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This Just In: Obama Officials PAID OVER $1 Million To Spy In Trump Campaign

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We all know Barack Obama is deemed the most corrupt President in modern day America. Hell, he’s made Dick Nixon seem not so much of a crook! That’s a fact when looking at all the major ways the former POTUS conducted business in Washington. When Barack Obama was elected he promised to make his administration the most transparent yet. We learned that wasn’t true that the Obama admin would become the most secretive admin since Richard Nixon. Spying on American citizens, and allowing hackers to steal our data is just the start of what was to be the most corrupt administration in history.

It’s recently been brought to light the FBI planted a “Spy” in the Trump campaign to report back with any good information that could de-rail the Trump Train. Now they know it has backfired, and Barack Obama is about to be handed down something we’ve all been waiting for!

Public records show that Stefan Halper “FBI Informant” spied on the Trump campaign and was paid a large sum in 2016 for all the work he did for Obama’s team. Even before the election began, the Department of Defense paid Halper over $280,000 to “track spending data” by the US government. This sounds a bit suspicious, right?!

Now, General Michael Flynn’s son, Michael Flynn Jr. just sent out a huge warning. It seems his message is directly aimed at the FBI informant, Stefan Halper who spied on the Trump campaign. With the amount of money that Halper was given, there must be something serious they are looking for. Or maybe the left is just that desperate and will do anything it takes, even if it is dishonest, to win. Thank God Michael Flynn Jr. has decided to step up and reveal the truth. Via 100percentfedup:

Zero Hedge is now reporting that less than a week after Stefan Halper was outed as the FBI informant who infiltrated the Trump campaign, public records reveal that the 73-year-old Oxford University professor and former U.S. government official was paid handsomely by the Obama administration starting in 2012 for various research projects.

A longtime CIA and FBI asset who once reportedly ran a spy-operation on the Jimmy Carter administration, Halper was enlisted by the FBI to spy on several Trump campaign aides during the 2016 U.S. election. Meanwhile, a search of public records reveals that between 2012 and 2018, Halper received a total of $1,058,161 from the Department of Defense.

Halper’s contracts were funded through four annual awards paid directly out of the Pentagon’s Office of Net Assessment (ONA). Established as the DoD’s “internal think tank” in 1973 by Richard Nixon (whose administration Halper worked for), the ONA was run by foreign policy strategist Andrew Marshallfrom its inception until his 2015 retirement at the age of 93, after which he was succeeded by current director James H. Baker.

director James H. Baker.

Halper’s most recent award was noted recently by Trump supporter Jacob Wohl, which piqued the interest of internet researchers who continued the analysis.

According to the Website USASPENDING.gov, the payments to Halper are for “RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES (2012),” “RESEARCH AND STUDIES – THE YEAR 2030, (2014)”, “RUSSIA-CHINA RELATIONSHIP STUDY. (2015),” and “INDIA AND CHINA ECON STUDY (2016).”

(h/t ProHeat)

Jacob Wohl tweeted: HUGE! Federal Records reveal that Obama, Clapper and Brennan Paid Stefan Halper $282,295 to SPY ON THE TRUMP CAMPAIGN!

Stefan Halper was the same person who invited George Papadopolous to London, where he just so happened to sit down next to that infamous Australian “Diplomat” (who also worked with the Clinton Foundation)

Wohl claims Stefan Halper is the “bag man” who helped Brennan and Clapper carry out all the spying against the Trump campaign after Barack Obama requested this information!

To read more head over to American Journal Review 

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