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Why No FBI Informant In Obama Campaign, Operation Board Games

If you believe former Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper, the FBI and DOJ had an informant in the Donald Trump campaign to protect now President Trump from Russian agents. This begs the question if the FBI and DOJ had an informant in the 2008 campaign of Barack Obama? If, for no other reason, than to protect Obama from all of the corrupt politicians and businessmen being investigated in Operation Board Games. While you may have heard about Operation Crossfire Hurricane of late, it being the FBI-DOJ probe into Russian election meddling, have you ever heard of Operation Board Games? You probably have, but not by that particular title. So gather around, Children, as I tell you a fascinating story, all of which is true!

 

 

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More Than One Spy In Trump Campaign

If one spy, mole and or informant in the Donald Trump campaign was not enough, how about two or three? So claims Michael Caputo, a former Trump campaign official. Caputo appeared last night on the Fox News Channel with Laura Ingraham and made the allegation that there may have been a second spy. This individual, Caputo claims, was not from the FBI, but from another government agency. Caputo later told Ingraham, and the audience, that former Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper, might soon be wearing an orange, prison jump suit.

 

 

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Trump Demands Probe On FBI Informant

President Donald J. Trump is demanding, officially today, that an investigation be launched into the FBI, DOJ use of an informant inside his 2016 presidential campaign. As I and others have been writing about, the American professor at Cambridge, Stefan Halper, was allegedly attempting to entrap George Papadopolous and Carter Page as part of a scheme to connect the Trump campaign with the Russian government meddling in the elections. There are many indications of this, such as Halper having invited both men to London well before the November elections for various projects and seminars. There are allegations that Halper may have been paid by the FBI for this effort to the tune of between $200,000 to $400,000.

 

 

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FBI Mole, Informant Russian Collusion Witch Hunt

Reporter Chuck Ross of The Daily Caller had identified the alleged FBI spy/mole/informant in the Trump-Russia collusion myth way back in March of this year. Rush Limbaugh gave his audience a ′Cliff Notes′ version of the tale yesterday during his radio broadcast. Cambridge Professor Stefan Halper is the man who invited George Papadopolous to London to write a foreign policy paper. Halper then allegedly set up the whole story about how the Russians had thousands of Hillary Clinton′s deleted emails. Halper is alleged to have arranged the contact between Papadopolous and Joseph Mifsud, a professor who allegedly had ties to a Ukraine billionaire and with Russian intelligence. Then, Halper arranged Papadopolous to meet with Alexander Downer, an Australian diplomat, through an Israeli . Later, after that meeting at a London pub, Downer informed the FBI about the conversation from the pub in May, 2016. This served as an excuse to start the Trump-Russia witch hunt.

 

 

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FBI Spy In Trump Campaign

If Kimberly Strassel of the Wall Street Journal is correct, the FBI may have had a spy working in the Trump campaign! The WSJ reporter has published a story about the Federal Bureau of Investigations having had a source inside the 2016 presidential campaign of then Candidate Donald Trump. Other news agencies, namely Fox News, since CNN, NBC, MSNBC and the rest of the Fake News Media are ignoring this, are also confirming this possibility. Much of this comes from a subpoena issued from the House Intelligence Committee for all documents of the FBI and DOJ about a specific individual. This person of interest is said to be an American citizen who has been a source in the past for the FBI and the CIA. Congressmen Devin Nunes and Trey Gowdy were allowed access to some documents held by the Department of Justice yesterday.

 

 

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