Philip Haney, who worked for over 10 years an intelligence analyst, was found dead by “gunshot wound” to the chest over the weekend. Haney was the whistleblower who exposed Barack Obama’s Department of Homeland Security ordering him to delete hundreds of files of people with links to Islamist terrorist groups. Haney told friends: “If I am found dead, it wasn’t suicide.” Now, the suspicious circumstances surrounding his death are quite chilling. Don’t miss this.
Philip Haney was a patriot and hero. He was a real whistleblower.
Although authorities have said Haney’s gunshot wound “appears” to be “self-inflicted,” stressing that the investigation is ongoing, 66-year-old Haney had been missing since February 19 and died from a gunshot wound to his chest two days later, Red State and Heavy reported.
Gunshot wounds to the chest are uncommon in the case of suicides, data reportedly shows. However, Haney’s death has triggered a wave of claims suggesting he may have been a victim of foul play.
Echoing some of the whistleblower’s friends, a number of senior congressional officials have expressed alarm to various news agencies about this, noting that they do no believe Haney was suicidal. More on that later.
In 2015, Haney told Fox News that the Obama administration had shut down a program Haney had been developing to probe a collection of global networks that was helping radical Islamists infiltrate the United States.
He focused mostly on identifying and tracking members of the most radical factions in the various schools of Islam. But a year after he started, Haney said he and the others involved in the program were visited by Obama’s State Department and the Homeland Security Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties.
“Sixty-seven of his records were deleted–including one into an organization that had ties to a mosque in Riverside, California, that Syed Farook, one of the perpetrators of the San Bernardino attack, attended,” The Epoch Times reports.
Farook and his wife, Tashfeen Malik, targeted a San Bernardino County Department of Public Health training event and Christmas party of about 80 employees in a rented banquet room, killing 14 people and seriously injuring 22 others.
Haney said at the time that if he had been allowed to continue the program, it could have thwarted the attack.
“Either Syed would have been put on the no-fly list because association with that mosque, and/or the K-1 visa that his wife was given, may have been denied because of his association with a known organization,” Haney said.
Haney said he left DHS after Obama officials shut him down a second time by purging volumes of Islamic terrorists from the DHS system. He was a thorn in Barack Obama’s side when the June 2016 Orlando, Florida nightclub shooting happened.
He angered the former president and his deep state rats when after the shooting he came out and explained why that attack did not have to happen:
The former DHS analyst also told Washington Examiner’s Kerry Picket just last November he was planning on working on a sequel to his number one best-selling book: “See Something, Say Nothing.” Haney’s new book would highlight additional information on the corrupt Obama intel agencies. In fact, Haney had his own take on the so-called whistleblower in the Ukraine debacle.
Odd (surreal reality) that I was a highly visible whistleblower…that virtually no one listened to, while this guy remains invisible, but is treated like an anointed oracle from above. However, my story is still live, i.e., there’s still more to come. It’ll be called “National Security Meltdown.”
I have a severely hyper-organized archive of everything that’s happened since See Something, Say Nothing (SSSN) was published in May of 2016. The National Security Meltdown sequel will pick up right where SSSN left off. My intention is to have it ready by early-to mid-Spring of 2020 (just before the political sound wave hits), then ride that wave all the way to the Nov. elections.
Haney was viciously investigated by the Obama administration after he came forward. They made his life hell. Haney was routinely surveilled by spooks who tried to stop him from speaking out. He refused to back down, even though he felt his life was in real danger.
Rep. Steve King (R-IA) said Haney “didn’t kill himself” as claimed by law enforcement who ruled his death a suicide. Haney was in possession of an archive of information he considered an insurance policy in case he was ever found dead, King asserted.
“Phil Haney was a friend & patriot. He was a target because of all he knew of Islamic terrorist coverups,” King wrote Saturday on Twitter. “He insured his life by archiving data that incriminated the highest levels of the Obama administration. Phil Haney didn’t kill himself. RIP, Phil.”
Phil Haney was a friend & patriot. He was a target because of all he knew of Islamic terrorist coverups. He insured his life by archiving data that incriminated the highest levels of the Obama administration. Phil Haney didn’t kill himself. RIP, Phil. https://t.co/pvy7MflFwc
— Steve King (@SteveKingIA) February 23, 2020
“If I am found dead, it wasn’t suicide,” Haney told multiple people, confirmed by two anonymous sources, the NOQ Report learned.
One America News Network (OANN) reporter and veteran intelligence officer of the U.S. Navy, Jack Posobiec, suggested on Twitter that Haney’s death could be a homicide.
“I can confirm at @OANN we are investigating the suspicious death of DHS whistleblower Phil Haney,” Posobiec tweeted on Saturday. “We have spoken with local sources that suggest this may have been a homicide”:
I can confirm at @OANN we are investigating the suspicious death of DHS whistleblower Phil Haney
We have spoken with local sources that suggest this may have been a homicide
Updates to follow as our investigation develops
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) February 22, 2020
Citing unnamed sources, however, the Examiner also revealed that Haney “was recently in contact with top officials about returning to work for the DHS. Additionally, Haney was engaged to be married.”
This isn’t a man who was suicidal.
Mental health professionals will tell you suicidal people don’t plan upcoming events like marriage, writing a sequel to a number one bestseller, or coming out of retirement to work for the Trump administration.
Suicidal people are despondent and think they have nothing to live for. Phil Haney was a beloved member of the conservative community who knew his work in exposing the Obama administration was not yet done. Haney was gearing up to once again expose the former president and his deep state rats. He was a true whistleblower and a real patriot who will be sorely missed.