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Philip Haney Assassinated; ATP’s Definitive Inside Story.


Barry Nussbaum: Welcome to ATP Report. I'm Barry Nussbaum. Philip Haney, a DHS employee, a very famous whistleblower, a federal government investigator, very famous within the government with a certain specialty that we're going to talk about, was assassinated in February 2020. He was an outspoken critic of President Barack Obama. He was found dead just a few weeks ago. Philip Haney was an American hero. Philip Haney was assassinated for the work that he was doing. And Philip Haney was my friend. Today in this ATP Report, we're going to look at some of the reasons that might have contributed to him being taken out. Let's start with Phil's own words.

Philip Haney: Most Americans were unaware of the enormous damage to morale at the Department of Homeland Security, where I worked. That was caused by Obama's condemnation. 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 consisted of the intelligence needed to keep Americans safe, and the Obama administration ordered that those documents be wiped away.

Barry Nussbaum: Haney, who worked for DHS for about 15 years, was also the author of the very important book on intelligence, See Something, Say Nothing. In it was a homeland security officer exposing the government's submission to jihad in America. Phil, who retired in 2015, studied Arabic culture and language. He had worked as a scientist in the Middle East before becoming a founding member of DHS in 2002. He later became a Customs and Border Protection CBP officer. After serving as an armed CBP officer, Phil was promoted to its advanced targeting team. He specialized in Islamic theology and the strategy and tactics of the global Islamic movement. Phil told me many times his work had exposed hundreds of potential and actual jihadis who have infiltrated into America and had close connections into the government of the United States. When he got too close, many people believe he was targeted and assassinated. Now, this is after he was on trial by the government. He was exonerated but then fired. Here is a bit of what Phil discovered in these excerpts from some of the shows we filmed together. In this first segment, Phil explains that over 100 meetings took place between the Obama administration and various Muslim groups that advised on federal government policy. In other words, the enemy was invited into the government to advise the government on how to deal with the problem they were actually causing.

Philip Haney: Our elected officials and appointed leaders of these branches of the government like DHS, I guess they forgot what they knew about the Constitution, and they've let these groups come in and act as arbiters and policymakers. And that I mean that literally, we're talking about Muslim Public Affairs Council MPAC, who met at least 100 times during the Obama administration. And like you say, we would have thought perhaps that that would have been the end of it. But no, I hate to tell you, it's actually worse now in the level of saturation than it ever was during the Obama administration.

Barry Nussbaum: By the way, Phil says that the problem is now worse than it was then in present government times. In this next segment, Phil explains that over 100 million dollars have been allocated to Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated groups by the current federal government. These are groups that the federal government is paying, and these were after their affiliated groups had been designated as terror affiliates by Phil and other officers who had been fired by the federal government. In other words, they were taught to investigate. They investigated. They name names. They were fired. And then these exact groups and their staff are now being funded at over one hundred million dollars a year.

Philip Haney: And over the last three years, many, many millions. Let's put it that way, for the very same groups that we designated and targeted when I was still active duty as known and irrefutable links to groups like Hamas.

Barry Nussbaum: In this segment, Phil now explains that the federal government, through the US Treasury Department is finally sanctioning individuals from Iran who have been transferring funds to Muslim Brotherhood terror groups around the world.

Philip Haney: The actual formal name of Hamas is the Muslim Brotherhood in Palestine. And even the leaders of al-Qaida and even the leaders of ISIS, even leaders of groups clear over in the Asian subcontinent like Tablighi Jamaat and the Deobandis, are all connected in some way or another ideologically with the Muslim Brotherhood. And also, they have now been shown to be linked with the IRGC, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps.

Barry Nussbaum: Some years ago, there was a very famous terror trial in the United States. In what has now become known as the Holy Land Foundation trial, federal prosecutors won sweeping convictions in 2008 against five leaders of a Muslim terror organization. That was a retrial of the largest terrorism financing case in United States history. And it took place after September 11th. The five defendants, all leaders of the Holy Land Foundation, based in Texas, were convicted on a hundred and eight criminal counts against them. They were convicted for support of terrorism, money laundering, and tax fraud. The group was accused and convicted of funneling millions of dollars into the Palestinian militant group Hamas, which, you know, is an Islamic organization that the government has declared a terror group since nineteen ninety-five. Phase two of the Holy Land Foundation trial was meant to go after CAIR, the Council on American Islamic Relations, an affiliate of the Holy Land Foundation. CAIR was an unindicted co-conspirator in the first trial and was meant to be put on trial in the upcoming trial. But instead of the second trial happening, Phil and others were fired. No second trial ever took place, and now CAIR is all over the halls of Congress lobbying your elected officials. Check out these pictures.

