In an exclusive interview with Breitbart, a former describes how Homeland Security stopped a program which could have led to preventing the attacks. Read more at Breitbart.com.
On Friday, a whistleblower stepped forward and exposed a decision by Obama's Department of Homeland Security that could have far-reaching consequences.
As quoted in an exclusive interview with Breibart, Philip Haney, who worked with the department, disclosed an investigation that could have potentially led to stopping the San Bernardino attack. The reason it was not stopped? The investigation was cancelled by the Department of Homeland Security because it was not politically correct.
The investigation was one which started years ago and looked into connections overseas with the Muslim Brotherhood, a known group with radical and terrorist connections, and other related groups. One specific group that was being investigated was Tablighi Jamaat -- a group with connections to an arm in San Bernardino.
Haney said if he had still been on the case, the intelligence investigation would have allowed him to make the connections with the terrorists and the mosque they were connected to and not let them the fiancee into the country.
Haney was pulled off the case because, according to Breitbart, "his initiative was deemed politically incorrect." Haney said "this Administration is more concerned about the civil rights and civil liberties of foreign Islamic groups and foreign nationals than securing the freedom and security of the American public."