It has been widely reported that the Obama administration had a spy working inside the Trump campaign.
If this is true, and it is likely accurate, the Obamagate spying scandal will make Watergate look like a child’s game.
As previously reported internet sleuths have determined who the FBI spy was inside the Trump campaign.
Jeff Carlson at theMarketswork on Thursday put together a piece where he places an individual by the name of Stefan Halper as a potential FBI spy into the Trump campaign. (Note that some believe that Obama may have had more than one spy on the Trump campaign).
Carlson concluded his post with the following:
My guess is Papadopoulos never knew what hit him. A young man, suddenly thrust into a position beyond his experience, Papadopoulos made for an easy intelligence target.
Carter Page almost certainly discussed the just completed Moscow trip with his host, Stefan Halper, during the London symposium.
It’s now being reported that Devin Nunes has learned the identity of a “top secret intelligence source” that was part of the FBI’s Counterintelligence Investigation.
I think there’s a decent chance that source is Stefan Halper.
Halper had contact with both Papadopulos and Carter Page. Halper has connections to UK Intelligence and US Intelligence. Halper met with Carter Page just days after Page’s Moscow trip.
A second Internet sleuth ties Halper to the Obama team of crooks. Jacob Wohl on Twitter identified Federal Records that reveal that the Obama Administration paid Stefan Halper $282,295 to apparently spy on the Trump campaign:
HUGE! Federal Records reveal that Obama, Clapper and Brennan Paid Stefan Halper $282,295 to SPY ON THE TRUMP CAMPAIGN! pic.twitter.com/GoCeIMYCOW
— Jacob Wohl (@JacobAWohl) May 11, 2018
Stefan Halper held an interview with BBC Radio 4 on May 17, 2017.
This is the same day the DOJ announced Robert Mueller as the Special Counsel.
Halper trashed President Trump during the interview accusing him of not being up to the job of President of the United States.
Is the Trump FBI inquiry of Watergate proportions? Stefan Halper, a White House official under Nixon, says it's "moving in that direction". pic.twitter.com/PPftj6xXHM
— BBC Radio 4 Today (@BBCr4today) May 19, 2017