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originally posted by: CornShucker
If the day comes when I understand what is going on between the ears of HRC, I will be extremely worried about my own mental well-being.
As to the SD being involved, here is just one paragraph from A DHS whistleblower’s shocking letter to Congress:
Almost a year into this investigation, it was halted by the State Department and the DHS Office of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties. They not only stopped us from connecting more dots, the records of our targets were deleted from the shared DHS database. The combination of Farook’s involvement with the Dar Al Uloom Al Islamiyah Mosque and Malik’s attendance at al Huda would have indicated, at minimum, an urgent need for comprehensive screening. Instead, Malik was able to avoid serious vetting upon entering the United States on a fiancé visa and more than a dozen Americans are dead as a result.
Granted, such an investigation would not ordinarily be within the purview of the State Department but remember who we are discussing. It's only my personal opinion, but I've come to doubt that boundaries have much meaning when it comes to HRC.
[BoX: I don't have any doubts about it. I'm confident boundaries have absolutely no meaning to her except a goad, a temptation to run roughshod over them as a testimony to her arrogance and power-mongering--her "privilege" above "the little people."]
Pressure from the SD on a sympathetic DHS (don't forget that the focus had shifted to CVE) could very well have quashed the investigation(s).
As to Mr. Haney's efforts to bring this all to light being just hearsay, here is part of his bio:
Philip Haney studied Arabic culture and language while working as a scientist in the Middle East before he was hired as a founding member of the Department of Homeland Security in 2003. After becoming an armed Customs and Border Protection officer, he served two tours of duty at the National Targeting Center near Washington, DC, where he quickly was promoted to its Advanced Targeting Team. For more than forty years, he has specialized in Islamic theology and the strategy and tactics of the global Islamic movement. He retired honorably in July 2015.
His commitment to the subject predates the rise to power of the Clintons. Why automatically assume he isn't being honest to the best of his knowledge? If he was told where the command came from to shut it down, then all he can do is report what happened and what he was told. By far the emphasis of his book is more concerned about the well-being of the country than anything else. The alarm he expresses is about dysfunction across both sides of the aisle and spread throughout our government.
originally posted by: onequestion
a reply to: theantediluvian
Here's an interview with the guy on Fox News.
He says that a year into their investigations they got a visit from the State Department and The Homeland Security Civil Rights division.
Civil Rights and Civil Liberties
Ever ask yourself why the DHS has a civil rights department?
He says they shutdown the case because they told him they couldn't profile Muslims.
Apparently he has a commendation letter for finding 300 terrorist.
originally posted by: BlueAjah
Phillip Haney is on Hannity on FoxNews RIGHT NOW!!!!
He just said that he could have prevented the shootings in San Bernadino and Orlando.
He said his records were deleted from the system, and the Obama/Clinton administration shut down his investigation.
originally posted by: onequestion
He's popping up enough in Twitter to get shown on Google searches now seems like this story is gaining by the hour.