Michael Cohen Cashing In on Donations for Anti-Trump Rants on TikTok


Disgraced former attorney Michael Cohen has been cashing in on donations through Chinese-owned social media platform TikTok as he rants about President Donald Trump to his 290,000 followers.

Cohen is supposed to be a star witness against Trump in his New York “hush money” trial.

His TikTok livestreams last for hours and attract thousands of viewers.

Some of those viewers give him TikTok “gifts” to fuel his anti-Trump rants.

The gifts have financial value which can be cashed in.

On Tuesday night, Cohen reportedly said during a livestream: “Trump 2024? … More like Trump 20-24 years.”

Last Wednesday, Cohen said he would not make any more public remarks about Trump until after he testifies at the trial.

However, that night he mentioned him again during a conversation with radical Hollywood leftist Rosie O’Donnell on that night’s livestream.

“I’m washing my hands of him until I end up seeing him face-to-face and I am a witness on the stand to provide truthful testimony,” Cohen alleged.

Trump’s attorneys already plan to argue that Cohen is benefitting financially from his antagonism toward Trump.

As with many anti-Trump public figures, Cohen’s comments are often amplified by the corporate media, boosting his profile.

Besides social media, his books about Trump, including one named “Revenge,” may receive a boost in sales because of his prominence in the Democrats’ “hush money” trial.

His testimony in the case will bring his connection to Trump back into the spotlight.

ABC News noted that Cohen’s livestream viewer count “dropped to triple digits” when he said he would stop discussing Trump.

By the weekend, he was back discussing the trial,” the outlet reported.

Cohen is named as the person who supposedly made the payments to Stormy Daniels and other Trump accusers.

He now says Trump put him up to it and paid him back in installments,

Trump says he never made any “hush money” payments to his accusers and was paying Cohen for legitimate legal services.

However, Cohen’s credibility is severely damaged because he admitted during Trump’s civil trial before Judge Arthur Engoron that he lied on the witness stand during his trial.

He admitted to perjuring himself in his guilty plea for tax evasion.

How are jurors supposed to trust a man who admits he lied under oath previously?

How can they believe he’s telling the truth now?

Trump’s lawyers will vigorously argue that they can’t.

The bottom line is that jurors in deep blue New York City are going to believe what they want to believe – or what someone convinces them to believe – about Trump and his “guilt” in the case.

Cohen’s grift now entirely revolves around his links to Trump.

His tactics will hopefully be seen for what they are–an attempt to capitalize on other Trump-haters’ narratives for his own benefit.


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