Pentagon Whistleblower Canned After Exposing CIA Operative

In the fall of 2016, Adam Lovinger was a Pentagon analyst. Part of his job was to root out exorbitant expenditures and fishy looking contracts. He went to his bosses and complained about a couple of contracts he thought could not be justified.

One was a contract to Obama spy, Stefan Halper, and the other was a contract to Long-Term Strategy Group. Despite no experience in the field, Long Term Strategy Group received millions in contracts. Also, that company is owned by Chelsea Clinton’s best friend, Jacqueline Newmyer Deal. After reporting these two anomalies, Lovinger was fired. The Pentagon even refused to provide his lawyer with papers explaining what Lovinger did to get fired.

Via Sara Carter:

Lovinger also raised concerns about Halper’s role in conducting what appeared to be diplomatic meetings with foreigners on behalf of the U.S. government because his role as contractor forbids him from doing so, according to U.S. federal law.

An investigation by reveals that the documents and information Lovinger stumbled on and other documents obtained by this news site, raise troubling questions about Halper, who was believed to have worked with the CIA and part of the matrix of players in the bureau’s ‘CrossFire Hurricane’ investigation into Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign. Halper, who assisted the FBI in the Russia investigation, appears to also have significant ties to the Russian government, as well as sources connected directly to President Vladimir Putin.

Halper did not respond to requests for comment.

“When Mr. Lovinger raised concerns about DoD’s misuse of Stefan Halper in 2016, he did so without any political designs or knowledge of Mr. Halper’s spying activities,” Bigley told “Instead, Mr. Lovinger simply did what all Americans should expect of our civil servants: he reported violations of law and a gross waste of public funds to his superiors.”

 “Mr. Lovinger unwittingly shined a spotlight on the deep state’s secret weapon – Stefan Halper – and threatened to expose the truth about the Trump-Russia collusion narrative than being plotted: that it was all a set-up.”

Finally, Judicial Watch is now suing the Pentagon and DOJ over Lovinger’s firing.