Senate Dems Ignore Removal of 'Islam,' 'Jihad' from Homeland Security Documents

The FBI's blatant doctoring of Orlando shooter Omar Mateen's 911 call -- removing references to the Islamic State (ISIS) and altering the word "Allah" to read "God" -- is just scratching the surface of an "Orwellian censorship of intelligence materials," and Senate Democrats entirely ignored the former officer who revealed this bombshell.

In a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on "Willful Blindness" on Tuesday, Philip Haney, a former officer with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and author of See Something, Say Nothing: A Homeland Security Officer Exposes the Government's Submission to Jihad, testified on what he called "the first and second great purges."

Haney testified that he was ordered to edit hundreds of documents to separate the Muslim Brotherhood from terrorism, and alleged that the federal government -- even the DHS! -- is working directly with the Muslim Brotherhood's overall jihadist network, a network whose goal is to establish Sharia (Islamic law) across the world, including in America.

I was ordered by the Department of Homeland Security Headquarters to modify a euphemism, removing all linking information out of approximately 820 text subject records in our law enforcement system that almost exclusively had to do with the Muslim Brotherhood network here in the United States.

I was told to remove all unauthorized references to terrorism, that I was no longer allowed to do what are called Memorandoms of Information Received (what we call MOIRs), no more text records, no more research, and no more special treatment from the agency.

At exactly the same time, a controversial inaugural meeting took place on January 27th and 28th, 2010, between American Muslim leaders and the Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano... It was controversial because several of the individuals attended the invitation to the conference in D.C. were known affiliates of at least two of the same Muslim Brotherhood front groups that had just been named as unindicted co-conspirators in the largest terrorism trial in the history of the United States, the Holy Land Foundation Trial.

Also that spring, at least six individuals with known affiliations to the Muslim Brotherhood front groups were appointed to the countering violent extremism (CVE) working group.

In other words, groups which are organized to push the extension of Sharia had operatives working in the center of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. This is why the government redacts references to radical Islamic terrorism, and why between 2008 and 2016, references to Islam, Muslims, and jihad in official DHS documents dealing with countering violent extremism completely disappeared.

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