Michael Cohen’s Alma Mater, Thomas M. Cooley Law School, a Punchline in the Legal World
May 4, 2018
— POLITICO (@politico) May 4, 2018
Politico doesn’t paint a pretty picture of Michael Cohen’s alma mater, Thomas M. Cooley Law School. In fact it refers to the school as engaging in “predatory admissions,” or admitting people who likely won’t pass the bar.
And if they do graduate, half will not pass the bar. pic.twitter.com/QOysu3aXh8
— Michael Itzkowitz (@mikeitzkowitz) May 4, 2018
It’s not too much of a stretch that a school that preys on the weak would churn out desperate attorneys. These are the type of attorneys that are just grateful to even have jobs and become predatory themselves. Desperate people, who are insecure and feel inferior, have something to prove and are highly sought after by unethical businesses. It’s inconsistent and contradictory (trigger for The Sociopathic Business Model™) for Trump, who often boasts of his Ivy League education, to hire someone from “a punchline in the legal world,” of a law school. It’s not a mistake that Donald Trump selected/groomed Michael Cohen, from a fifth rate law school, to be his personal attorney, it was by design.
Per The Sociopathic Business Model™, unethical people who own unethical companies engaged in illegal activity will insulate themselves from the crime by selecting and grooming easily manipulated executives. Not unlike the first time CEO’s in Silicon Valley’s venture capital- funded startups (CEnO), written extensively about on this site, these unqualified,desperate for credibility people are sought and groomed by unethical businesses. They are easily manipulated into breaking the law for their employer and will take the fall when legal issues inevitably arise. Trump’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen a target of a federal investigation is no different than:
Uber’s former CEO Travis Kalanick, currently under federal investigations or
Theranos’ CEO Elizabeth Holmes who just settled a federal investigation or
Acclarent’s former CEO William (Bill) Facteau who was convicted during a federal investigation.
For the unqualified the lure of easy money and instant credibility within their field (image v substance) is enough of a carrot for them to break the law for their employers. In Cohen’s case, it’s Trump and in the startup world, it’s the Venture Capitalists that pull the strings.
The puppets who break the law on behalf of the money people falsely think they’ll be protect if the feds come knocking. Their arrogance prevents them to ever thinking that it’s if the feds come knocking, it’s when. All accomplices eventually become victims under The Sociopathic Business Model™. Here’s the thing, it’s tough to ever see Cohen, Kalankick, Holmes or Facteau as victims in the traditional sense because they’ve all likely committed or were convicted of federal crimes. It just means that their employers shifted blame while not taking accountability leaving them responsible for the crime. It doesn’t make them any less guilty but it does mean the government seldom gets all the guilty parties. As a former successful federal whistleblower, when someone in the investigation flips on the target of the investigation it helps the government’s case. If Cohen is facing jail, he’ll flip like a pancake on Trump . Silicon Valley #Boardwhores who fund these startups are shrewd enough to distance themselves from the paper trial and I’d imagine the same is the case with Trump and Cohen.
Sadly, many low level parasites have #FraudEnvy and look up to the Trumps or venture capital boards that fund startup #GodsOfFrauds that get away with federal crimes. They’ll even hire their own low-level parasitic attorney from the same or similar law schools like Thomas M. Cooley. Fortunately their arrogance and delusion will prevent them from ever comprehending that their own attorney would flip on them or cut a deal with the feds to save their own ass. It’s also fortunate that at the lower levels of crime it’s easy to link the architect of the crime to the actual crime. So the attorney and the architect of the crime could both end up holding hands in federal prison.
Perhaps Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich should fund a study to see how many attorneys have been sanctioned or disbarred from low level law schools practicing in the state of Arizona.
Proving once again that Cohen is nothing more than a pawn: