush money from Donald Trump are completely false. If indeed I had a relationship with Donald Trump, trust me, you wouldn’t be reading about it in the news, you would be reading it in my book. But the fact of the matter is, these stories are not true.

Stormy Daniels

And leftists news outlets haven’t showed this document. Why? Because it destroys their narrative that Trump had an affair while married to Melania.

If their narrative is true, why don’t they explain this? Is there any wonder why President Trump refers to them as “fake news?”

Of course, Trump’s die-hard critics will just argue that Daniels provided the letter as part of the $130,000 agreement alleged in The Wall Street Journal report. But as the letter points out, if the story were true and verifiable, she could be making a lot more money by selling it in book form, then a movie, then who knows what in the current atmosphere of Trump hatred.

Even for a lie these days, she could make more money — if it could be backed up.

Of course, if Trump did have an affair with Daniels, that would be a matter between him, and Melania and God. And Lord knows he wouldn’t be the first president to have done it. (He also hasn’t lied about it under oath, like a famous Democrat predecessor.)

But as things stand, and with the evidence this letter offers, it looks like the “get Trump” gang have come up empty again.

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