December 03, 2015

CNN guest suggests San Bernardino Islamist shooter was offended by office 'Holiday Party'

StaffRebel Columnist

Can you imagine what would have happened if it was a Christmas Party?

CNN guest, Criminologist Casey Jordan, suggested that the 'holiday party' held at the office in which the deadly mass-shooting took place could have been 'offensive' to the Muslim gunman.

Here's the full quote thanks to our friends at News Busters.

“Disgruntled employee. They can have Arabic or Middle Eastern names as well, but the key is that from the beginning everything that was reported about him, going into this conference room where there was a holiday party which may have been offensive to him. But the bottomline is the motivation always appeared to be intrinsic not, extrinsic. Still, he was prepared for this. He didn’t — you know, it was almost like he was looking for an excuse to go get the guns, get the female getaway driver — you know, put on his fatigues and let it look like terrorism. So, I’m in total agreement that terrorism and disgruntled employee can be a mash up. This can be an amalgamation of both, but I really do think his motive was very intrinsic. It was personal. It was about a grudge and it looks like terrorism and he might like that, but it isn’t what it’s about.”

Now those are some low-expectations for Muslims.

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commented 2015-12-04 09:10:09 -0500
This sounds so familiar….a few years ago when I worked for SNC-Lavalin, they decided our Christmas party would be alcohol free. When I asked why, they sheepishly told me that three Muslims in our department complained that it wasn’t ‘inclusive’. So rather than telling them to fuck-off, they kowtowed and shut the bar.

Merry Christmas!
commented 2015-12-04 01:20:55 -0500
Dr. Genius commented 8 mins ago
«I can’t figure out why CBC ‘Content disabled’ me for this:»

Rule 0: Postings must not conflict with the CBC’s narrative.
You are in good company – almost every person who posts here on a regular basis has been censored or banned by cbc, ctcv and/or huff post.

No matter how well worded and polite your comments – if they do not coincide with the agenda of the censor you are hooped.
commented 2015-12-04 01:17:10 -0500
Sorry, but you don’t make improvised explosives in the spur of the moment.
commented 2015-12-04 01:15:55 -0500
«I can’t figure out why CBC ‘Content disabled’ me for this:»

Rule 0: Postings must not conflict with the CBC’s narrative.
commented 2015-12-04 00:47:32 -0500
Wow…that is all I can say
commented 2015-12-04 00:36:18 -0500
Dan Mancuso “Jihadi got your tongue?” great way of putting it.
commented 2015-12-04 00:35:22 -0500
Hey terrorists CNN is insulting you with uncovered women and support for gays, does that offend you?
commented 2015-12-04 00:23:48 -0500
What the hell is a " holiday party" anyway? That’s what’s part of the problem with this politically correct world who are delusional like Obama & keep on making excuses for these Islamist terrorists. If you can’t even call it what it is, like this nut bar guest on CNN, how can you solve anything. This was all about jihad in the name of Allah, period. Being offended with the word holiday is laughable. Please don’t insult my intelligence with this rhetoric. They didn’t amass all these weapons in a few days, you can be sure of that & if that politically correct neighbor who thought there was something suspicious going on had called the police, maybe these people would still be alive today.
I never thought for a moment that the day would come when people became so stupid, they would stop using the word “Christmas” because someone who was not Christian might be offended. Well too damn bad, I for one will continue wishing people Merry Christmas & not a ridiculous Happy Holiday greeting during the CHRISTMAS season. If you don’t like it, go live in a cave.
commented 2015-12-03 23:46:30 -0500
Wake the fuck up, guns don’t kill people Muslims do
commented 2015-12-03 23:45:23 -0500
It just occurred to me, that what anybody in the West who now works with Muslims must be thinking…are the Muslims I work with everyday going to come to work, or back from lunch, one day and shoot us or stab us or blow us all up…wow, terrorism works really good…
commented 2015-12-03 23:39:47 -0500
The Media Party(USA)…Yeah, I can’t figure out why CBC ‘Content disabled’ me for this:
“What’s wrong CBC, the Jihadi got your tongue?
C’mon, you can say it, MUSLIM TERRORISTS.
Canadians are forced to pay One Billion Dollars a year for this tripe and BS – sorry, thanks to Justin’s pre-election bribe working so well, it’s now, One Billion One Hundred and Fifty Million Dollars a year that is extorted from Canadians to pay for destroying our country from within…
Privatize CBC now and jail Lacroix…”
commented 2015-12-03 23:01:05 -0500
Man they must be pretty damn fast to build all of that stuff in 20 minutes. Oh sorry i forgot everyone has gear like this lying around in case they get mad at their job. I have a few IED’s and a crate of pipe bombs in my closet at all times as well. At least the MSM is good for a laugh , they are no good for anything else.
commented 2015-12-03 21:40:57 -0500
Typical of politically correct types. Dance around the real reason. ISLAM. The Religion of Retards. The Religion of Perpetual Victim-hood. The Cult of Death to those who Criticize it. The Cult of Idiots Indoctrinated to Kill.
commented 2015-12-03 18:21:22 -0500
Why not just do what the BBC does, and call them “Asians”. Next thing you know they will start anglicising the names. Syed Farook becomes Sam Feinstein.
commented 2015-12-03 18:19:22 -0500
Maurice Potvin, ‘Young people, possibly 28-year-old Farook and his 27-year-old wife, do not get radicalized in a vacuum. To borrow a common proverb, it takes a village.’

