Trump Goes Toe To Toe With FBI Misinformation – Cites HUGE Abuse Of Power

This Could Be The Darkest Chapter In American History: Abuse Of Power

The media insists that the FBI’s source was an ‘informant’ but not a spy as a play on words to confuse the American public. The only difference between the words ‘spy’ and ‘informant’ is that a spy is an outsider whose role is to gather information. Where an ‘informant’ is an insider doing the exact same thing.

That said, how was the British professor an ‘insider’ in the Trump campaign? Again, it’s just a play on words.

According to Vox, President Donald Trump claims to have uncovered one of the biggest spying scandals in American history — and that the FBI, not Russia, is the culprit.

His allegation centers on a retired university professor in Britain named Stefan Halper. Halper, an American who taught for years at Cambridge University in the UK, has been outed in the press as a secret FBI “informant” who met with several Trump campaign advisers in mid-2016 at the bureau’s behest.

Dems deny on spying on the Trump team despite the already ‘outed’ professor. Meanwhile, the former Obama Director of National Intelligence,  James Clapper, said he is proud of spying on the Trump campaign. All the while cleverly never admitting outright that spying took place. Take a look.

As Reported By  Max Greenwood With The Hill:

President Trump questioned on Saturday why the FBI never informed him that it was examining Russian interference in the 2016 election when the bureau began using an informant to meet with his campaign advisers.

“With Spies, or ‘Informants’ as the Democrats like to call them because it sounds less sinister (but it’s not), all over my campaign, even from a very early date, why didn’t the crooked highest levels of the FBI or ‘Justice’ contact me to tell me of the phony Russia problem?” Trump tweeted

Earlier this month, The Washington Post reported that an FBI informant met with at least three Trump campaign advisers in 2016. The meeting took place in the early days of the bureau’s counterintelligence investigation into Russian efforts to meddle in the presidential election.


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