A Personal Appeal To Michael Avenatti NOT To Use The Slogan ‘Make America America Again’

by Shelton Bumgarner

Please Michael Avenatti, if you really want to run against Trump and win the presidency, please don’t use the dumb slogan Make America America Again. It’s dumb, it’s derivative and it’s redundant. Meanwhile, may I propose two other options in its stead.

I suggest either:

Take Back America
Take America Back

Both of these are much better and I would suggest you do a poll to see which one is better. Take Back America is a looking sharper rhetorically while Take America Back has the nice abbreviation of TAB. Either one of these potential slogans gets across the idea that America has been taken by forces outside its national boundaries. Both are pithier and roll of the tongue a lot better than your dumb suggestion.

But no one listens to me.

#FOTUS: Michael Cohen, Elliot Broidy, Shera Bechard & The Trump Crazytrain Express

by Shelton Bumgarner

I have finally come up with an easily understandable explanation for what happened with Shera Bechard and Elliot Broidy. What happened with them is the same thing that happened when John Wilkes Booth decided to kill Lincoln. There was an existing assassination plot floating around Washington D.C, he heard about it, and decided to use it. So the reason why it’s so difficult for people to believe it wasn’t Trump is because what they’re seeing is Trump’s existing method of dealing with a problem being used by someone else.

Some news — first, our favorite blowhard opportunist Michael Avenatti got the goods on whatever is inside the sealed complaint that Shera Bechard filed in her effort to get the rest of her $1.6 million hush money from Elliot Broidy. Avenatti has been completely silent on this issue, so that would indicate that he knows 100% that there’s no there there.

Meanwhile, a Huffington Post article says two anonymous sources say Bechard and Trump have never met each other. But they provide no proof that Broidy and Bechard know each other. And they’re anonymous. So the crazy train continues to rumble along for another day.

#FOTUS: Michael Avenatti & A Minor Plot Twist In The Shera Bechard, Broidy, Trump Daydream

by Shelton Bumgarner

Again, let me be clear that I am now 100% sure that Elliot Broidy had an affair with Shera Bechard, not Donald Trump, and all the confusion that’s been generated on by the sequence of events that began from when Bechard picked Keith Davidson to represent her. The only reason why I even write this blog post is it’s nice summer day and there’s some news on this front.

As you can tell from the above image, Bechard has sued for her money (Brody’s stopped paying the NDA money) and along the way sued seemingly ubiquitous media lawyer cum TV personality Michael Avenatti as well. This comes from the fact that Broidy thinks Keith Davidson gabbed to Avenatti about the details of the case, thus breaking the NDA.

This is all white noise in my view. There’s nothing to see here. The only thing of note at this point is Avenatti — probably because he couldn’t resist a bit of a sop to the enraged crowds who are his main supporters — threw in a “or may not have had” in his statement. It’s pretty clear to me at this point that Avenatti should know better. If he did talk to Davidson, then he knows that it was Broidy, not Trump in the first place. But I think it’s all part of his style of brinkmanship lawyering.

Anyway, this was all to be expected. I’ve had my fun looking into this and now it’s done. As I’ve said before, if something dramatic happened to change my views on what I feel is absolutely established — that Broidy is the father — I might black out for a moment or two. It would be a complete and total shock to me.

Shelton Bumgarner is a writer and photographer living in Richmond, Va. He may be reached at migukin (at) gmail (dot) com.