American hero Alan Dershowitz said Sunday reports the FBI had a source giving them information about the Trump campaign is grounds for an investigation. Dershowitz has been a truth teller from the beginning of the sham Trump/Russia investigation. He believes the news of an informant is grounds for an investigation:

“Now we have information of an FBI informant in the campaign. That’s worth investigation,” Dershowitz said during a panel on ABC’s “This Week.”

“That’s good enough to get an investigation going,” he continued when told the supposed FBI informant was not a member of Trump’s campaign, but that they spoke with up to three campaign aides ahead of the 2016 election.

Dershowitz, a critic of special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe, also condemned political pundits who argue Mueller and former FBI Director James Comey are not biased against President Trump because they had been members of the Republican Party. “This ‘long-time Republican.’ Comey was a long-time Republican. They’re all long-time Republicans who hated Trump,” he added.

Two reports published Friday evening, one by the New York Times and the other by the Washington Post, described an FBI source, an a American academic teaching in the United Kingdom, who met with up to three members of the Trump campaign ahead of the 2016 election.

The identity of the FBI informant was leaked to at least two media outlets, but the newsrooms refrained from publishing the individual’s name out of concern for national security and the safety of the person and his or her sources. Subsequent reporting has inferred the informant was a Cambridge University professor, who was not embedded in the campaign but sought out meetings with campaign advisers Carter Page and George Papadopoulos, and with Trump campaign co-chair Sam Clovis

The reports follow Republican furor this week about a possible effort to spy on Trump’s 2016 campaign:

With the Inspector General’s report just days away, it’s more important than ever that the FBI and DOJ Deep State control the narrative:

The FBI/DOJ and others involved in this corruption are doing their best to try and spin this unprecedented effort to infiltrate an opposing campaign by claiming they were doing it to protect Trump. They’re using the leftist media to push their false narrative:


F.B.I. Used Informant to Investigate Russia Ties to Campaign, Not to Spy, as Trump Claims.

No one is buying it! It’s obvious the leakers at the FBI and DOJ worked overtime to leak the name of the informant to the New York Times and Washington Post:

The identity of the informant could not be more clear. And the identification didn’t come from a leak by Congress, it came from multiple leaks by the FBI and DOJ who are burning Halper to the ground for their own reasons And I think those reasons will be come abundantly clear as the DOJ IG finishes up his investigations.


A Cambridge professor with deep ties to American and British intelligence has been outed as an agent who snooped on the Trump presidential campaign for the FBI.  We previously reported that the head of British Intelligence (M16) abruptly resigned the day after President Trump’s inauguration. The “snoop” had a friendship with the retired head of MI6.

Multiple media outlets have named Stefan Halper, 73, as the secret informant who met with Trump campaign advisers Carter Page and George Papadopoulos starting in the summer of 2016. The American-born academic previously served in the Nixon, Ford and Reagan administrations.

The revelation, stemming from recent reports in which FBI sources admitted sending an agent to snoop on the Trump camp, heightens suspicions that the FBI was seeking to entrap Trump campaign aides. Papodopoulous has pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI, while Page was the subject of a federal surveillance warrant.

“If the FBI or DOJ was infiltrating a campaign for the benefit of another campaign, that is a really big deal,” President Trump tweeted Saturday, calling for the FBI to release additional documents to Congress.

The Halper revelation also shows the Obama administration’s FBI began prying into the opposing party’s presidential nominee earlier than it previously admitted.

Halper’s sit-downs with Page reportedly started in early July 2016, undermining fired FBI Director James Comey’s previous claim that the bureau’s investigation into the Trump campaign began at the end of that month.

Halper made his first overture when he met with Page at a British symposium. The two remained in regular contact for more than a year, meeting at Halper’s Virginia farm and in Washington, DC, as well as exchanging emails.

The professor met with Trump campaign co-chair Sam Clovis in late August, offering his services as a foreign-policy adviser, The Washington Post reported Friday, without naming the academic.

Clovis did not see the conversation as suspicious, his attorney told the paper — but is now “unsettled” that “the professor” never mentioned he’d struck up a relationship with Page.


Days later, Halper contacted Papadopoulos by e-mail. The professor offered the young and inexperienced campaign aide $3,000 and an all-expenses-paid trip to London, ostensibly to write a paper about energy in the eastern Mediterranean region.

“George, you know about hacking the e-mails from Russia, right?” the professor pressed Papadopoulos when they met, according to reports — a reference to Trump’s campaign-trail riffs about Hillary Clinton’s private e-mail server.

Sources close to Papadopoulos told NBC News that he now believes Halper was working for an intelligence agency.

Highly detailed descriptions of the FBI informant in Friday reports in The New York Times and Washington Post pegged Halper in all but name. Outlets including NBC and Fox News subsequently connected the dots. The revelation confirms a March report in the Daily Caller that outlined Halper’s repeated meetings with Papadopoulos and Page.

It is not clear if the professor was paid to speak with Trump campaign figures, but public records show that he has received large payments from the federal government in the last two years.

The Department of Defense’s Office of Net Assessment — a shadowy think tank that reports directly to the secretary of defense — paid Halper $282,000 in 2016 and $129,000 in 2017.

Halper has close personal and professional ties to the CIA reaching back decades. He is the son-in-law of a former deputy director of the agency and worked on the 1980 presidential campaign of George H.W. Bush, who had served as CIA director.

When Bush became Ronald Reagan’s running mate, Halper was implicated in a spying scandal in which CIA officials gave inside information on the Carter administration to the GOP campaign.

Meanwhile, reports emerged Saturday that Donald Trump Jr. met in August 2016 with a representative of Saudi crown princes, who offered pre-election help to his father’s campaign.

An Israeli political strategist who attended the meeting told the New York Times that their plan to carry out a pro-Trump social media campaign did not go forward.

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