“‘You here in this beautiful city know the horrors, the losses associated with gun violence are just unimaginable,’ Clinton told about 1,000 attendees, as she vowed to ‘take on the gun lobby.'”
Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik were jihad terrorists who had been plotting jihad mass murder for quite some time. Does Hillary Clinton really think they would have hesitated, or been unable, to obtain guns illegally? San Bernardino wasn’t “gun violence,” it was jihad. But since Hillary has declared all Muslims to be peaceful people who reject terrorism, she has to find some other way to spin the attack.
“San Bernardino attack is subtle undercurrent in Clinton speech,” by Melanie Mason, Los Angeles Times, June 3, 2016 (thanks to Darcy):
Two standbys of Hillary Clinton’s stump speech — riffs on guns and national security — assumed added resonance in San Bernardino, the city that was shaken by a terrorist attack six months ago.
Speaking at CSU San Bernardino on Friday night, Clinton’s message was subtle but unmistakable: Here, these issues are personal.
“You here in this beautiful city know the horrors, the losses associated with gun violence are just unimaginable,” Clinton told about 1,000 attendees, as she vowed to “take on the gun lobby.”
Later, she added that residents “know so well here that the most important responsiblity [sic] of any president is to be the commander-in-chief.”
The rally took place around 10 miles from the Inland Regional Center, the site of the mass shooting in December, in which a radicalized husband and wife gunned down 14 people….
Sanders notably did not mention the terrorist attacks when he held a rally in San Bernardino last week.
Not all attendees were interested in revisiting the shooting. Mariana Sanchez, a student at CSU San Bernardino, said the attack “didn’t really affect us as much as a lot of people would think.”
Instead, the 21-year-old math major said she was more interested in Clinton’s proposals to control tuition costs….