Kavanaugh Accuser, Max Stier, Aligned with Clinton, Obama and the Resistance

By now, you have no doubt heard the ongoing saga regarding Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh and his so-called accuser, Deborah Ramirez, who was said to have been the victim of a horrific drunken assault at a frat party in Yale University decades ago.  You have also, no doubt, heard about the fact that a new book has exposed more details about this purported attack that has been featured in a New York Times deep dive report.

Over the past couple of days, the NYT story appears to be falling apart, however.  The new book entitled, “The Education of Brett Kavanaugh: An Investigation” was written by Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly and explores the Yale days of the Supreme Court Justice.  In recounting the most salacious parts of the book, the NYT omitted key information that, in and of itself, would literally make the story unpublishable.  The fact that the woman, Deborah Ramirez, has officially said that she does not remember the incident, was completely left out of the Times article.  Some have even gone so far as to accuse the Times of doing so purposefully for the sole effort to smear Justice Kavanaugh.  They, of course, blame sloppy editing.

In the meantime, another name that has surfaced, Max Stier, appears to swirl around this controversy because it was he who made the accusations regarding Kavanaugh, claiming that he witnessed the assault all those decades ago.  Who is Max Stier?  Well, according to the New York Times, he is merely a Washington, D.C. businessman who happens to be President and CEO of a group called Partnership for Public Service (PPS), an advocacy organization for government workers and solutions.

Although much of his background that is entangled with both the Clintons and Obama has been brought to light by this kerfuffle, it's the information about his past that has not come to light that is the most concerning.

Turn to the following page where you will read about exclusive newly unearthed information that links Mr. Stier not only to the Resistance, but to the San Francisco-based dark money bankroller known as Arabella Advisors!



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