Liberal media outlets are wasting their time trying to pump up the Stormy Daniels story. Voters just don’t care. The bland scandal has been dragging on for too long.
Trump’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen, forked over $130,000 in hush money right before the election. The sum was paid to Daniels in exchange for her signing a nondisclosure agreement. She received a huge lump of cash, Cohen received a promise that she wouldn’t tarnish his client by talking about their alleged affair.
A new poll shows that a mere 23% of voters think the Daniels story matters. A stunning 90% of Republicans think that issue is completely unimportant. Even most Democrats don’t really care about what happened.
“Do you think the question of whether or not President Trump knew about the payment to Stormy Daniels is an important issue?” pollsters asked.
Only 38% of respondents said yes.
Cohen’s office was recently raided by federal investigators. A lot of liberals believe that the lawyer’s actions constitute fraud.
“We were contacted by various attorneys from the government who are looking into this,” Daniels’ attorney said on CNN.
“We’re going to cooperate fully. We’re going to be as user-friendly as possible. We’re going to respect the process. We understand the seriousness of this. This took on a whole ‘nother level within the last 48 hours.”
The scandal is great for Daniels and her team, bad for Cohen, and neutral for President Trump. Trump didn’t break any rules with the payment because he’s not the one who made it and no one really cares if he had an affair with Daniels. That’s a matter between him and his wife.
“I am unhappy to have my personal residence and office raided. But I will tell you that members of the FBI that conducted the search and seizure were all extremely professional, courteous and respectful. And I thanked them at the conclusion,” Cohen said after the raid.