In news that was barely mentioned by the mainstream media, two Republican lawmakers took to the house floor to sound the alarm over the death of the Obama DHS whistleblower.
Reps. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) and Steve King (R-IO) both came forward to say they don't believe that Philip Haney (the whistleblower) died by suicide.
"I'm standing on the floor here saying, Madame Speaker, I don't believe that Phil Haney committed suicide," King said. "I expect that we're going to get a thorough investigation. The evidence that is coming to me indicates that he was murdered."
>>Special: We're Giving FREE Trump 2020 Medallions to Our Readers!! (While Supplies Last, 1 per person) Rep. Gohmert, who was also a friend of Haney, stated similarly. From the Washington Times:
Gohmert said he and Haney had a “mutual pact” that said: “[If] either one of us ended up committing suicide, then the other is going to make sure that the truth wins out.”
Gohmert also said, “I’d been concerned about his safety, with all the information he knew and people who could’ve gotten in trouble.”
People like high-ranking political insiders tied to the previous White House administration.
It was also reported that Haney always carried a USB drive that contained sensitive government information.
And now that thumb drive is suddenly missing and nobody knows where it is.
Hmm, very interesting.
What do you think the media's response would be if this whistleblower had even the slightest connection to the Trump admin?
It'd be all any of us would hear about for weeks on end.
Funny how that works.