San Bernardino, California Massacre: Terrorism? Of Course It Was!

By Daniel Greenfield. The shooter has been named as Sayeed Farouk. His father described him as a religiously devout Muslim. “He was very religious. He would go to work, come back, go to pray, come back.” Co-workers say that he “grew a beard and started to wear religious clothing. The long shirt that’s like a dress and the cap on his head.”

And at some point his “religiosity” took him down the familiar path of Jihad. . .

Obama and the media would like to make this story about “gun violence”. But guns don’t shoot themselves. There is a hand that pulls the trigger and a mind whose foul purposes that hand serves. . .

San Bernardino is home to what is described as a “growing Muslim population” and that growth comes with terrifying growing pains.

This latest attack appears to be one of them. (Read more about the Islamic connections to the California massacre HERE)

[Listen to this interview with an ex-Jihadist who recently predicted the type of attack that occurred yesterday]


The Farooq Saeed’s Home Described as an “IED Factory”

By Law enforcement officials said late Wednesday they could not rule out terrorism as a possible motive. The FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force was aiding in the investigation.

A law enforcement source told Fox News that the couple were each carrying an AR-15 rifle and and a pistol when they were shot and killed by police after a brief chase in their black SUV about 2 miles from the initial shooting site. The source said the vehicle also contained so-called “rollout bags” with multiple pipe bombs, as well as additional ammunition. The couple also had GoPro cameras strapped to their body armor and wore tactical clothing, including vests stuffed with ammunition magazines.

“That’s a military tactic for a sustained fight,” the source told Fox News of the rollout bags.

In addition to the explosives found at the SUV, authorities discovered and detonated three pipe bombs late Wednesday at the Inland Regional Center, the complex where the initial shooting took place about 60 miles east of Los Angeles.

Another source described a house in Redlands that was being searched in connection with the shooting as “an IED facility.” The source said investigators discovered multiple pipe bombs in the house, as well as small explosives that were strapped to remote-controlled cars. (Read more about the California massacre HERE)


Early Reports of the California Massacre, Disturbing

By B. Christopher Agee. As more information trickles in regarding the search for as many as three suspects wanted in Wednesday morning’s mass shooting at a San Bernardino, Calif., nonprofit facility, reported details about the gear being used by the gunmen has added a new layer to the developing narrative.

CNN spoke to a law enforcement officer in the area and is reporting that “three suspects are believed to be armed with AK-47-type weapons” and “got into a black SUV and drove away.”

Authorities also reportedly found a package – which CNN’s source confirmed was “not normal” – at the scene. A robot equipped to handle the suspicious item is expected to be deployed to safely retrieve it.

SWAT team members and other federal and local authorities are combing the scene and surrounding buildings as of the latest reports available. The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Office is asking anyone with any information about the incident to call immediately. (Read more from “Terrifying Thing Revealed About Suspects in California Massacre” HERE)

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