BREAKING: Kavanaugh’s Accuser Max Stier Was one of Bill Clinton’s Defense Attorneys

According to new reports,  the Yale classmate behind the new sexual misconduct allegation against Justice Kavanaugh was part of the team defending former President Clinton during his impeachment trial.

Responding to Clara Jeffrey, Sean Davis of “The Federalist” tweets:

Is that the same Max Stier who was one of Clinton’s defense attorneys? Yes, yes it is

Per DailyCaller, Democratic California Sen. Kamala Harris told NPR Monday morning that Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh should be impeached, even though none of the sexual misconduct allegations have been proven.

Harris joined several other Democratic presidential candidates in calling for impeachment, after the New York Times published a report based on a third party source who alleged he saw Kavanaugh act inappropriately at a party during their time at Yale.

“Someone should investigate this because the fact that something has not been proven, it doesn’t mean it didn’t occur, right?” Harris said.

The alleged victim mentioned in the New York Times article has said that she has no recollection of the incident, but Harris still wants an investigation.

“Squad” member Ayanna Pressley has introduced a resolution for impeachment of Kavanaugh.

Breitbart reports 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.

Stier once worked for a Republican congressman decades ago — Rep. Jim Leach (R-IA) in 1982, but he would later donate to Democrats. He donated $250 to the Democratic National Committee in 2000 while he worked at Housing and Urban Development, and then donated about $1,000 to former President Barack Obama in 2007 and 2008, according to the Federal Election Commission website.

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