Uh huh

Of course, all this presumes that the incident happened at all: some believe it didn't. "I am Muslim and and am very insulted by the fact that Islam and the Muslims are being used like this to justify the pseudo terrorism agenda, the divide and conquer agenda, so that these very federal agencies can justify their existence and continue to take the american people's tax money in the name of Terrorism. They are the terrorists. .This is crap!!! Also check out a youtube channel named "NoDisinfo" he proves that the "wife" is a creation of photoshop ("Lanza style")......i Hate that these criminals take advantage of the public's ignorance about Islam and go on these types of smear campaigns to further their agendas"

Of course, all this presumes that the incident happened at all: some believe it didn't. "I am Muslim and and am very insulted by the fact that Islam and the Muslims are being used like this to justify the pseudo terrorism agenda, the divide and conquer agenda, so that these very federal agencies can justify their existence and continue to take the american people's tax money in the name of Terrorism. They are the terrorists. .This is crap!!! Also check out a youtube channel named "NoDisinfo" he proves that the "wife" is a creation of photoshop ("Lanza style")......i Hate that these criminals take advantage of the public's ignorance about Islam and go on these types of smear campaigns to further their agendas"

San Bernardino terrorist was triggered by his firm's mandatory Christmas party.

She had essentially made the statement in an online account that she didn’t think that a Muslim should have to participate in a non-Muslim holiday or event,” San Bernadino’s police chief, describing Farook’s wife and co-terrorist Tashfeen Malik, told ABCNews. “That really is one of the very, very few pieces of potential evidence that we have that we can truly point to and say, ‘That probably is a motive in this case.”
Farook reportedly went to the office in the early morning for the party before promptly leaving. He returned 20 minutes later in a rental car with his wife, several automatic rifles, and pipe bombs. As the attack on Farook’s coworkers began, Malik declared her allegiance on Facebook to Islamic State.

These two killers were busy making bombs and practicing their shootings weeks before the actual killing, so I have my doubts that it was Santa Claus that set them off (by the way, why isn't the wife in jail?), but I find this headline, picked up by national and local media alike, a bit of a whitewash: "A year after attack in San Bernardino, faithful seek unity". A whitewash because, whether Farook was needled by that office Christmas tree or not, his attack was clearly based on religious hatred. It's nice that his co-religionists apparently disapprove of his actions, but the article cited is focused on efforts to help non-Muslims "understand" Islam; I'd prefer to see that energy spent on controlling the people actually doing the killing.