The alleged 'mole' the feds placed in the Trump campaign was on the federal payroll

Clarice Feldman:
Stefan Halper, the dual U.S.-U.K. citizen who reached out to Trump campaign aides George Papadopoulos and Carter Page, is the international man of mystery when it comes to the origins of the FBI counterintelligence probe of the Trump campaign and presidency. From public records, we know he was receiving hundreds of thousands of dollars a year from the federal government national security apparatus.
From the payment statements, the Department of Defense's Office of Net Assessment appears to have been the contract award-maker. We still do not know what he was paid for, though there are several instances seeming to indicate that he was trying to engage low-level Trump campaign staff in suspicious actions.

Calls to the Department of Defense indicated that the department had no listing for either that office or its head, James Baker.

On the other hand, the Office of Net Assessment and its head seem to have been generous to Chelsea Clinton's best friend, whose contract was heavily promoted by Hillary Clinton, as the Daily Caller reported last year. Richard Pollock wrote in September of 2017....

All this lends credence to the suspicions that Stefan Halper was paid to meddle in the Trump campaign in order to help Hillary and defeat Trump, if not to bolster Steele's spurious claims upon which the DOJ and FBI relied in getting a FISA warrant.

James Baker owes us an explanation.
If this guy really was a spy placed on the Trump campaign by the FBI and the intelligence agencies, it is not clear why there has been such great reluctance to identify him and his role.  He does not strike me as a particularly important asset for foreign intelligence.  Even if he were, the screw up of spying on an American candidate for President is of such importance that those responsible need to be brought to account.


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