If the shoe fits, wear it.
In a statement Thursday, President Obama appeared to be befuddled over whether the deadly shooting in San Bernardino, Calif., was “terrorist-related,” but former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani said anyone who can’t come to that conclusion is a “moron.”
Giuliani appeared Thursday on “America’s Newsroom” after Attorney General Loretta Lynch spoke to reporters about the incident.
“You can come to one clear conclusion with the information they have right now,” he told Fox News host Bill Hemmer. “This is an act of terror. The question was motivation… The question here is not, is it an act of terror. We’re beyond that.”
Apparently the White House didn’t get the memo, because Obama would say later that while it’s possible the attack was terrorist related, it’s also possible that it was “workplace related.”
Guiliani, speaking about the Muslim couple responsible for the attack that killed up to 14 people, Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik, pointed to the obvious.
“When you got two assault weapons, two handguns, you’re in body armor, you got a home that’s boobytrapped. You’ve been practicing to do this,” he said.
“If you can’t come to a conclusion at this point that this was an act of terror, you should find something else to do for a living besides law enforcement,” Guiliani concluded. “I mean, you’re a moron.”
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