Posted by Curt on 4 December, 2015 at 7:05 pm. 2 comments already!



A fine end to a fine week for federal law enforcement. Someone, either the NSA or the FBI, obviously dropped the ball on sniffing these two degenerates out before they made their move. Then the FBI declared Farook’s apartment clear despite the fact that it was still “stuffed full of documents, notebooks, photos, business cards, IDs,” which freed the media to go trampling through the crime scene. Now this.

It’s a good day for Donald Trump and his message that we’re governed by imbeciles, particularly on immigration, says Ross Douthat. And so it is.

Malik came to the U.S. on what is known as a “fiancé” visa, which allows an American fiancé to petition for his or her partner’s temporary entry before marriage. For the visa application, the address she listed in her Pakistani hometown, ABC News discovered today, does not exist. Malik received a her Green Card this summer, U.S. officials said

The official close to the Saudi Arabian government said that Saudi intelligence officials did not have her on any of their watch lists and she did not appear to have any link to extremists in the region. Neither Malik or Farook were on the FBI’s radar in the U.S., officials said…

FBI Special Agent David Bowdich said today it’s also unclear who in the relationship led the other down the violent path.

Malik spent her whole life bouncing around between Saudi Arabia and Pakistan, two countries with the most fanatic Salafists on Earth, so obviously there was no reason to closely scrutinize her visa application to make sure all of the information on it was true.

If you missed it earlier this afternoon, here’s the Farook family lawyer upping the ante afterflirting with a false-flag theory of the crime yesterday by dismissing the news that Farook looked at jihadi propaganda online.

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