"KTLA reports--here's a key quote: 'The call first came in at 10:59 a.m. of multiple shots fired from the area of 1365 S. Waterman Ave., San Bernardino Police Department Lt. Richard Lawhead said. The department's SWAT team was training nearby and was suited, "ready to roll" and responded rapidly, Lawhead said.' Yet another mass shooting where, by chance, a training exercise was going on during or prior to the event."
Rappoport followed this with a second update:
"As I quoted earlier, a 'training exercise' was underway when the shooting started. Now we have this from the L.A. Times ('San Bernardino shooting: Dramatic video shows police storming Inland Regional Center'): 'At first, Dorothy Vong assumed it was a drill — just like all the others at her work. At the Inland Regional Center, where she’s a nurse, the staff works with clients and parents of clients who are sometimes angry. They have active-shooter drills every month or so.'
"So this attack happened to occur during a monthly active-shooter drill.
"Fluid reports now suggest: 14 dead, 17 wounded; the attack occurred on one building among a cluster belonging to Inland Regional Services, a non-profit which offers social services to people with disabilities. The one building that was targeted has a conference center it rents out to groups, and today the San Bernardino County Health Dept. was having a banquet there. There were possibly three gunmen."
That last detail is extremely important. As in so many of these mass shootings, early eyewitness reports indicated the presence of three shooters. Predictably, later reports retconned this third shooter out of existence. Keep in mind that this pattern occurs over and over again, going all the way back to the 1999 Columbine shootings. Here's a brief excerpt from Chapter Three of my first book, Cryptoscatology:
"One of my earliest notes [regarding the Columbine massacre] reads, '3 white males, black jackets, black hats, camo fatigues.' Please pay attention to the number three. Every single reporter on the scene described three white males entering the school. I sat there for hours and watched as the students rushed off the campus. The second they were in arm’s reach reporters began sticking microphones in their tear-stricken faces and saying, 'So how do you feel?' Every single one of the kids said they saw three white males, two of them in black trench coats, firing automatic rifles while a third man in a white t-shirt tossed bombs left and right. Hours later, however, after the media got to them, the kids began changing their minds. One girl even said, 'I thought I saw three of them, but the news said there was only two so I guess I was wrong.' And they say the media has no effect on children."
Somehow, in these cases, the handler always seems to fade away.