Philip Haney: The Council on American-Islamic Relations, which is in the news a lot, easy to look up. Known as CAIR, originally founded in nineteen ninety-three, and they're still operating today. They go into the halls of Congress. They go to the State Department. Everywhere you turn in Washington, they're showing up. They file lawsuits against law enforcement agencies and interfering with training programs. They were one of the three organizations that we referred to earlier that were meant to be part of phase two of the Holy Land trial.

Barry Nussbaum: As you will see, CAIR is active in three ways, very active. One, they attack immigration reform proposed by the Trump administration and enacted frequently as anti-Muslim, and they demonstrate accordingly. Number two, they support political candidates, i.e., Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar. And number three, they attack law enforcement with lawsuits and letters and protests if law enforcement attempts to investigate their terror ties. These tactics work. Check it out.

Philip Haney: CAIR has, I use the word saturation, saturated into the three major areas of our country, and that would be the social arena. In particular, the catalyst in that area is immigration reform. And they've attacked, and they've gone after immigration reform, calling it the Muslim ban. So in that area, they're very visible. The second one is the political arena, and they're very active in promoting pro-Islamic causes in whatever arena you want to discuss up to and including the State Department. And the third arenas are law enforcement. And they constantly file lawsuits and send threatening letters to local law enforcement, sheriffs, and police that want to have training about the threat and coerce and intimidate them into shutting the programs down.

Barry Nussbaum: Now, this is unbelievable. DHS is now hiring Muslim Public Affairs Council, also known as MPAC, to advise on the definition of white supremacy in America.

Philip Haney: Muslim Public Affairs Council. They seem to be invited to everything in Washington, including the most recent conferences they had when the DHS was developing their new strategic document for the year 2020. Which is focusing on white supremacy, by the way, which is not a legally defined term, but now DHS is focusing its efforts on white supremacy. And I bet you can guess who they've invited to be the arbiters of who a white supremacist is, MPAC, Muslim Public Affairs Council.

Barry Nussbaum: This is amazing. Three House committees, Judiciary, Homeland Security, and Intelligence, have invited Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated groups to testify in Congress. Famous names chair these committees. You know, like Jerry Nadler and Adam Schiff, among others.

Philip Haney: The House Judiciary with Jerry Nadler, who just happens to be one of the members of the House, who is trying to impeach the president. And lo and behold, amazingly enough, before the Intelligence Committee with Adam Schiff. Both of them have also endorsed CAIR and brought them into proceedings to give testimony that has gone into the Congressional Record. All of this stuff is easy to look up. It's not secret. And there you have the very same committees that I testified before when I was active duty, judiciary, intelligence, and I didn't mention, but I will, Homeland Security Committee. Members of MB affiliated front groups have testified with testimony going into the Congressional Record in all three of those committees in quite recent times.

Barry Nussbaum: So clearly, Phil was on his way to discovering and exposing something. Then he investigated what he found out, and in response, he was put on trial. He was exonerated 100 percent, but by then, he was out of a job. So he wrote a bestselling book, See Something, Say Nothing, and he was about to release his follow-up book when he was taken out. And now here's my blockbuster news. Phil broke a story with us last month. In it, he explained how members of Congress have signed letters of support endorsing CAIR, major leaders of Congress, many names that you know. Phil was going to go public with those names, and he was going to literally publicize it everywhere he could on major networks and through press releases. These letters of support have been signed by, get this, over 100 current sitting members of Congress from both parties. These letters show support for an affiliate of a convicted terror organization. The letters support CAIR, an unindicted co-conspirator in the first Holy Land trial. And it has over a hundred signatures of support.

Philip Haney: So it's horrifying to me to see elected members of Congress up to a quarter of the entire House writing on official US government stationery, letters of commendation and praise to Council on American-Islamic Relations for their civil rights work and et cetera, without apparently taking time to notice that care also seeks to undermine virtually every part of our social, political structure. Even my own former agency, as we talked about in the last show. So that's why it's important. They are still to this day a front group for the Muslim Brotherhood and still linked to Hamas and now also linked to the IRGC, the Quds Force in Iran itself.

Barry Nussbaum: Well, now Phil is dead. There are no suspects in custody. There are no leads we know about. Stay tuned to ATP, and we will follow up when we know anything. We will let you know. Thanks for watching today. Remember, text TRUTH to 8 8 2 0 2, so you'll get all of our reports on your cell phone. Or you can go to our website, www.americantruthproject.org, and sign up there. Our content is always free, and you don't want to miss any of it. Thanks again. For ATP Report, I'm Barry Nussbaum.


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