Longtime Deep State operative and Cambridge professor, Stefan Halper, was paid more than $1 million by the Obama administration starting in 2012 for various “research projects” according to public record. 73-year-old Halper has been a longtime asset for the CIA and FBI and once reportedly ran a spy-operation on the Jimmy Carter administration. He was linked to the Bush dynasty and even set up Carter Page and George Papadopoulos.
Not only did Halper receive a total of $1,058,161 from the DOD between 2012 and 2018, but records indicate that he got paid more than $400,000 in taxpayer money at the exact moment in September 2016 when the Hillary Clinton campaign was going for broke with the “Russia collusion” fabrication based on wiretaps of Carter Page
Cambridge professor, Stefan Halper, who once reportedly ran a spy-operation on the Jimmy Carter administration, earned a total of $1,058,161 from the DOD for four annual contracts signed under the Obama admin.
As it just so happens, these contracts correspond with the two of the four targets of the FBI’s Operation Crossfire Hurricane, when the agency sent counterintelligence agent Peter Strzok to a London meeting in the Summer of 2016 where Papadopoulos drunkenly admitted knowing that the Russians possessed Hillary Clinton’s emails, according to former Australian diplomat Alexander Downer who claims to have heard the admission.
Halper’s contracts were funded through four annual awards paid directly out of the Pentagon’s Office of Net Assessment (ONA). Established as the DoD’s “internal think tank” in 1973 by Richard Nixon (whose administration Halper worked for), the ONA was run by foreign policy strategist Andrew Marshall from its inception until his 2015 retirement at the age of 93, after which he was succeeded by current director James H. Baker.
Reporters keep asking me about my interactions with Prof. Halper.
I found all our interactions to be cordial.
Like this email I received about a year after I first met him.
He never seemed suspicious.
Just a few scholars exchanging ideas.
He had interests in policy, and politics. pic.twitter.com/D5SKkvN2Bx
— Carter Page, Ph.D. (@carterwpage) May 20, 2018
July 2017: Two days after receiving a payment from the federal govt, Stefan Halper emailed Carter Page asking about internal White House staff pic.twitter.com/Fy17FwEwgk
— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) May 20, 2018
Halper’s most recent award was noted recently by Trump supporter Jacob Wohl, which piqued the interest of internet researchers who continued the analysis.