Ex-DHS agent: Here's how to stop illegal-alien murder sprees

Phillip Haney, Chris Gaubatz to address sovereignty, border crisis

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Former Department of Homeland Security Islam subject-matter expert Philip Haney and a national security expert who engaged in a daring undercover probe of the Council on American-Islamic Relations will be the featured speakers at an event this week near New York City.

The theme is “The Constitution: How to Preserve America’s Sovereignty as a Constitutional Republic.”
Haney, who worked for Customs and Border Protection, also will address the border crisis, exemplified by the arrest in Nevada last week of an illegal alien suspected in four murders.

The event, Thursday night at 7 p.m., will take place at VFW Post 1979, 1115 Wolcott Road, Wolcott, Connecticut.
Seating is limited and attendees should contact Jane via act4ourcountry@cox.net to register.

Haney is the co-author of the bestseller “See Something, Say Nothing,” a gripping, first-hand account of how political correctness is handcuffing the public servants assigned to protect the nation’s security.

Gaubatz is featured in the blockbuster “Muslim Mafia,” which documents CAIR’s founding and continued operation as a front in the U.S. capital for the Muslim Brotherhood founded by operatives for the terrorist organization Hamas.

Posing as a Muslim convert, Gaubatz obtained an internship with CAIR that put him alongside its top leaders. He also was given access to documents exposing CAIR’s mission to advance supremacist Islam and undermine the U.S. Constitution.

In 2016, Haney and Gaubatz testified at a Senate Judiciary subcommittee hearing titled “Willful Blindness: Consequences of Agency Efforts To Deemphasize Radical Islam in Combating Terrorism.

Ex-DHS agent: Here's how to stop illegal-alien murder sprees