Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) did not attend law school.
When he pointed this out, celebrity activist lawyer Michael Avenatti, who represented Stormy Daniels and a Brett Kavanaugh accuser, thought he was being clever.
Then, with just one tweet, the Senate Judiciary account fired back hard.
Avenatti should feel very silly.
Am I correct that @ChuckGrassley never attended law school? How is it possible that the Senate Judiciary Comm Chairman has no legal experience? No wonder he doesn’t understand issues like “perjury,” FBI investigations, and which clients I have represented over the last 18 yrs.
— Michael Avenatti (@MichaelAvenatti) October 10, 2018
The Iowa farmer beat the all-time record for most circuit court nominees confirmed in a single Congress – and that's on top of two Supreme Court Justices.
— Senate Judiciary (@senjudiciary) October 10, 2018
Grassley attended the same law school as Judiciary Ranking Member Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA).
She did not attend law school, either.
1) Feinstein doesn't have a law degree, either.
2) Did you know there are no qualifications – not even a law degree – for serving on the Supreme Court?
2) If the laws are so difficult to comprehend that you need a law degree to understand them, the country is failing. https://t.co/BliEiucIG9
— Jonathan Allen (@jonallendc) October 10, 2018
Whereas you're so smart that you almost single-handedly ensured Kavanaugh got confirmed to the Supreme Court
— Michael McNally (@notoserfdom) October 10, 2018
Why would you subject poor paramedics to the lunacy of Avenatti?
Have you no sense of decency?
— Econ 101 🌹➡️☠️ (@MURedskn) October 10, 2018
@MichaelAvenatti you should probably stick to chasing ambulances and strippers
— J Van (@JMVan79) October 10, 2018
Alexa, show me “owning the libs:” pic.twitter.com/finuxMMvIT
— John Cooper (@thejcoop) October 10, 2018
List of Senate Judiciary Committee members without JDs:
— Tomer Elkayam (@TomerElk) October 10, 2018
And yet he is the Chairman of a Senate Committee and you are representing porn stars and challenging people to wrestling matches…
— Lisa Boothe (@LisaMarieBoothe) October 10, 2018