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San Bernardino shooting: We need to take away guns, and admit more refugees.

Reader comment on item: Muslim "No-go Zones" in Europe?

Submitted by Michael S (United States), Dec 2, 2015 at 23:04

Is San Bernardino a "No-Go" zone? The first suspect in the military-style "shooting of unknown motive, probably domestic terrorist (meaning Pro-Life)" is Syed Raheel Farook. His brother is also suspected.

The name sounds Irish or Polish; obviously someone from the Pro-LIfe movement; a Neo-Conservative, Tea Party Republican, by the looks of it. Probably Anti-Gay. That's why he and the rest of his firing team targeted a home for the disabled.

I just love it, when our press and government have things so spot-on. If those hated Republicans were in charge, they might have said Syed was a Muslim. He worked as an environmental health specialist in San Bernardino, and was a US citizen. His father described him as a devout Muslim.

The latest:

After initially saying there were no indications of terrorism, the FBI said Wednesday night that they have not ruled out a connection to terrorism. The FBI spokesman would not give an more specifics.

Are the FBI Bosoes? Or do they think WE'RE Bosoes? They used AK-47s. I wonder how long it will be, before Obama gets on TV and calls for restricting sales of handguns to disabled people.

We may not be certain that this is a terrorist act; but one thing is for sure: The solution to this sort of problem, besides taking away everyone's guns, is to open our borders for more Middle Eastern and South Asian refugees.

Now get ready for all the pro-Muslim sympathy marches...


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