It won’t be the first time we’ve said this, but we hear things. Typically they are local things, but this is national. Former Obama Whistleblower Philip Haney was found dead by an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. Apparently, he had some files? here to talk about his “files.”
Jihad Watch: In memory of Philip Haney, “rest in peace, brother”
First a brief bit of background.
Haney’s job involved searching for individuals with links to terrorist groups. In a 2016 interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity, he explained that on two occasions, his carefully prepared files had been “purged.” He also believed that, if the Obama Administration had maintained this database, several mass shootings, including the June 2016 Orlando, FL nightclub massacre and the December 2015 San Bernardino, CA mass shooting could have been prevented.
I have it on good authority from someone I trust who has contacts in US National Security that,
“all of [Haney’s] files are safe in somebody else’s hands and they are with the right people. So all the information, whatever he had, is safe. They also shared with me that “Something is going on.” In fact, one high-level national security expert told me that they have been under active death threats for the last three weeks and the FBI and JTTF (Joint Terrorism Task Force) are involved.”
I’m not sure what all of that means except for this. People inside the US National Security apparatus claim that Haney had some files. Files from his Obama-Era purge? My source is not sure but says Haney was writing another book. I’m sure that a majority of the “files” pertained to that but were they related to purged records? We don’t know for certain.
Haney’s last job with the Department of Homeland Security was to connect and identify terror threats. DHS was created to better coordinate efforts and information-sharing between agencies to identify and neutralize terror threats.
Philip Haney followed breadcrumbs, identified individuals, groups, connections. Things the Obama administration had purged which prompted Haney to leave DHS and write a book outlining what he called the US Government’s submission to jihad.
When recently retired DHS frontline officer and intelligence expert Philip Haney bravely tried to say something about the people and organizations that threatened the nation, his intelligence information was eliminated, and he was investigated by the very agency assigned to protect the country. The national campaign by the DHS to raise public awareness of terrorism and terrorism-related crime known as If You See Something, Say Something effectively has become If You See Something, Say Nothing.
All of which leads me back to the lede; Haney had “files.” Probably for another book but my source says Haney may have been ready to go back to work for DHS. Presumably to tackle the task for which he’d become so accomplished prior to the whitewashing (and his whistleblowing) during the Obama years. Things for which he might have files?
Someone else has those files now, the right kind of people, and it is the contention of Haney supporters and insiders that he did not kill himself. They believe he was killed. Why, and was it because of whatever was is in those “files”?
“Active death threats” and “Something is going on…”
I’ll share more if and when it becomes available.