You guys, what if we’ve been wrong about Michael/Mikhail Cohen? Maybe the pride of the Thomas M. Cooley Law School (reportedly the worst law school in the country) isn’t a buffoon, would be goomba, and a second banana to a world-class Grifter, but instead is an in-demand, honorable, renaissance man of letters and science!
How else can one explain why so many successful and important multi-national conglomerates with hundreds of billions of Ameros in revenue and thousands of employees paid Cohen for his advice and insight? And for what?
AT&T says that its $200,000 in payments were made in order to gain insights into understanding the new administration.
Columbus Nova said it paid Cohen half a million dollars to act as a business consultant.
South Korea’s Korea Aerospace Industries Ltd (K.A.I.), says it paid Cohen $150,000 for accounting advice.
Novartis AG Novartis AG says that its $1.2 million contract with Cohen was focused on U.S. health-care policy matters.
All of these companies assure us that their payments were strictly on the up-and-up and in no way should theses fees and honorarium be seen as bribes.
Pay no attention t0 the fact that:
- AT&T is fighting an anti-trust lawsuit by the Department of Justice; you might have heard sumpin’ bout that from Comrade Stupid. Clue: CNN
- Columbus Nova biggest investor is owned by Russian oligarch Viktor Vekselberg. cannot imagine why the Russians would want to funnel money to Comrade Prznint.
- K.A.I is bidding for a multi-billion-dollar contract with the U.S. Air Force.
- Novartis said after its only sit-down meeting with Cohen to “discuss specific issues and strategies” that it was disappointed, and they concluded Cohen would likely be unable “to deliver.” Instead of trying to cancel the contract and payment, they “allowed it to lapse early in 2018 and not run the risk of “ticking-off the president,” which is totally what you learn in business school. Pay the dude $1M+ Ameros for misrepresenting himself and defrauding you. Business 101 class. D’uh. They teach that at Stanford I’m told.
So, you see, Cohen is a genius, a true Leonardo DiCaprio, er, da Vinci. Accountant, healthcare policy expert, bidness consultant, and insight-giver. I suppose the REAL question is how did these gigantic, multinational corporations learn about Cohen’s teeny-tiny, one-man LLC That was set up to pay hush money to knocked-up bunnies and other assorted sex workers on behalf of one (maybe two?) clients? The company, which Cohen set up just before the 2016 Goat Rodeo to silence Stormy Daniels, does not have a Web site or any employees. Perhaps some journalist might wanna look into that.
Cohen’s Essential Consultants LLC is as good and honorable bidness as Michael Cohen is a good and honorable lawyer, and totally not just Comrade Stupid’s stupidest lawyer. (Sorry Rudy!)