As authorities continue their investigation, it is clear beyond any reasonable doubt that the San Bernardino attack was an act of radical Islamic terror. Obama, many Democrats and mainstream media are still treating this as “gun violence,” or a work related incident, and are using the attack to push Obama’s gun control agenda.
San Bernardino residents are mourning their loses and members of the police department are being hailed as heroes for solving the case quickly, and preventing further attacks that the terrorists clearly had planned.
Or did they. Why did the pair accumulate an arsenal of that magnitude and then deviate from their plan and walk into a company Christmas luncheon and proceed to kill 14 people?
Than they were discovered a mile away and shot at police out of the back window of their car only to die in a shootout in the middle of the street.
It seems as though they had a plan, and they spent a lot of time, and money, planning something far more tragic, and grandiose than the scenario that played out.
Although, they had the guns and a change of clothes in the car and were well prepared to carry out this massacre. Perhaps they thought they had ample time to return home to retrieve the explosives and other items.
At this point it’s all speculation and we may never know more than what the media spins.
4:50 p.m.: The question of an Islamic caliphate didn’t get so much distance: San Bernardino Mosque Spokesmen Refuse To Distance Themselves From The Idea of An Islamic Caliphate
UPDATE 12/5/15 at 12:12 a.m. Youtube removed the video
4:49 p.m.: Breitbart News Raheem Kassam corners the mosque’s representatives on death sentences for ex-Muslim apostates.
4:26 p.m.: The leaders of the San Bernardino mosque that played host to terrorist shooter Syed Farook refused to answer as to whether the FBI is investigating other mosque attendees, repeatedly stating “no comment.”
3:59 p.m.: Glass ceiling. Video by Breitbart News Raheem Kassam:
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In 2007, she returned to Pakistan to study at Bahuddin Zakri University in Multan and stayed until 2012, according to a Pakistani intelligence official. She was said to be a brilliant student and was not known to have religious or political affiliation while there.
Malik came to the U.S. on what is known as a “fiancé” visa, which allows an American fiancé to petition for his or her partner’s temporary entry before marriage. For the visa application, the address she listed in her Pakistani hometown, ABC News discovered today, does not exist. Malik received a her Green Card this summer, U.S. officials said.
1:24 p.m.: Raheem Kassam’s video report on the journalists at the apartment:
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