Adam Lovinger, the whistleblower who outed payments to Stefan Halper from the government for spying, was cleared of any wrongdoing by a confidential counterintelligence investigation.  The problem is his defense team was never notified!

The Washington Times reported

A confidential counterintelligence investigation cleared suspended Pentagon analyst Adam S. Lovinger on allegations of leaking data to the news media, but officials never told his defense team.

The Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) examined Mr. Lovinger’s use of classified computer networks. In a 2018 report, the NCIS said its review “did not reveal any potential CI [counter intelligence] concerns,” according to a copy obtained by The Washington Times.

Mr. Lovinger’s attorney, Sean Bigley, has now filed a complaint with the Defense Department inspector general. He accuses Pentagon officials who targeted his client of a “serious ethics violation” by withholding the exoneration.

FOX News contributor and former secret service officer Dan Bongino spoke about this outrageous situation on YouTube –

We reported previously that in the fall of 2016, 12-year Pentagon analyst and whistleblower Adam Lovinger complained to his bosses about Stefan Halper’s exorbitant contracts.

In May 2017 Adam Lovinger was stripped of his security clearance for speaking out against the questionable contracts to Stefan Halper.

Now it seems the NCIS can’t even report accurately on his innocence.  Yes Virginia, there is a Deep State.

Hat tip D. Manny