DHS Whistleblower Testifies of Islamic References Purged

Newly retired Department of Homeland Security agent Philip Haney testified Tuesday before a Judiciary subcommittee, explaining how the Obama administration is erasing references of Islamic terror from official documents.


According to Breitbart, Haney was a founding member of the Passenger Analysis Unit, or PAU, under the Customs and Border Protection department.  PAU was established in 2003 as a stand-alone agency, charged with “vetting, investigating, finding addresses, making connections and “putting the dots together” on persons entering the United States who might be security threats.

PAU cross-checks information on new entrants – visas, passports, travels patterns, family connections – looking for anything within their “universe” that might be a red flag to terror threat.

Haney relayed to Breitbart in December 2015 that during his time at PAU, he discovered a large number of Tablighi Jamaat members were entering the U.S. on a visa waiver program, and traveling to mosques all over the country.  They had British (E.U.)  passports, coming from the U.K. or countries that had Commonwealth rights, which made it simple for them to enter the U.S.

The Tablighi Jamaat members operated under the “Deobandi movement network”, whose global headquarters is in the U.K.   Haney and his team found links from the network to Hamas, al-Qaeda and global terrorist funding.   Haney has said both the San Bernardino and the Orlando terrorists attended mosques that were affiliated with the very network he was watching.

Unfortunately, he started connecting the dots too well.  The DHS Civil Rights and Civil Liberties division deemed his work politically incorrect, as it singled out Muslims, and Clinton’s State Department shut down his investigation in June 2012, ordering the deletion of many of the records pertaining to the investigation.

Haney has said the information he was gathering could have potentially prevented both the San Bernardino and the Orlando attacks.

His testimony before the Judiciary Subcommittee on Tuesday, June 28, and Senator Ted Cruz’s questioning of his testimony is in the two videos below. BOTH ARE A MUST-WATCH.

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