Well, this is quite the bombshell from the New York Times:

We believe the word you’re searching for his “spy”:

Here’s the opener:

WASHINGTON — The conversation at a London bar in September 2016 took a strange turn when the woman sitting across from George Papadopoulos, a Trump campaign adviser, asked a direct question: Was the Trump campaign working with Russia?

The woman had set up the meeting to discuss foreign policy issues. But she was actually a government investigator posing as a research assistant, according to people familiar with the operation. The F.B.I. sent her to London as part of the counterintelligence inquiry opened that summer to better understand the Trump campaign’s links to Russia.

The American government’s affiliation with the woman, who said her name was Azra Turk, is one previously unreported detail of an operation that has become a political flash point in the face of accusations by President Trump and his allies that American law enforcement and intelligence officials spied on his campaign to undermine his electoral chances. Last year, he called it “Spygate.”

Byron York notes that this information is “now shaking loose in anticipation of inspector general report”:

Get the popcorn:

And Attorney General Bill Barr hinted at this yesterday:

Now we know why Dems are so eager to get Barr:

Exit question: How many more spies will we learn about?