There are many parallels between the Tennessee attack of Abdulazeez and the San Bernardino attack led by Syed Farook.
1. Both Abdulazeez And Syed Farook were devout Muslims.
2. Both were born in the USA and citizens.
3. Both had recently graduated from American government universities.
4. Both were not poor at all.
5. Both were not suspects at all, and not on the no fly list.
6. Both were at the time or in the past government workers.
7. Both male and in 20s.
8. Both were not even suspected of being Muslim terrorists by family and non-Muslim friends.
9. Despite Barrack Obama’s and Bernie Sanders claims that “Global Warming” is a greater danger than terrorists and that Global Warming” is a major cause of terrorism, there is no connection at all between these two mass murders and “Global Warming”.
In regard to Mohammad Abdulazeez “He was an unbelievable nice person,” a high school classmate, Ryan Smith, told the Times Free press. “He was honestly one of the funniest guys I’ve ever met.”
Bernie Sanders, said the greatest threat to national security is climate change. A day after the Paris terrorist attacks, did he, asked moderator John Dickerson, still believe that?
“Absolutely. In fact, climate change is directly related to the growth of terrorism,” Sanders said on Nov. 14. “If we do not get our act together and listen to what the scientists say, you’re gonna see countries all over the world — this is what the CIA says — they’re going to be struggling over limited amounts of water, limited amounts of land to grow their crops, and you’re going to see all kinds of international conflict.”
A day later on CBS’ Face the Nation, Sanders doubled down on his statement.
Sanders said, “Climate change is directly related to the growth of terrorism.”
We couldn’t find any evidence of a “direct” relationship between climate change and terrorism, though many reports have noted an indirect link. There are, of course, many other factors that contribute to terrorism, including religious and ethnic tensions and political repression.