The New York Times reporter who wrote the article revealing an attempt to spy on a Trump campaign aide just clammed up.

Adam Goldman wrote the article about the spying but refused to say if the FBI hired a woman to be the “honeypot” to get George Papadopolous to give out information. Goldman wrote that the woman was sent by the FBI to spy on the Trump campaign so why clam up about this?

Goldman named the woman in his article who possibly used the fake name “Azra Turk”.

It’s alleged that she worked with Stefan Halper as his assistant to try and gather information on the Trump campaign:

“I think part of the rationale was also to have an American investigator there who could provide some oversight and make sure this operation stayed on the rails.”

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Anderson Cooper asked: “Was she an FBI agent?”

“I’m just going to leave it right now as a government investigator. I use that wording for a reason, and I’m going to leave it at that.”

Cooper asked Goldman if the effort to spy was successful and Goldman said it was a nothingburger in terms of finding any dirt on the Trump campaign.

George Papadopoulos was on Tucker Carlson speaking about the female spy:

Former Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos says the FBI spy wanted him to slip up and say something but he had nothing on the Trump campaign…because there wasn’t anything to find!

He says he was suspicious of Stefan Halper’s so-called assistant from the beginning.

Note that in the House testimony by Papadopolous, he speaks about this beautiful young woman wanting to exchange sex for information (see below).

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Byron York tweeted out a comment from George Papadopoulos about Halper spy “AZRA TURK”:

“I agree with everything in this superb article except “Azra Turk” clearly was not FBI. She was CIA and affiliated with Turkish intel. She could hardly speak English and was tasked to meet me about my work in the energy sector offshore Israel/Cyprus which Turkey was competing with.”

Transcript of  Papadopolous’ House testimony where he says “Azra Turk” discussed “sex for information”:


Democrat lawmakers took the day off from attacking President Trump.

Instead of attacking their usual target, they spent the entire day attempting to destroy the character of Attorney General Bill Barr. The left knows they’re not dealing with Trump’s former attorney general, Jeff Sessions. They know the truth is about to be revealed because Barr is investigating corruption that Sessions wouldn’t touch.

Democrats and anyone in the media who covered for them know things are about to ugly.

They see the writing on the wall and they’re starting to backpedal. They’re trying to spin their way out of the trouble they’re in by getting out ahead of what’s to come. The New York Times just backpedaled in a big way because they finally admitted spies were within the Trump campaign:

Molly Hemingway at The Federalist reports that following months of angry claims by journalists and Democratic operatives that the Obama administration never spied on Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign, The New York Times admitted Thursday that multiple overseas intelligence assets were deployed against associates of the Republican nominee. It is not the first time the Times has revealed widespread spying operations against the campaign.

In addition to noting that long-time informant Stefan Halper (pictured below) was tasked with collecting intelligence on the Trump campaign, the Times story details how a woman was sent overseas under a fake name and occupation to oversee the spy operation.

Stefan Halper

The woman’s real name is not mentioned in the article, though the Times says she went by “Azra Turk” and has a relationship with an unidentified federal intelligence agency.

100% FED UP! PREVIOUSLY REPORTED THAT OBAMA Appointed Officials Revoked The Security Clearance of a Trump  Supporting Pentagon Analyst For Complaining About FBI Planted Trump Campaign Spy Stefan Halper:

During President Obama’s administration, the FBI took the momentous step of recruiting a national security academic, Stefan Halper, to spy on Trump associates by striking up what seemed to be innocent professional contacts.

Mr. Halper was a “confidential human source,” an official category of spy that is regulated by the FBI’s domestic investigations directive.

Halper was handpicked by a seasoned FBI counterintelligence agent out of the New York office, according to the article.

While the Times does not identify the agent by name, the paper says the FBI agent spoke at a conference organized by Halper about a 2010 case involving Russians posing as Americans. The public schedule for a 2011 conference hosted by Halper about the exact same case shows that three FBI counterintelligence agents were invited to speak on the topic.

The three agents publicly identified as speaking at that conference on the topic are George J. Ennis, Jr., Alan E. Kohler, Jr., and Stephen M. Somma.

Ennis currently serves as the special agent in charge in the FBI’s New York office, according to his LinkedIn profile, and worked closely with Preet Bharara, former U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, a virulent anti-Trump activist whom the president fired in 2017.

The public schedule for a 2014 conference led by Halper shows that Kohler also spoke to the same group about the same Russian case on May 9, 2014.

“Alan Kohler the FBI representative at the United States Embassy in London will talk about the challenges of modern counter espionage: including the case of Anna Chapman and other Russian illegals,” the schedule noted.

The NYT also admits in its article that the aggressive and unprecedented action of deploying spies and luring American targets overseas to collect intelligence on a rival political campaign “yielded no fruitful information.”

It is not clear whether information collected by Halper and “Turk” was used to justify formal spy warrants against any U.S. citizens.

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