California Shooting Witness: “Three Military White Men Did It”

A witness at the San Bernardino shooting has come forward saying that three tall white men did it

New explosive details have emerged since Wednesday’s California shooting that bring the official narrative of what happened into massive disrepute. 

We know that ATF investigators recovered police issued firearms from the scene, and just days before active shooter drills had taken place near the scene of the massacre.

Now details are emerging from eyewitnesses who say that “three [tall] white shooters” dressed in black military gear were seen firing assault weapons at the incident. reports:

The witness, Sally Abdelmageed, worked at Inland Medical Center where the attack took place and saw it all unfold firsthand. It’s also important to note that Abdelmageed is likely not lying and that this quite possibly might be the most accurate eyewitness account publicized to date. After all how can two shooters, a man and a petite woman, be mistaken for three white military men with athletic builds?

In a phone interview with CBS Abdelmageed explained:

“I heard shots fired and it was from you know an automatic weapon. […] very unusual. Why would we hear shots? As we looked out the window a second set of shots goes off […] and we saw a man fall to the floor. Then we just looked and we saw three men dressed in all black, military attire, with vests on they were holding assault rifles. As soon as they opened up the doors to building three […] one of them […] started to shoot into the room.”

When asked what the gunman that shot into the room looked like the eyewitness replied:

“I couldn’t see a face, he had a black hat on […] black cargo pants, the kind with the big puffy pockets on the side […] long sleeve shirt […] gloves […huge assault riffle […] six magazines […] I just saw three dressed exactly the same”.

You are certain you saw three men,” the newscaster asked Abdelmageed.

Yes,” said Abdelmageed.

It looked like their skin color was white. They look like they were athletic build and they appeared to be tall.”

In a shill-like manner the CBS reporter responded, “And of course we just learned that one suspect was a woman.

To boot it also appears as if the suspects legal team believes their clients may have been made out by authorities and/or the media to be patsies further allowing for gun control narratives to be pushed onto the public.

The suspects legal team also questions the validity of the Sandy Hook shooting which some believe never took place and may have been a live active shooter drill, usingcrisis actors, perpetuated by the establishment media as a ‘mass shooting’ as coveredheavily by Intellihub in the past.

President Barack Obama will make a rare primetime address to the nation Sunday laying out how he will keep Americans safe and defeat the Islamic State group, days after 14 people were shot dead in California,” AFP reports.

May I now ask the question: what the hell is going on here?

  • RebellionQuasher

    This isn’t “explosive new details”, it is a simple case of Eyewitness Misidentification. 35% of eyewitness reports are inaccurate. Plus, they have the ammunition purchased by the couple at the scene of the shooting, and also in the rental SUV, and also at their home.

    But this obvious concrete physical evidence isn’t enough for some people. This is a CONSPIRACY (lol) and we will try to twist any tiny detail into an “argument” to support our bias.

    • GetaNewPlanet

      Sure. With a name like rebellionquasher? There’s not a chance you are establishment, right? I mean forget the fact propaganda was legalized in the NDAA. Giving media, state department, pentagon or any other bootlicking agency permission to disseminate misinformation. No that would never happen. If the government actually did their job, instead of bowing down to old ass blood thirsty occult sociopaths. This country and world would probably be alot more sustainable. But whatever. Some just have to feel superior and “illuminated”. LoL Psychos

      • RebellionQuasher

        Interesting off topic comment. Think about it for second — if 35% of all eyewitness reports are inaccurate, would you really want to base a conspiracy theory on inaccurate information? This happens all the time when inaccurate eyewitnesses put the wrong person in jail. People have even been executed on death row due to inaccurate eyewitness testimony. Not trying to get dramatic, but you get the point.

        • Bea

          35% inaccurate. That leaves 65% of eyewitness reports are accurate. Sounds like there is better odds of them being accurate. So she’s most likely telling the truth on what she seen.

          • RebellionQuasher

            This is called “Bias Confirmation”. You guys want everything to be a giant CONSPIRACY, so you seek this information to confirm your pre-conceived biases. No matter that Faroq and his wife fled the scene and were identified by several other eyewitnesses at the scene as the shooters. Then police found the SUV that fled the scene, engaged the people inside the SUV and shot them in a shootout. So obviously there is a mountain of evidence that disproves this clearly incorrect CONSPIRACY idea. The shooters were dressed in black military gear too, so this was the shooters dressed in combat gear. The physical evidence proves it.

            Just look at the concrete evidence! It far outweighs the slight chance that an inaccurate eyewitness statement means this was some grandiose Illuminati CONSPIRACY to start World War 3.

            Study “Bias Confirmation” and learn how to improve your mind and its clinging desire to constantly re-affirm Bias. You will learn a lot about how your mind works and become much more thorough in analysis/anticipation and in several other areas of your life. It is really a key skill for any advanced person who wants to truly master themselves and their impulses.


          • LookAtYourself

            RebellionQuasher is suffering from Confirmation Bias. Look at how he’s so sure the witnesses are wrong. When he says 35% inaccurate he means 100% inaccurate. Sounds like a pushy statist. And on people’s thoughts and theories, fear keeps people free and alive. Misplaced trust enslaves people. One can only hope that when their crazy conspiracy theories actually prove to be true, that you will be one of the first to suffer at the hands of the state, but from the sound of it, you will be among those oppressing innocent, weak, unarmed citizens. Just a hunch.

          • RebellionQuasher

            Wow, nice personal stuff there… instead of the topic, try to discuss me. Brilliant!

            Listen, I’m just trying to help people understand finer concepts of mental sharpening. I find several of my friends who find a “conspiracy” in everything suffer from heavy Bias Confirmation. The boring reality of what happened in a situation is never enough for them… they have to create another version of everything around them, even if the evidence to support the theory is suspect.