To Avoid ‘Racial-Profiling,’ Suspicious Neighbor Did Not Report Syed Farook

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Buried (naturally) in a CBS Los Angeles report about the home of Syed Farook, the Islamic terrorist, who along with his Muslim wife, was responsible for the murders of 14 innocent people in San Bernardino Wednesday, is the bone-chilling news that had a neighbor not feared he was “racial-profiling,” Farook could have been stopped:

A man who has been working in the area said he noticed a half-dozen Middle Eastern men in the area in recent weeks, but decided not to report anything since he did not wish to racially profile those people.

“We sat around lunch thinking, ‘What were they doing around the neighborhood?’” he said.  “We’d see them leave where they’re raiding the apartment.”

Thanks to our aggressively dishonest and politically correct media, and organizations like CAIR, when we see something we are now afraid to say something out of the absurd fear that saying something about someone of a certain nationality means you’re racist.

Wednesday, in just a few minutes, 14 people lost their lives, 14 families lost a loved one, and another 20 or so were wounded.

If this man is telling the truth, Wednesday didn’t have to happen.

The other question is who were these men. Family, perhaps. My guess, though, is that non-white men are not rare in San Bernardino. What likely caught this man’s eye was not a skin color but the behavior of these men, or an instinct that told the witness something was off.

The elite media is attacking those of us offering “thoughts and prayers” when it is their own political correctness that might literally be getting people killed.


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