Alan Dershowitz Embarrasses Himself Insisting AMI's 'Extortion-ish' Threat To Jeff Bezos Is Not Illegal
Law professor Alan Dershowitz on Sunday defended "The National Enquirer's" parent company, AMI, and its chairman, David Pecker, against allegations that they attempted to blackmail Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.
No, really. Alan Dershowitz says lying to federal law enforcement is okay. At what point does the American Bar Association consider dis-barring this compromised charlatan?
Dershowitz is so compromised. He should be dis-barred.
Law professor Alan Dershowitz, an ardent defender of Donald Trump, argued on Sunday that former Trump campaign Chairman Paul Manafort's cooperation with special counsel Robert Mueller is bad news for the president.
Kilmeade wonders aloud why all the investigations pointing at Trump have to happen right now. As if we should simply allow the criminal syndicate to operate normally!
Alan Dershowitz went all the way around the bend on Fox & Friends, predicting that exposure of evildoing will happen to everyone, without acknowledging Manafort and Cohen's misdeeds.
Maria Bartiromo stood at the ready to rehabilitate Rudy with the assistance of Dershowitz, who wouldn't necessarily know truth if it smacked him in the face.
Wait, what?!? No Alan, they don't.
Setting up an LLC to pay off people to be silent about things that might embarrass a successful political candidate "happens all the time" according to Alan Dershowitz. Really?
Michael Avenatti, attorney for alleged Trump mistress Stormy Daniels, on Sunday called out Alan Dershowitz for having a poor record of accuracy when it comes to predicting outcomes for the president's legal troubles.
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