San Bernardino Gunman Was Radicalized And Had Terrorism Ties

This is coming by way of Wolf Blitzer’s producer, Vaughan Sterling, to make of that what you will in terms of credibility:

 

This doesn’t mean that the attack was terrorism, per se. In fact, it seems counter-intuitive that shooting up a holiday luncheon would make the kind of statement al Qaeda or ISIS would want to make. A shopping mall or government building, sure, but a holiday luncheon? It smacks of lack of imagination for the crowning achievement of one’s life.

As I noted earlier, California has some of the most stringent gun control laws in the nation. I have yet to see any authoritative information on the weapon used. I’ve seen both AR-15 and AK-47 mentioned and both of those are illegal to own in California… getting back to the folly in thinking laws will deter criminals.