FBI Documents PROVE Obama-Clapper-Brennan PAID To Have Trump Wiretapped.


Every day we get closer, and closer to proving that Barack Obama called the shots to spy on Donald Trump.

It’s all finally coming to a head. Recently, the FBI released documents that show a money trail that leads back to the Obama administration.

On July 31st, 2016 [as] the FBI opened a counterintelligence investigation against the Trump campaign. They did not inform Congress until March 2017. •At the beginning of August (1st-3rd) 2016 FBI Agent Peter Strzok traveled to London, England for interviews with UK intelligence officials.

We have no explicit information about whom Strzok met with in London immediately after the investigation was launched, but given what follows below, it seems quite likely that Stefan Halper was on his agenda and that generating a plan to ensnare unwitting dupes into incriminating-looking behavior had something to do with the trip.

  • On August 15th, 2016 Peter Strzok sends a text messageto DOJ Lawyer Lisa Page describing the “insurance policy”, needed in case Hillary Clinton were to lose the election.

But what led up to the formal opening?  An “E.C.” (electronic communication) apparently “was generated by CIA Director John Brennan and passed on to FBI Director James Comey.  The EC initiated the FBI Counterintelligence Operation” and now is the subject of demands by House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes, as the Washington Post reported:

At one point, Nunes had threatened to impeach top Justice Department officials when they did not immediately hand over an unredacted document detailing the origin of the investigation into whether the Trump campaign coordinated with Russia to influence the 2016 election.  The department later gave Nunes access to a version with modest redactions, and Nunes thanked Rosenstein for his cooperation.

Still secret is the name of someone at the heart of the so-called “raw intelligence” that Brennan passed on to Comey, which resulted in the FBI counterintelligence investigation that began on the last day of July 2016, three months before the presidential election.

For the intelligence agencies, Nunes’s request threatened to cross a red line of compromising sources and methods of U.S. intelligence-gathering, according to people familiar with their views.  Intelligence officials fear that providing even a redacted version of the information Nunes seeks could expose that person and damage relationships with other countries that serve as U.S. intelligence partners.

Yesterday, Clarice Feldman laid out the case that:

… there was collusion between certain members of the U.S. and British intelligence communities to spy on the Trump campaign.  This may explain, in large part, the reluctance of the Department of Justice to reveal what it knows publicly.  After all – with rare exceptions – the two countries’ intelligence services have long had important information gathering and sharing agreements, and exposure of this may harm the traditional reciprocal relationship.

And that the likely suspect is shadowy Stefan Halper…

… someone who worked with U.S. and apparently British intelligence, with a record of trying to spy on lowly campaign workers and even trick them into compromising actions, a U.S. citizen with strong ties to British intelligence who lived in the U.K.: Stefan Halper, a former advisor to three Republican presidents (and therefore, had perfect cover), a Cambridge Fellow, who, as we detail, interacted with various Trump campaign workers ostensibly to assist them.  On November 3, 2016, he publicly stated that Hillary would be the best option for U.S.-U.K. relations.  It’s reasonable to assume, therefore, that the “help” was not for the Trump campaign, but for Hillary

“I believe [Hillary] Clinton would be best for US-UK relations and for relations with the European Union. Clinton is well-known, deeply experienced and predictable. US-UK relations will remain steady regardless of the winner although Clinton will be less disruptive over time,” Halper, who served as deputy assistant secretary of state for political-military affairs and senior adviser to the Department of Defense and the Department of Justice, said.

Here’s how Halper “helped” the Trump campaign from publicly available information:

On July 16, 2016, he invited Carter Page to a Cambridge symposium 

On September 11, 2016, he met with a senior Trump official 

On September 13-16 he met with Papadopoulos.

Halper is a close associate of former MI6 head Richard Dearlove, who in a recent video interview, cagily refused to acknowledge the veracity of the Steele dossier.

It was previously reported that Halper had conducted a data-gathering operation to collect inside information on Jimmy Carter’s foreign policy during the 1980 campaign, a charge he strongly denied. But if that charge were true, he certainly had experience in such things.

If Halper was not a person we’d consider a mole in the campaign, as he never was actually part of the campaign team – just someone trying to fish for dirt (or lure people like Page and Papadopoulos into some compromising acts) – why the weasel description in the report Nunes is examining?


Since the publication of Clarice’s column, some fascinating information has come to light.  Twitter bloggers Jacob WohlDeplorable Lori, and Deplorable Jeff dug up public records indicating that Stefan Halper, who is said to have some sort of title connected with Cambridge University, has been receiving fat contracts from the federal government for “Research and Development in the Social Sciences and Humanities”:

Govt records show Stefan Halper was paid over $400k in 2 payments: September 2016 and July 2017! FBI????  Hat tip to @JacobAWohl

— Deplorable Jeff (@SoooooCal) May 12, 2018

H/T American Thinker

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