Now that Mueller report is finished and President Trump has been cleared of any charges of collusion, evidence about what caused the investigation to go on for 2 years is emerging.

That evidence seems to support the claim that the FBI was acting out in a concerted manner to cause Russian’s to infiltrate the Trump campaign.

As Limbaugh said, it was acting Attorney General William Barr’s recap of the Meuller report where he said “The special counsel did not find that the Trump campaign, or anyone associated with it, conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in these efforts, despite multiple offers from Russian-affiliated individuals to assist the Trump campaign,” that lead him to believe that the FBI was causing those attempts for contact.

Limbaugh asserts the FBI was using the Russian contact to cause a coup.

He told Sean Hannity “This was not an investigation, this was a coup.”

Troubling FBI Activity Signals Attempt At Coup


Rush went on to show how nefariously the FBI acted.

“What happened is the FBI attempted to plant their own informants on the Trump campaign, One of them named Stefan Halper, a Cambridge professor, MI-6 UK, they tried to get him hired in a foreign policy advisory role during the campaign and, fortunately after interviewing him, didn’t hire him.

“If he had been hired, and they tried to get two more people, if they had been hired, here’s is what they would have done: They would have started communicating with Russia agents they know, and then there would have been the collusion that the FBI was trying to create.”

“This is worse than anybody was led to believe it is.” Rush stated.

How serious is Halper’s involvement?

Well, the Wall Street editorial board said in a written statement that Halper’s role as an informant was troubling.

As they wrote “Multiple media sources have now confirmed that American academic Stefan Halper is the ‘top secret’ informant the FBI asked to sidle up to Trump campaign officials in 2016. Some questions follow: Who asked Mr. Halper to keep tabs on the Trump officials, and when and why?”

It turns out that Halper was trying to get those closest to Trump to commit some kind of illegal activity.

For instance, in 2016 Halper offered George Papadopoulos $3,000 to write a foreign policy paper. Halper flew Papadopoulos out to London, and when they met Halper began to try and get Papadopoulos to admit he knew about hacked DNC emails leaked by Russians.

Halper “grew agitated and pressed Papadopoulos on the topic,” when he said he didn’t know what Halper was talking about and couldn’t give him any information.

This Certainly Shows the FBI Was Politically Motivated

Now that the report is done, it seems to implicate the FBI as enemies to the Trump campaign who were trying to set Trump up for future prosection.

The Western Journal writes: “The FBI informant’s assistant, Azra Turk, also brought up Russians and emails over drinks as she “flirted heavily” with the then-28-year-old Papadopoulos, a source told Ross.

Additionally, Halper reached out to Trump campaign consultant Sam Clovis during this timeframe, offering his own foreign policy expertise to the campaign.

“Halper and Dearlove were in the news in December 2016 when they threatened to resign from the Cambridge Intelligence Seminar over what they said were pervasive Russian ties,” Ross reported.

Trump was aware of this as early as May, 2018 when he wrote about it on Twitter.