DHS Shut Down Investigation Into Farook’s Mosque in 2012


Philip Haney, former investigator for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), claims that he was investigating Syed Farook’s mosque, but that the State Department and Homeland Security shut his investigation down over concerns of racial profiling.  Haney, speaking to Fox’s Megyn Kelly, revealed this bombshell on national TV and said that Farook’s mosque was a central point of his investigation.

Haney said the Department of Homeland Security deleted 67 of his records, including the one on the radical Islamic mosque that Farook attended.

Had his investigation not been shut down, he added, Farook would have been placed on the “No Fly List” and the fiance visa would have been denied to Tashfeen Malik.  Fourteen people died in San Bernardino, sacrificed on the altar of Political Correctness.  I’m sure Obama would categorized those deaths as bumps in the road.

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Haney’s investigation included two radical groups that both Farook and Malik were involved with.  That would have cast more light on them and may very well have stopped them before the attack.  During his investigation, he discovered that Farook’s mosque had close ties to Dar-al-Uloom al-Islamia, which is part of the Deobandi movement.  Tashfeen Malik attended a Deobandi school in Pakistan that would have set off warning bells had the investigation continued.

Haney said the DHS retaliated against him by pulling his security clearance, which prevented him from continuing as an investigator.  This leaves us to wonder how many future attacks would  be preventable without the interference from the Obama caliphate.


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