In February 2020, former Department of Homeland Security (DHS) official Philip Haney was found shot to death in Amador County, California. What cost him his life is documented in his book published four years prior to his death, See Something Say Nothing (WND Books, 2016).*
Co-authored with journalist Art Moore, the subtitle of Haney’s book A Homeland Security Officer Exposes the Government’s Submission to Jihad puts it in a nutshell. The details of how radical Islamic terror was embraced, supported, and covered up for by the Obama administration are nothing less than eye-opening. Haney documents his work as an immigration and security officer assigned to keep an eye open for potential threats to the security of America and its people. But when he reported on potential Islamic terrorist threats to the country, he was ignored and even targeted—administratively and legally—to silence him.
In addition to providing first-hand information on the friendliness of the Obama administration to Islamist groups at the expense of national security, See Something Say Nothing offers valuable information for beginners on various Islamist groups and their political interests as well as different national security agencies of the country. The reader learns how things work in situations of conflict and investigations within the homeland security area.
In first-person narration, Haney’s voice in the book is that of a patriot who worked under the oath of serving his country in all honesty and loyalty. He comes as a genuine narrator to readers as he tells his personal story but also gives a virtual map of where America is headed politically and the red flags that are visible on this map.
This book is for every American who cares about America and its people. Interesting and important, this is a must read for all!
* WND Books no more has See Something Say Nothing in print at the time of this posting. The second edition of the book published in October 2020 is available with Barnes & Noble.