FBI FINALLY STATES THE OBVIOUS … SAN BERNADINO MASS KILLINGS WAS AN ACT OF TERRORISM …
Yesterday, the FBI made it official that the massacre that took place in San Bernardino, California this past week that killed 14 and injured 17 was an “ACT OF TERRORISM”. For many, the FBI was just stating the obvious, as the actions of 28 year old Syed Farook and his 29 year old Pakistani wife Tashfeen Malik had all the telltale signs of terrorism, not workplace violence that Barack Obama would have us believe. Sadly and maybe even more pathetically, even after the FBI called this heinous event an act of terrorism, the Obama administration was still hesitant to call it terrorism as WH spokesman Josh not so Earnest told reporters, “It’s far too early to reach that kind of conclusion. We’re still learning exactly what was motivating these individuals, what steps they took to carry out this terrible crime.” REALLY? This White House should be ashamed that they are more interested that news events meet their deranged liberal agenda than they are of the facts and protecting Americans.
FBI INVESTIGATING AS AN ACT OF TERRORISM
David Bowdich, Assistant Director, FBI – LA Office
The California massacre which killed 14 people has been declared “an act of terrorism” by the FBI, amid reports the female assailant had pledged allegiance to the leader of the Islamic State militant group.
US-born Syed Farook, 28, and his 29-year-old Pakistani wife Tashfeen Malik were killed in a firefight with police hours after the attack on a holiday party at the Inland Regional Centre social services agency in San Bernardino, about 100 kilometres east of Los Angeles.
“We have uncovered evidence that has led us to learn of extensive planning,” David Bowdich, the assistant FBI director in charge of the Los Angeles office, told reporters.
“There’s a number of pieces of evidence that has essentially pushed us off the cliff to say we are now investigating this as an act of terrorism.”
He said investigators were examining a Facebook posting in which Malik is believed to have pledged allegiance to IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, made around the time of Wednesday’s attack.