DAILY CALLER — The rate of terrorist attacks in America has spiked since 2001, and Americans have become increasingly skeptical of reporting suspicious activities.
One federal whistleblower commiserates with that skepticism, but says, “history can be a harsh judge.” He counsels that Americans will feel deep remorse if they stay silent when seeing a suspicious activity that does in fact lead to an act of terror.
Philip Haney, a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) whistleblower, details his efforts to keep Americans safe while navigating the shifting policies and guidance imposed on federal agents in this exclusive video interview for The Daily Caller News Foundation.
Haney’s “See Something Say Nothing” is the first nonfiction book that gives an inside look of what’s going wrong in the federal war on terrorism. It reveals how two administrations imposed an ever-increasing willful blindness to handcuff federal officials trying to keep us safe from terror.
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