Investigative reporter Paul Sperry has documented at least six informants who tried to infiltrate the Trump campaign and that there might be a 7th that he will not name until he has further proof.
This is the most egregious political attempt to overthrow an election in US history. We are getting information in dribs and drabs but sooner or later the dam will burst and the full depth of corruption by Obama and company will be known by all. If it happens before the midterm elections, it will spell disaster for the Democrats who have been covering up the scandal.
As the Russia meddling into the 2016 US election unwinds, the meddling by the Obama Administration’s CIA and FBI, is becoming surprisingly more and more clear.
Internet sleuth, former D.C. Bureau Chief for Investors Business Daily, author and Hoover Institution Media Fellow, Paul Sperry, tweeted a list of 6 or 7 individuals that worked for or were suspected of working for the FBI/CIA and who were involved in spying on President Trump.
Sperry tweeted –
Partial list of known and suspected FBI/CIA informants/assets who have spied on or informed on the Trump campaign:
2. Halper/Azra Turk
5. Simpson/Nellie Ohr
6. Daniel Jones
— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) May 23, 2018
Christopher Steele has worked with the FBI and Hillary Clinton and he was paid $168k for his work. It is illegal for a campaign in the United States to 0pay money to a foreign source. Steele is the author of the fictional Hillary dossier.
Joseph Mifsud, a source for US intelligence was one of 3 informants to try to make contact with low-level Trump campaign worker George Papadopoulos. The other two are Stefan Halper and Alexander Downer. Once his involvement in the entrapment plot was discovered has disappeared an no one seems to know where he is at.
Alexander Downer is another US intelligence set and yet another foreigner to be mixed up in the spying scandal. His job was to get Papadopoulos to pass on the information planted by Mifsud in order to then feed it to the FBI.
Stefan Halper, an FBI informant who has made at least a million dollars for spying for the FBI.
According to Jeff Carlson at theMarketswork –
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.
Glenn Simpson and Nellie Ohr
Nellie Ohr is in the middle of the FBI/CIA scandal –
Nellie Ohr is the “dossier” spying scandal’s woman in the middle.
To one side of Ohr, there is the Fusion GPS team, including fellow contractor Christopher Steele. To the other, there is husband Bruce Ohr, who, until his “dossier”-related demotion, was No. 4 man at the Department of Justice, and a key contact there for Steele.
Simpson is one of the co-founders of Fusion GPS, a firm that specializes in smearing people with false accusations. Daniel Jones
According to the failing liberal New York Times –
From the start, he was a central casting misfire — the dark artist slicing through the capital by electric scooter, a cloak-and-dagger digger better known to former colleagues for scratching his bare belly in plain office view.
In a past career, Glenn R. Simpson had been a reporter’s reporter, tenacious through two decades in journalism, often driving the Washington story of the day — congressional corruption, fund-raising shenanigans, sundry misbehavior — but never becoming it himself. “It’s not news when things go right,” he told a group of students in 1991, describing his craft. “When things go right, it’s boring.”
Mr. Simpson’s life has not been boring for some time now. It has, perhaps inevitably, become news.
As investigators circle President Trump’s administration over ties to Russia during the 2016 campaign, Mr. Simpson, a 53-year-old Wall Street Journal veteran-turned-master of high-dollar research, has arrived at the biggest story of either of his careers, lurching to the center of the Russia-tinged scandal that clouds the presidency.
Mr. Trump knows his work intimately. Mr. Simpson is the man behind an explosive dossier — produced at his firm, Fusion GPS, with a former British spy, Christopher Steele — outlining possible connections between the president, his associates and Russian officials.
It is no accident that all of these people trying to infiltrate Trump’s campaign or to smear his campaign workers are informants of the FBI and the DOJ. Time to drain those two swamps.