Do we need more evidence that ISIS and terrorists who want to infiltrate the U.S. to commit terror are here or are trying to come here? The jihadi bride who got into America on a “fiancé” visa was radicalized, financed and ready for jihad. The California terrorists were financed by someone who deposited $28,500 into their account two weeks before the attack. If we couldn’t vet this jihadi bride who came here using the right channels, how can we vet the thousands of Syrian refugees Obama wants to flood our towns with?
We have refugees who are coming here who are radical or just believe in Sharia. Because the psychosis of Islam doesn’t fit with our American values and laws, it’s time to REALLY take a look at flooding our towns with thousands of people who don’t want to assimilate but want to change our way of life via Sharia.
A $28,500 deposit was made to Syed Farook’s bank account from WebBank.com on or about Nov.18, some two weeks before he and his wife Tashfeen Malik carried out the San Bernardino massacre, a source close to the investigation told Fox News Monday.
Investigators are exploring whether the transaction was a loan taken out by Farook, who with his wife killed 14 and wounded 21 when they opened fire at a holiday lunch. He earned $53,000 a year with the county as an environmental health inspector.
On its website, the Utah-headquartered WebBank.com describes itself as “a leading provider of national consumer and commercial private-label and bank card financing programs” on a nationwide basis.
On or about Nov.20, Fox News is told Farook converted $10,000 to cash, and withdrew the money at a Union Bank branch in San Bernardino. Afterwards, in the days before the shooting, there were at least three transfers of $5,000 that appear to be to Farook’s mother.
The loan and large cash withdrawal were described to Fox News by the source as “significant evidence of pre-meditation,” and further undercut the premise that an argument at the Christmas party on Dec. 2 led to the shooting.
Fox News is also told that investigators are exploring whether the $10,000 cash withdrawal was used to reimburse Enrique Marquez, the man who bought the two semiautomatic rifles used in the San Bernardino shootings. Marquez is now reportedly answering investigators’ questions.
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