LOL: Michael “Creepy Porn Lawyer” Avenatti Is Bitter That Biden Stole His Campaign Slogan

(Tea Party PAC) – Michael Avenatti may be facing the rest of his life behind bars for doing what creepy porn lawyers do best: ripping off his clients and trying to blackmail massive corporations, but he is apparently still worth ripping off.

That is, if your Joe Biden, who apparently can’t even hire people to come up with original one-liners and has to resort, as he has throughout his career, to plagiarism.

Avenatti, who teased his own presidential run before his many criminal charges began piling up, is apparently a little bit bitter, however, that he was on the receiving end of this.

During a speech in Iowa on Tuesday, Biden dropped the line “let’s make America America again,” which Avenatti used during his brief time as a darling of the mainstream media.

“You know [Trump] says let’s make America Great Again?” Biden asked. “Let’s make America, America Again.”

“I wish I would have thought of this,” Avenatti wrote on Twitter in response. “Oh Wait.”

Avenatti, perhaps recognizing how biter he sounded, deleted that reaction…but not before some folks got some screenshots, of course!

He followed the deleted tweet up with what was a likely attempt to be a good sport about the plagiarism.

“Since I won’t be using it, I’m happy @JoeBiden is using ‘Let’s Make America America Again,’” Avenatti then wrote from his account, which is protected. “Because it’s a damn good slogan and message.”

Avenatti became fond of using this phrase in London last year, when he joined protests against Trump during POTUS’ first visit to the UK.

“I’m here to send a loud and clear message that there are millions of Americans that want to make America America again,” the now-disgraced lawyer told the BBC at the time.

In August of 2018, Avenatti also dropped the line at the Iowa Wing Ding (wut) fundraiser as pat of his closing remarks:

We can—and will—make the American dream real again.

We will make America decent again.

We will make America productive again.

We will make America dynamic again.

We will make America fair again.

We will make America respected again.

And above all else, we will make America America again.

Turns out, doesn’t seem like Avenatti can even take full credit for the phrase, although it seems at the time he would have liked to be given full credit.

In 2016, Scott Baio used this phrase during a speech endorsing Trump at the Republican National Convention.

“Let’s make America great again. But let’s make America America again,” Baio said.

When Baio dropped the line which Avenatti and Biden would later go on to use, then Twitter was concerned about originality.