I imagine that there are a lot of villages: in Iran, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia just to name a few. This couple recently spent time in Saudi Arabia which is a supporter and financier of Wahabi Islam and terrorism (El Queda and ISIS). Yet, Saudi Arabia is allowed to build mosques and finance Islamic schools and student associations in Canada as well as around the world. Radicalization takes place in many of these mosques and schools. Saudi Arabia, although they wouldn’t take any Syrian immigrants, offered to build 200 mosques in Germany. They obviously expect to receive a return on this investment.
commented 2015-12-03 18:14:12 -0500
C,mon people, even Obama said these terrorist attacks are because of climate change. That should be proof enough! Question is, why aren’t other religions killing because of it?
commented 2015-12-03 18:09:11 -0500
Robert Dick, If this is the kind of comment that’s allowed on here, I won’t be joining this site when they start charging.
commented 2015-12-03 18:09:10 -0500
Robert Dick, If this is the kind of comment that’s allowed on here, I won’t be joining this site when they start charging.
commented 2015-12-03 18:08:00 -0500
I was watching CNN last night and I saw a bit of a dance around what seemed to be the first line of exploration considering we know for a fact that Isis said they were going to target the U.S. in the near future. Still it is good to keep an open mind but seriously an office party gone bad? and they just happened to have pipe bombs laying around for just such an emergency? We are dealing with a dangerous ideology no less evil than what Hitler was about and we had better figure out a better strategy on how to confront and conquer it because if we have learned anything from history appeasement doesn’t work and the longer we look away the larger the threat becomes.
commented 2015-12-03 17:45:44 -0500
Did this bitch actually use the word “MASHUP” to describe this horror show?
commented 2015-12-03 17:13:08 -0500
Here’s an article about this shooting from the latest Clarion Project’s News Letter. I trust their take a lot more than I would trust Casey Jordan:

