FBI’s insertion into the case is latest cause for concern
The Amador County Sheriff on Monday walked back his previous statements on the suspicious death of Philip Haney, a prominent whistleblower who exposed how the Obama administration blew off research data that would have helped the government prevent Islamic terror attacks on U.S. soil.
In a hasty and sloppy statement issued within a few hours of the discovery of Haney’s body last Friday on the side of a state highway in rural California, the sheriff, who also doubles as the county coroner, said Haney “appeared to suffer from a single, self-inflicted gunshot wound.”
That comment planted in the minds of the mainstream media the idea that Haney killed himself. Most did not even report on the death and those that did, like Fox News, played it as a run-of-the-mill suicide. Shameful.
But after a long weekend in which calls and emails flooded into the office of Sheriff Martin Ryan, and he likely read some of the many accounts of Phil’s exemplary life from conservative bloggers and journalists who knew him, the sheriff changed his tune.
Ryan must have realized this was not any ordinary man whose body turned up on the side of the road in his county, less than three miles from where he was staying in the Pinetree RV Park outside of tiny Plymouth, California.
I have been getting quite a few calls, texts and emails from people asking me about the tragic death of my friend Philip Haney, whose body was found Friday morning near his vehicle not far from the RV park where he was staying in Plymouth, California. He reportedly had a single gunshot wound to the chest.
Everyone is asking the same question. Could the reports of suicide be accurate?
Words of wisdom in a repost below from the Remnant Disciples blog. The article struck me as timely because I have been feeling in my spirit that we are in a type of calm before the storm. While all the norms in our culture are being turned on their head, and it hardly feels “calm” to those of us who are awake, most Americans continue living the good life. What is coming in the not too distant future will catch them totally by surprise. Don’t get caught unawares.
There is smoke on the horizon.
When the winter is dry, and followed by a hot summer (often the case here), the earth is parched, the vegetation wilted and/or tinder dry, it can be ignited easily.
We can’t see the fire behind the trees, but we can see the smoke which covers the heavens and is spreading fast. The grass is green, the sun is overshadowed the haze, and the trees are still standing. But for how long? Some will survive. The fire is needed though, because without it there will be no new growth. In our Australian landscape with its eucalypt trees, the fire is needed to burst open the seeds from the trees so that there can be a new, thicker, more lush vegetation.
In case you haven’t heard, antifa is celebrating its first American martyr.
This is a big deal. Every communist revolutionary movement needs a martyr.
But if you rely on mainstream news, you are probably unaware of what happened on Saturday because there’s been a virtual news blackout by the major media networks.
We’ve been told nothing about the background of the guy who tried to firebomb an ICE detention center Saturday in Tacoma, Washington. Nobody in Congress or the White House is talking about it, either.
On Republican congressional Twitter accounts, you’ll see tweet after tweet on the usual Washington political drivel. Nothing about the 69-year-old domestic terrorist Willem Van Spronsen, a resident of Vashon Island, proud member of antifa and the notorious John Brown Gun Club.
For God is not the author of confusion, but of peace, as in all churches of the saints ( 1 Corinthians 14:33)
The Vatican has released the preparatory document for its upcoming Pan-Amazonian Synod of bishops in October, and it contains yet another window into Pope Francis’ green-friendly worldview in which he subtely and deceptively turns traditional, biblical Christianity on its head.
It was a tense and chaotic scene at the South Hill Public Library in Spokane, Washington, last Saturday, June 15, and now both sides in this controversy are preparing for a second round of the Drag Queen Story Hour, which targets toddlers and pre-teens.