Police: 2 San Bernardino Shooting Suspects Dead, 1 Male and 1 Female

Presidential Candidates React to San Bernardino Shooting

Carly Fiorina said today that the mass shooting in San Bernardino, California appears to be an act of homegrown terrorism.

The suspected shooters, Syed Rizwan Farook and his wife, Tashfeen Malik, were wearing body armor and carrying assault rifles when they opened fire at a holiday party for the county health department at Inland Regional Center.

Fiorina said what's known right now is that the "mass murderers" were Muslims who had recently returned from Saudi Arabia.

"As your previous guest said: if it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck and sounds like a duck, maybe it’s a duck," she said. 

On the immediate calls for stricter gun control laws by the left, Fiorina said the "left wing is terrified of our values" and is all about looking to government to take over on "everything: for religion, family, common sense and good judgment."

She emphasized that the strict gun control laws already in place have proven to be questionable. 

"In the South Carolina mass shooting, it turns out that guy, Dylann Roof, should never have been sold a gun. It turns out that South Carolina has very strict gun control laws. It didn’t help. It turns out all the violence in Chicago is sitting in a city with some of the strictest gun control laws. This isn’t the answer. The answer is let’s start by calling this crime what it appears to be," she said. 

Watch her full take above.

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