“With the investigation of the California shooting in its primary stages, what we do know about this horrific attack is that it was highly planned. The shooters were prepared: in dress — they donned “assault-style clothing” (described as dark, tactical garments) and body armor; with weapons — they chose AK-47 Kalashnikov semi-automatic rifles (or the equivalent) plus pistols; and with ammo – they were carrying multiple magazines and had planted explosive devices resembling pipe bombs. Without ruling out other motives, law-enforcement officers say the facts of this case point to a terrorist attack. What we do know is that Syed Rizwan Farook, one of the shooters, “was very religious,” according to his father. He had travelled to Saudi Arabia and returned with this wife, who he had reportedly met online. A neighbor said Farook lived with his wife, mother and baby and “sounded really happy. I did notice there were lots of packages being dropped off and he was in the garage working on stuff.” Larson had assumed they were Christmas packages, perhaps unaware of Farook’s religious beliefs. She says in retrospect she wonders if they were the munitions and other elements he needed for the attack. Fellow workers say Farook was quiet and didn’t socialize with them. Those same workers had recently made a baby shower for him sometime after his now six-month-old child was born. In a list of workers and their salaries at the facility where Farook worked, he is listed as an environmental specialist with a salary of over $50,000. Less is known about his wife, Tashfeen Malik, Farook’s accomplice and fellow shooter. In the wake of the attack, U.S. President Barack Obama and Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley all immediately called for gun-control laws, not venturing into the territory of what makes another human being want to cause so much death and destruction with a gun. Republican candidates initially offered prayers for the victims and their families, as well as law-enforcement officers in harm’s way. At a speaking engagement, Ben Carson pointedly asked, “What happened to our country? Where did that come from? I will tell you where it did not come from. It did not come from our Judeo-Christian values. It came from something else.” If, indeed, the shootings turn out to be an Islamist terror attack, Carson’s questions need to be answered. The current administration’s policy of denying the ideological underpinning of the world’s current battle with worldwide terror is as dangerous as it is ridiculous. Having an unidentified elephant in the room, a lurking “that-who-will-not-be-named” presence wreaking havoc in the lives of hundreds of thousands of people does not make it go away. On the contrary, it only empowers it. By limiting the conversation to the voices of those recruiting and building a movement fueled by Islamist ideology, we have taken away one of our prime weapons to fight it: Our ability to refute it and offer an alternative. Young people, possibly 28-year-old Farook and his 27-year-old wife, do not get radicalized in a vacuum. To borrow a common proverb, it takes a village. With the advent of modern technology and social media, that village has become global. The fact that Islamist extremists have managed to influence and terrorize so much of the world is a testament to that fact. Clarion Project is dedicated to having that conversation. Radicalization in mosques is a number-one factor in swaying the opinion of young Muslims. See Clarion’s Islamist Organizations in America project and see if there is a radical mosque near you.”
commented 2015-12-03 17:05:37 -0500
“The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting.”― Sun Tzu, The Art of War
This could also be said by the Muslim Brotherhood, whose plan for the West is to infiltrate our institutions and use our laws to achieve their goal which is the supremacy of Islam and the implementation of Sharia. These Liberals seem to be on board with that. But they should bear in mind, that after Liberals in Iran supported the Ayatollah in the revolution, he quickly dispensed with them in true Islamic fashion.
commented 2015-12-03 16:56:55 -0500
If only the Islamists would go after the MSM and politicians instead of citizens going about their lives.
The politicians and their cohorts have guards with guns and goons to protect them and then they take our rights away in order to"protect us"

What crap.
Give us a fighting chance and we will win this cultural war, this war against freedom .
We are ferocious. We are courageous.
commented 2015-12-03 16:41:10 -0500
If that were so, I am offended that you are offended – so eff off
commented 2015-12-03 16:28:39 -0500
Funny that you posted this. When I was watching this segment on CNN last evening this woman had me shaking my head. She was delusional and trying to hard sell the ‘disgruntled employee’ theory and she just came of as patronizing and arrogant, in other words, a typical leftist. The only person on that panel that made sense was the retired 31 year law enforcement professional.
commented 2015-12-03 16:25:14 -0500
hey man kumbaya were all one big family man live and let live brother peace and love. Dig it! or whatever this is the elitist new world order #2 . By the time they realize whats going on it’s too late.
commented 2015-12-03 16:15:44 -0500
Deny, deny, deny, call these acts anything but what they are, call the perps anything but what they are. This is Journalism? This is news reporting?
The question remains – WHY? Why the continual refusal to call these acts TERROR ATTACKS, by TERRORISTS?
commented 2015-12-03 15:53:10 -0500
The “call it anything but terrorism” crowd! Man … I am so damned sick of them!!!
commented 2015-12-03 15:52:31 -0500
These CNN vermin must be getting paid a lot to say retarded crap like this.
commented 2015-12-03 15:50:15 -0500
Grudge/ Muslim Big grudge, against Christians. They are all the same.