It’s been one year since the attack in San Bernardino that left 14 dead and 22 injured. ABC News has a special airing this week on the attacks, in which they seem to have “uncovered” the motive for the terrorist attack, the company Christmas party. No really.
Authorities believe the terror attack on Dec. 2, 2015 in San Bernardino may have been triggered by a mandatory training session and lunch replete with holiday decorations including a Christmas tree which shooter Syed Farook was forced to attend.
Emails discovered by the FBI and police reveal Farook’s wife, Pakistani native Tashfeen Malik, objected to the Christmas setting and was upset her husband had to attend.
Just before the attack, Farook had posed with four fellow county employees in front of a Christmas tree in the conference room.
A short time later, 14 people were killed and 22 others injured when Farook and his wife opened fire at the meeting with assault rifles.
“She had essentially made the statement in an online account that she didn’t think that a Muslim should have to participate in a non-Muslim holiday or event,” said San Bernardino police chief Jarrod Burguan in an exclusive interview with ABC News, that aired on the ABC News program Nightline.
“That really is one over the very, very few pieces of potential evidence that we have that we can truly point to and say, ‘That probably is a motive in this case.’”
This is fascinating to me. We know the murderous couple had been planning this attack in advance due to the number of weapons and homemade bombs they had accrued, yet ABC News seems content with suggesting this was all over an office Christmas party. This is your Main Stream Media at work.
ABC even admits in their own article that Farook had been at the shooting range just two days prior to the fatal attack. Yet they stick to their story about an “unknown motive”. Oh I think we know what the motive was, Radical Islamism. Why can’t they just say it?
They aren’t interested in telling the truth, that would upset their narrative. What they want is to push the idea that these two were happy, loving citizens until Farook had his picture taken in front of a Christmas tree. That’s crazy talk.