There is a master plan to create a permanent liberal majority by flooding America with millions of voters hostile to conservatism, according to a blockbuster new documentary.
“The Enemies Within” also contends forces dedicated to the destruction of this country have even penetrated the national security bureaucracy, endangering all Americans and the entire system of constitutional government.
Key to this case is the testimony of Philip Haney, a founding member of the Department of Homeland Security and a counter-terrorism analyst who was widely praised and commended by his superiors throughout his distinguished career. By accumulating vast amounts of data and examining the relationships between various extremist groups and their sources of funding, Haney had identified dozens of terrorists throughout the years, arguably preventing numerous attacks.
However, in 2009, it was Haney himself who was targeted by his own government. He tells his story the book “See Something, Say Nothing,” but his story is also the most powerful part of “The Enemies Within.”
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He recounts in “The Enemies Within”: “I finished a case up, I put it in the system. There were 67 records related to the case, individuals and organizations. But then about two weeks after I put the case into the system, I went on vacation and received a call from my colleague. He said they had removed the records from the system. They didn’t just modify them; they completely obliterated them, took all of them out.”
Haney argues this dramatic action had devastating consequences for the American people. The specific records the government deleted turned out to be directly relevant to terrorist attacks that were only months away. “Those are the records related to the network of mosques and organizations operating in the United States that is linked to the San Bernardino shooting and to the Orlando shooting,” he recalled.
Indeed, Haney states in the video the federal government not only removed the records, but actually investigated him for simply doing his job.
“They said essentially that I did not have the authority to put those records into the system, even though I had been commended by the National Targeting Center for finding 300 terrorists,” Haney says in the film. “So, essentially, the last three years of my career, I was under investigation by three different government agencies, all at the same time. They essentially determined that I was more of a threat than these terrorist groups.”
Shockingly, the distinguished counterterrorism expert says no one in the federal government ever denied his records were accurate or true. The facts, he claims, were beyond dispute. Instead, for no good reason he can identify, his work was eliminated and he was disgraced.
In one of the most dramatic moments of the film, Haney describes his reaction as feeling “infuriated and stripped naked.” He describes the painful experience as a “public humiliation.”
“To sequester me in a small room for the last 11 months of my career with no assigned duties and then have the audacity to say those were not adverse actions because ‘we’re just conducting an investigation,’” Haney remembers bitterly, “It’s cruel to do that to a person. It wasn’t a moral infraction. It wasn’t refusal to obey orders. It wasn’t some crime that I committed. It was simply doing the job that I took a vow to do and had been recognized and awarded for.”
For that reason, Haney “emphatically” states in the documentary that the U.S. has enemies within its own government.
Distinguished author and researcher Trevor Loudon describes the terrifying full extent of this hostile network operating within America’s own borders in “The Enemies Within,” which blows the lid off an alliance between radical Marxists and Islamic extremists that has penetrated the very highest levels of the federal government. As Haney explains in the film, the problem has gotten so bad, many of America’s politicians and policy makers wouldn’t be able to pass the kind of basic security checks required of even entry-level employees.
“If you have overt ties to associations with known associations with terrorism, you cannot pass a background check,” Haney says in the film. He described Hillary Clinton as a “domestic threat” and detailed the deep connections between the former Democratic Party nominee and secretary of state with some of the most dangerous Islamic movements in the world. These even go beyond her close relationship with longtime aide and confidante Huma Abedin.
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“Hillary Clinton’s ties are a lot deeper, broader and wider than Huma Abedin,” Haney says. “The best example of her ties is her affiliation with the Istanbul Process and, in particular, with U.N. Resolution 1618. That resolution, it essentially criminalizes defamation of Islam, has been backed for 10 years by the Organization of the Islamic Conference, a 57-nation organization. It is essentially run in its leadership positions by members of the Muslim Brotherhood. By endorsing U.N. Resolution 16/18, by default Hillary Clinton is aiding and abetting the Muslim Brotherhood on a macro, global level.”
And the Muslim Brotherhood, in Haney’s opinion as a national security professional, is directly responsible for sponsoring terrorism. He argues in “The Enemies Within” the organization should be labeled a terrorist group and shut down.
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