Clinton’s defense attorney was the latest Kavanaugh Accuser

Following a New York Times report detailing new allegations of sexual misconduct against Justice Brett Kavanaugh of the Supreme Court, evidence has emerged that the latest accuser, Max Stier, used to work for the Clintons.

The Times published a story on Saturday pushing questionable claims that the genitals of Kavanaugh were thrown into the hand of a woman while drunk at a college party.

The allegation was not substantiated, and the supposed victim’s friends deny having any memory of the case.

Max Stier, a lawyer who represented both Bill and Hillary Clinton when Bill Clinton was charged with revealing himself to a girl in the 1990s, is the guy who says he witnessed the incident.

After Paula Jones accused him of exposing himself to her in a hotel room, Stier, a Democrat, represented President Bill Clinton. Clinton settled for $850,000 with Jones and for five years lost his law license.

Stier also worked closely with David Kendall, representing Hillary Clinton in the Whitewater investigation against allegations of illegal processing of classified information. On the other hand of the Clinton impeachment fight, Kavanaugh worked with Ken Starr. Kavanaugh had accused his opponents of “vengeance on behalf of the Clintons” during his confirmation hearings. This allegation seems to verify that.

Saraacarter.com reports: In a significant twist, NYTimes editorial was forced to create a correction to its bombshell tale about Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh that the “presumed victim said she did not recall the supposed sexual assault in question at all.” Editors ‘ Note states: “An previous version of this article, which was adapted from a forthcoming novel, did not include one component of the novel. The book claims the woman student has refused to be interviewed and friends say she does not remember the incident. But NYTimes publishers also omitted another significant detail, that Max Stier, the accuser who “saw Mr. Kavanaugh with his trousers down at another drunken college party, where friends pushed his penis into the hands of a female student,” worked as a Clinton defense attorney, or Stier’s legal battles with Kavanaugh during the Whitewater investigation.

The only allegedly fresh statement created in the novel is not new and comes from Democrat lawyer Max Stier, a Kavanaugh’s Yale classmate with whom he has a lengthy and controversial history. During the Whitewater investigation in the 1990s when Kavanaugh worked for Independent Counsel Ken Starr, they were “matched” against each other in the words of the Yale Daily News. Stier defended President Bill Clinton, whose legal problems started when he was accused by a female of revealing herself to her in her hotel room. Clinton later settled for $850,000 with the lady and ended up losing his law license for five years due to a contempt of court summons for inaccurate testimony. Stier worked intimately with David Kendall, who continued to protect Hillary Clinton against accusations that classified information had been illegally handled. Kavanaugh’s reference to his opponents motivated by “vengeance on behalf of the Clintons” met with stupidity from the liberal media, despite the unusually big amount of Clinton-affiliated lawyers who continued to pop up during his confirmation hearings. (Excerpt from TheFederalist.com) NYTimes was forced to update its narrative only after The Federalist Mollie Hemingway flagged the omission of the article on Twitter: Democratic presidential candidates Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders, Beto O’Rourke, Cory Booker and Julian Castro, among others, were quick to declare that Kavanaugh “must be impeached”

I was sitting through the hearings. Lied to the United States by Brett Kavanaugh. Senate and the American people most important. He was brought to court by a sham process and his position at the court is an insult to the pursuit of truth and justice.

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