I can't imagine what will be said now. Nor what will be called for as a result. Many will be going all out nutso.
U.S. officials tell CBS News that 28-year-old Farook started searching
for a wife using an online dating website. He met Tashfeen Malik and
they became engaged in 2013 after he traveled to Saudi Arabia during the
annual pilgrimage know as the Hajj. Farook returned to Saudi Arabia in
July 2014 to bring her to the U.S. She passed a Homeland Security
counterterrorism screening as part of the vetting process, and officials
tell CBS News Farook was not on any U.S. terror watch lists.
A law enforcement source tells CBS News that the bombs found in the couple's home are near carbon copies of explosives shown in an issue of al Qaeda's on-line magazine "Inspire," which printed instructions on "how to build a bomb in the kitchen of your mom."