'She Didn't Want to Profile': CA Neighbor Failed to Report Shooters' Suspicious Activity
Neighbors are speaking out about the Muslim husband and wife who killed 14 people at a San Bernardino office Wednesday.
Those who lived around the couple in Redlands, California, say there was unusual activity in the garage late at night and packages kept arriving within a short period of time.
According to one man, a female neighbor saw what was going on and declined to call police because she didn't want to "profile" the Muslim couple.
"She was kinda suspicious and wanted to report it. But she didn't want to profile," said Aaron Elswick.
Police said yesterday that the couple, Syed Rizwan Farook, 28, and his wife, Tashfeen Malik, 27, had 12 pipe bombs in the home and thousands of rounds of ammunition.
Carly Fiorina reacted in an interview with Greta Van Susteren, saying this is what happens as a result of the political correctness pushed by the left for years.
"This is the cost of people being shouted down because they express an opinion that the left wing doesn’t like. This is what happens. People stop talking and we cannot stop talking. We cannot stop speaking the truth and we can’t stop saying something if we see something, but that’s the cost when people demonize a messenger because they don’t like the message," she said.
Watch the interview above.