Documents Confirm FBI Spy Halper Was Paid $282k From Unidentified Obama ‘Defense Agency’
Always follow the money… Well, this money leads straight back to Barack Hussein Obama. Looks like Donald Trump was right all along.
Their total smugness about everything the Obama regime has done is absolutely amazing to me. These individuals are a threat to each and every American citizen who really loves this country and the constitution that gives us the power to hold government accountable! It’s time to say enough is enough.
— Deplorable News (@DeplorableNews) May 21, 2018
Trending: Obama Is Organizing “Shadow White House”
In one of the greatest reversals in recent political history (second only to Trump’s actual 2016 win), efforts by Democrats to frame the president’s supposed shady dealings with Russia have repeatedly blown up in their smug faces.
The latest of these explosions looks less like a grenade going off in the left’s collective face and more like the chained series of explosions Robert Duvall called down on communist Viet Cong guerrillas in that famed “Apocalypse Now” scene.
That might sound overly dramatic, but it’s not. Over the past few days the public has learned that the FBI had at least one spy in the Trump campaign, Stefan Halper. It’s also been revealed that Halper formerly worked for the CIA (and perhaps still does). In addition, Halper allegedly meddled in at least one previous U.S. presidential election and appears to have continued spying at least nine months after the 2016 election.
The latest devastating revelation? The Obama administration paid Halper $282,000 (or $411,000 depending on how the budgeting worked) to work for a mysteriously named “Other Defense Agency” just days after Trump pulled to within a point of Clinton in the polls.
The response from the left and the defunct Obama administration will be predictable. They’ll say it’s a right-wing, fringe conspiracy theory, then they’ll disavow it (unless they’re truly panicking at the prospect of being found out), then they’ll note that Halper was paid to produce an economic study on India and China — the official reason listed for his nearly half-million dollar payout. More