More Information Coming Out About FBI Informants Who Spied on Trump Campaign

Cambridge professor Stefan Halper has been outed as the informant who spied on Donald Trump’s presidential campaign for the FBI. He targeted Trump campaign workers Carter Page, George Papadopoulos and Sam Clovis. He wanted information from them about possible Russian collusion with the campaign.

Both The Daily Caller and The Wall Street Journal named him. The first says he was probably outed through leaks from the DOJ or FBI. Some suspect his motives because he supported Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election.

Democrats deny there was an informant. When pressed, they say Halper wasn’t “spying.” But if he wasn’t spying, what was he doing? It sounds like semantics, to get around laws against illegal spying. They also assert that even if the campaign was spied on, nothing bad happened as a result. Regardless, there are federal laws against spying. Americans are protected by the Fourth Amendment.

The problem may be even worse. Former Trump advisor Michael Caputo says a second informant spied on him.

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