DHS whistleblower Philip Haney, author of ‘See Something Do Nothing,’ who spoke out against the Muslim Brotherhood’s infiltration of the Obama Administration and its ties to designated terrorist group CAIR, has been found dead next to his car. Some reports claim it was a self-inflicted gunshot wound and others claim he was shot to death. Police investigation continues.
Law Enforcement Today Haney, who is credited with helping capture more than 300 jihadists, is best known for blowing the whistle on the Obama administration for shutting down an investigation he was leading that could have potentially stopped, among others, delete and scrub records the terrorist attack in San Bernardino.
Backing up 6 years, Haney was being ordered to scrub and delete records. His Senate testimony can be seen here. According to information he provided under the Whistle Blower’s Act, Haney said:
“It is very plausible that one or more of the subsequent terror attacks on the homeland could have been prevented if more subject matter experts in the Department of Homeland Security had been allowed to do our jobs back in late 2009. It is demoralizing—and infuriating—that today, those elusive dots are even harder to find, and harder to connect, than they were during the winter of 2009.”
After a failed terror attempt in December of 2009, then President Obama said, “this was not a failure to collect intelligence, it was a failure to integrate and understand the intelligence we already had.”
But, according to Haney, the top down directive to delete or modify several hundred records of individuals tied to designated Islamic terror groups like Hamas from the important federal database, the Treasury Enforcement Communications System (TECS), was issued in November of 2009.
The Gateway Pundit posted two different headlines in a 24-hour period:
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In an article that he penned, Haney wrote:
Most Americans were unaware of the enormous damage to morale at the Department of Homeland Security, where I worked, his condemnation caused.
His words infuriated many of us because we knew his administration had been engaged in a bureaucratic effort to destroy the raw material—the actual intelligence we had collected for years, and erase those dots.
The dots constitute the intelligence needed to keep Americans safe, and the Obama administration was ordering they be wiped away.
After leaving my 15 year career at DHS, I can no longer be silent about the dangerous state of America’s counter-terror strategy, our leaders’ willingness to compromise the security of citizens for the ideological rigidity of political correctness—and, consequently, our vulnerability to devastating, mass-casualty attack.
Just before that Christmas Day attack, in early November 2009, I was ordered by my superiors at the Department of Homeland Security to delete or modify several hundred records of individuals tied to designated Islamist terror groups like Hamas from the important federal database, the Treasury Enforcement Communications System (TECS).
A screen shot taken from Frank Andrew Bostom’s Twitter feed shows what appears to be a statement from Frank Gaffney, the Executive Chairman of the Center for Security Policy.
The statement reads:
Bostom also followed up with this tweet:
It may be a while before the mainstream media touches this one, as Haney blew the whistle on the Obama administration, the media’s favorite person. They are staying as far from this as possible. A search on all of the San Francisco area affiliate websites, using the search terms “Philip Haney,” ‘body found,” and “gun shot wound” turned up ZERO hits relating to his death.
Here is our original coverage from earlier this morning. We’ve received reports that Philip Haney, a DHS whistle blower on the Obama administration, has been found dead. We have not yet received independent confirmation from the Sheriff’s Department, but sources within law enforcement have verified that there’s a death investigation underway.
Multiple sources tell us that Philip’s body was discovered in California last night. The current indications point to him being shot to death. It is still unclear when it happened or how.
Friends of Haney told us that they spoke with Haney earlier this week and he’d “never been happier”. They’ve suggested there’s absolutely no way he would have taken his own life… and reinforce that he’s had many enemies since he blew the whistle on the Obama administration.
Close friends of Haney tell us that his wife lost her battle with cancer in 2019. Haney was engaged to be married later this year. The author of See Something, Say Nothing was preparing to go back on the road in advance of the upcoming election. He was currently living in California.
In 2018, Haney told Intercessors for America prayer activists that he had been working on a “special assignment” in Minnesota to stop Rep. Keith Ellison from being elected Minnesota’s Attorney General. As we approach the 2020 elections, friends of Haney’s told us he was planning on doubling down on efforts to “protect America from progressive leftists socialists”.