An exclusive report from Sara A. Carter reveals that Adam Lovinger, a former analyst at the Department of Defense, accidentally stumbled upon an integral player in the FBI’s investigation into whether President Donald Trump’s campaign colluded with Russia during the 2016 presidential election. In what will undoubtedly shake many to their core, Lovinger also contends that the entire Russia investigation “was a set-up” to get Trump by Obama’s Defense Department.
Lovinger, a whistleblower, had his top security clearance suspended on May 1, 2017, soon after he went public that Stefan Halper had been paid roughly $1 million in taxpayer money from the U.S. government to write Defense Department policy reports. Upon looking into the matter, Lovinger learned that Halper was a “spy” many believe was embedded into the Trump campaign in mid-2016.
Carter reports that Lovinger also raised concerns about Halper conducting what appeared to be meetings with foreigners on behalf of the U.S. government. Given that Halper was categorized as a contractor, federal law prohibits him from handling any foreign matters for the U.S. government.
Carter also reports that she has reviewed documents that Lovinger came across, which detail his work in operation “CrossFire Hurricane,” the code name for the FBI’s investigation into alleged Trump-Russia collusion.
The documents also reportedly show that Halper has extensive ties to the Russian government. As such, it would appear that while he was a key player in the Trump-Russia investigation, Halper also had troublesome ties to high levels of the Kremlin, yet no one seemed to accuse him of “collusion.”
Lovinger’s attorney has spoken about the Defense Department shunning him for shining a “spotlight on the deep state’s secret weapon” and for exposing the “the truth about the Trump-Russia collusion narrative than being plotted: that it was all a set-up.”
As previously reported by Conservative Daily Post, Halper worked as a University of Cambridge professor and previously worked as a CIA operative. He is reportedly an informant for the FBI in counterintelligence operations.
He also has been accused numerous times of being a liar and untrustworthy.
It’s critical to understand that Halper not only reportedly laid the groundwork for the entire Russia investigation, he is believed to have played a big role in ensuring Special Counsel Robert Mueller had more than enough wiggle-room to portray lower level Trump campaign aides as criminals.
In mid-2016, Halper met with former Trump aides Carter Page and George Papadopoulos in London. Halper reportedly asked the aides at a bar if they knew about allegations that Russia had the deleted emails from Clinton and the DNC.
When Page and Papadopoulos entertained the idea, he is believed to have reported back to the FBI that they were, for lack of a better term, “colluding” with Russia on behalf of the Trump campaign.
Halper’s claims allegedly gave the FBI all it needed to justify spying and launching an investigation into the Trump campaign at the height of the presidential election.
It would appear that the Obama administration skipped over Constitutional rights and jumped straight into a massive spy operation to harm Trump and, as many would argue, framed at least three of the president’s former aides.
And when Lovinger came forward about Halper — who he believed had troubling ties to Russia and was setting up Trump and his team — he was stripped of his top security clearance, demoted, hit with a big pay cut, and is now facing legal backlash for sounding the alarm.