San Bernardino false flag: Multiple Witnesses reported three white men shooting

Now that the government’s narrative on the San Bernardino shooting has been put into place by the corporate media previous eyewitness reports contradicting the official storyline will be assigned to the memory hole.

Read: Eyewitness to San Bernardino shooting: ‘Three tall white men did it’

As the event unfolded last week early reports indicated there were three people involved in the shooting.

“The hunt for one to three suspects was taking place near a San Bernardino center where as many as 20 people were shot Wednesday, authorities said,” Fox News in Sacramento reported an hour after shots rang out at the Inland Regional Center, a facility for people with developmental disabilities.

Fox News in Los Angeles also reported the existence of a third person involved in the shooting:

These tweets were followed by one that indicated police apprehended a third person:

This is reminiscent of the man police apprehended in the woods following the alleged shooting at Sandy Hook. At the time, CBS reported that “a potential second shooter is in custody and that SWAT is now investigating the home of the suspect.” Moreover,  audio recordings of police radio reports stated there were two shooters involved at the school.

An eyewitness account by Sally Abdelmageed, a worker at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, reported “three men dressed in all black, military attire, with vests on they were holding assault rifles. As soon as they opened up the doors to building three… one of them… started to shoot into the room.”

Abdelmageed said “I couldn’t see a face, he had a black hat on… black cargo pants, the kind with the big puffy pockets on the side… long sleeve shirt… glove… huge assault rifle… six magazines… I just saw three dressed exactly the same.”

“It looked like their skin color was white. They look like they were athletic build and they appeared to be tall,” she told CBS News.

Abdelmageed’s story contradicts the official version put in place later in the day that an Arab couple, Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik, were the perpetrators.

Another witness backed up Abdelmageed’s story. Juan Hernandez told a local NBC affiliate he saw “three white men in military fatigues” leaving the scene:

Although these eye witness accounts cast doubt on the official narrative, they were subsequently ignored and the radical Muslim jihadist angle predominated.

“To boot it also appears as if the suspects’ legal team believes their clients may have been made out by authorities and/or the media to be patsies further allowing for gun control narratives to be pushed onto the public,” writes Shepard Ambellas.

“The suspects’ legal team also questions the validity of the Sandy Hook shooting which some believe never took place and may have been a live active shooter drill, using crisis actors, perpetuated by the establishment media as a ‘mass shooting’ as covered heavily by Intellihub in the past.”

Other details have also either been ignored or swept under the carpet. On December 3 reported on a comment made by Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina during an appearance on the Morning Joe Show.

“If you listen to your reporter earlier, what he said is the ATF believes that someone purchased this gun on behalf of the police department and somehow that gun ended up in the hands of this guy, so it actually does not sound at all like this man purchased a firearm,” she said.

This oddity was subsequently excised from the official story when “CBS News’ Paula Reid reported that two of the guns were purchased by someone who is already known by investigators” and the weapons were “legally transferred from a friend.”

Now that the official version predominates, alternative explanations on what happened in San Bernardino will be denounced as “trutherism” and crackpot conspiracy theories.

On Monday, Dr. Steve Pieczenik told Alex Jones he is skeptical of the official narrative.

“You had a woman who was supposedly a Pakistani who went to Saudi Arabia, was less than a hundred pounds being able to wear at vest at the same time carry guns and at the same time shoot and twitter, absolutely impossible,” Pieczenik said.

He said the incident transposes Sandy Hook and its underlying predicate is gun control for Obama. “His last wish, his dying wish… is that we have gun control in the United States.”