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While FBI Will Not Rule Out Terrorism, MSM Pushing Workplace Violence Narrative

While FBI Will Not Rule Out Terrorism, MSM Pushing Workplace Violence Narrative

By RedFlag News Desk

Hours after two suspects were killed in a shootout with police, with a “Middle Eastern” sounding name and face floating around as a possible suspect, the media has begun to spin the story into one of “work-place violence”.

CNN Reports:

One of the suspects was at the holiday event where the initial shooting took place, a law enforcement official told CNN. There was a dispute at the event and the man left, the official said. It's believed he returned with two other suspects, the official added.

Burguan confirmed there was a dispute at an event at Inland Regional Center. Someone left the event after the dispute, he said, but it was unclear whether that person was later involved in the shooting. "There was some type of dispute or something when somebody left that party. But we have no idea if those were the people who came back," Burguan said.

The same story was being repeated by celebrity gossip site TMZ:

One of the gunmen who shot up the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino was at a holiday party at the facility earlier Wednesday ... got into a dispute, and then came back with his "buddies" and opened fire ... this according to a well-placed law enforcement source.

An LAPD source who has been well-briefed tells us, one of the gunmen showed up for some sort of Christmas party for employees of the San Bernardino County Health Dept. The party was being held in one of the conference rooms that was rented out for the event ... and when the gunman returned, he went to same room and shot it up

Granted, the motive of today’s events are still unclear, it’s hard to believe that someone has friends, tactical gear, bombs, masks, and weapons standing by to go shoot up someone’s place of work should a dispute arise.

Of course, given the war with ISIS, the Syrian refugee debate, and the attack on the Second Amendment, one can almost understand the liberal media’s reluctance to pin this incident on Muslim based domestic terrorism when a political narrative can be so easily spun from it.

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