Michael Cohen, Donald Trump’s personal attorney, is having a very bad week, to put it mildly.
It all started when FBI agents raided Cohen’s New York office and also searched his house and a hotel room he occupies in downtown Manhattan.
Things got worse when it was revealed that Cohen is under investigation by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York on charges that range from bank and wire fraud to campaign-finance violations in the Stormy Daniels matter.
But all is not lost for Mr. Cohen. Some Trump supporters organized a protest against Stormy Daniels in Florida on Friday evening. Daniels attorney, Michael Avenatti, alleges that the protest was organized by none other than Cohen.
And the protest, it should be noted, was absent one key element: Protesters.
As Avenatti was delighted to document and publicize, the anti-Stormy rally drew an enormous crowd of exactly four people.
Avenatti broadcast a photo of the four people protesting against his client on Twitter, no doubt knowing that both Cohen and Donald Trump would be sure to see the posting:
— Michael Avenatti (@MichaelAvenatti) April 14, 2018
That’s what you call expert level trolling, and some of the comments in response to the pathetic assemblage of protesters were equally hilarious:
At least they were able share an Uber home afterward. ?
— Rupert Pupkin (@KingAComedy) April 14, 2018
Wow…four people. He must have spent hours organizing that.?
— Jamie Osta???? (@JamieOsta) April 14, 2018
A herd of four. Nice.
— Asinus Asinum Fricat (@Fricat) April 14, 2018
??????looks like trumps inauguration
— tigertime (@judsonmilligan) April 14, 2018
? Come for the drama. Stay for the trolling.
— hedgie? (@erinaceid) April 14, 2018
They got paid $4.50 an hour, but after running out of cash, offered maga hats at a 50% discount.
— Melanie Anne-#VetsResistSquadron (@MelAnneRose) April 14, 2018
Clearly, Michael Cohen is about as successful at organizing things as the orange douche weasel he represents.
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