Last week the lawyer for the illegal alien who was charged in the killing of Iowa college student Mollie Tibbetts filed a motion to force the government to stop calling his client an illegal alien. Now, celebrity porn lawyer Michael Avenatti is demanding that the press stop calling him a “celebrity lawyer.” He seems fine with the “ creepy porn lawyer” thing, but don’t you dare call him a celebrity. In related news, Avenatti did a photo shoot for Vogue with a famed celebrity photographer and here’s the “non-celerity” on the red carpet at the VMAs:

Avenatti, who represents porn actress Syromy Daniels in her ridiculous attempt to take down President Trump, loves the attention the left has given him and is even threatening to run for president in 2020 as a democrat. All of this attention he craves however makes him look less-than-serious and he wants it to stop. Well, he doesn’t want the attention to stop, just the perception that he’s a total joke of a human being.

In a month-long period earlier this Spring, Avenatti gave nearly 150 separate TV interviews (mostly on CNN). That averages out to around 5 TV interviews a day for an entire month. This is not what someone who isn’t seeking fame does and yet…

To the press – pls stop calling me a “celebrity.” I am not one. I am a 18 yr lawyer that has successfully fought on behalf of Davids vs. Goliaths in complicated cases across the nation, including many involving constitutional law. I first started working on FISA issues in 1996.

— Michael Avenatti (@MichaelAvenatti) August 28, 2018

Falsely labeling me a “celebrity” allows one to ignore my background and legal experience dealing with many complicated issues at the forefront of our society. It also allows for ridiculous comparisons to a certain reality star, who knew nothing about the law or government.

— Michael Avenatti (@MichaelAvenatti) August 28, 2018

Somehow Donald Trump has managed to do a kick-ass job as President, while all Avenatti can do is go on TV and look like a jackass. This is definitely the creepy porn lawyer’s unofficial announcement of his 2020 candidacy. He’s trying to tout his experience in running the government by vaguely highlighting his ambulance-chasing credentials.

So, Micheal Avenatti doesn’t want to be called a celebrity? Well, what’s up with this?

“When I started this, I just wanted to save my own ass, not everybody else’s.” https://t.co/wYUzDmoCHJ

— Vogue Magazine (@voguemagazine) August 28, 2018

A featured piece in Vogue magazine with shots by celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz? The timing of Avenatti’s “don’t call me a celebrity” tweets and the Vogue magazine profile is too perfect. This guy couldn’t be any more full of shit if he tried.

It does make Avenatti a perfect democrat however. On top of being liars, liberals hate being described accurately. Hillary Clinton doesn’t like being called a loser or a liar or a traitor, but she’s all of those things and more. Her husband Bill hates being called a sexual predator, especially when the victims of his sexual assault say it. Maxine Waters gets mad when President Trump calls her “low IQ” or at least she thinks she doesn’t like it because she’s really too dumb to know for sure.

Michael Avenatti is famous because he worked really hard to get that way. He’s not a celebrity because he has any talent or appeal, just because he’s a loud-mouthed jerk who attacks Donald Trump, which is something the liberal media loves. He’s not fit to be President of the United States, but he certainly qualifies for an appearance on Dancing With The Stars.