It has been widely reported that the Obama administration had a spy working inside the Trump campaign.
As previously reported, in the fall of 2016, Pentagon analyst Adam Lovinger complained to his bosses about Trump campaign spy Stefan Halper’s exorbitant contracts.
The informant, Stefan Halper, was paid a total of $411,575 in 2016 and 2017 for work with the US government that included spying on the Trump campaign.
Internet sleuth Jacob Wohl discovered that Stefan Halper was paid $282,295 in September 2016 for “research and development in the social sciences and humanities.”
Another Twitter sleuth identified a second payment to Halper in the amount of $129,280 making the total payments to Halper more than $400,000 from President Obama’s Administration to spy on the future President of the United States.
Last Thursday Eric Felton reported at Real Clear Politics that Halper managed to collect $1.05 million from the the Department of Defense’s Office of Net Assessment over four years for work that appears to be barely supervised and of dubious value.
And previously reported Halper’s spying continued into 2017 after Trump was sworn into office. The deep state was still spying on Trump.
In the fall of 2016, 12-year Pentagon analyst and whistleblower Adam Lovinger complained to his bosses about Stefan Halper’s exorbitant contracts.
In May 2017 Adam Lovinger was stripped of his security clearance for speaking out against the questionable contracts to Stefan Halper.
The deep state is in no hurry to reveal more of Stephen Halper’s role in spying for Obama on the Trump campaign and administration.
In July 2018 top congressional Democrats wrote National Intelligence Director Dan Coats to demand the Trump administration keep classified information on Trump campaign spy Stefan Halper.
And here is an update…
BREAKING: Pentagon's Office of Net Assessment has until Thursday to turn over to the Senate all records related to CIA/FBI spy Stef Halper's suspicious $1 mil contracts, which include 3 trips to London in 2016 & interviews with "former Russian diplomats and intelligence officers"
— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) July 21, 2019