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

Partnership for Public Service (PPS) was a company founded by a man named Samuel J. Heyman.  Back in the 1960s and '70s, Heyman was one of the most vicious corporate raiders that graced the pages of Fortune Magazine.  His rambunctious style of company takeovers was viewed as both malicious and from-the-hip.  His reputation for blunders and missteps, however, caused him to lose more money at times than make it, ultimately costing him hundreds of millions of dollars over his lifetime.

Max Stier became President and CEO of the company and appeared as a low-key type of individual, bent of fostering a forward-thinking, down-the-middle type of business model.  He generally stayed out of the limelight when it came to political opinions, but did on certain occasions dip his toe into those waters, writing op-eds in The Washington Post and on other smaller websites.

When news of his involvement in this Kavanaugh story broke, many rushed to do exposes on his background, rightly pointing out some of his connections to both the Clintons and Obama.


Max Stier, the man behind a new sexual misconduct allegation against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, was not only a former classmate of Kavanaugh’s at Yale but also a foe during the Bill Clinton impeachment trial.

Stier, 53, served on the team defending Clinton, while Kavanaugh served on Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr’s team that was investigating Clinton. As Yale Daily News put it:

In 1994, Kavanaugh joined the legal team, led by Kenneth Starr, that was looking into President Bill Clinton’s real estate dealings as part of the Whitewater investigation. Later that decade, Kavanaugh co-wrote the Starr Report, which established broad grounds for Clinton’s impeachment.

Those proceedings pitted Kavanaugh against a former Yale classmate, Max Stier ’87, a fellow member of Stiles College who was one of several attorneys representing Clinton during the investigation.

The Federalist’s Mollie Hemingway noted in a piece that during those proceedings Stier had “worked closely with David Kendall,” who would later defend Hillary Clinton against allegations of illegally handling classified information.

The article also pointed to donations that were made to both the DNC and President Obama's campaign.  His second wife, Florence Yu Pan, it was noted, was also a donor to the campaign of Senator John Kerry.  In 2016, Obama nominated Yu Pan to be a judge on the Washington, D.C. US District Court, however, the Senate failed to vote on it before it expired.  She currently serves as an associate judge on the DC Supreme Court.  Before that, she was also attached to the Southern District of New York court which is currently at odds with the Trump administration over his past tax returns.

Most of this information has been floating out there for the past two days, however, there is even more that has not yet been given a proper airing in the media.  Truth and Action has uncovered more information regarding the mysteriously quiet Max Stier and his past entanglements with controversy surrounding 9-11, as well as close ties with both the Resistance and Progressive dark money ATM Arabella Advisors!

Turn to the next page to read more about these entanglements and how they may serve to answer many questions as to the real, underlying reasons for his opposition to both Kavanaugh and Donald Trump!



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