Everyone agrees that this shooting was, ‘unprovoked’. Which would lead us all to believe that the usual motives for this attack, anger at a person or event for personal reasons, can be discounted. The motive was almost certainly ideological then, and that ideology was Islam. And if that is the case, what does it tell us about religious muslim in positions of trust?
Imagine if a Jewish community center hired a zealous Nazi to guard it. The guard was known to attend Nazi ideological enforcement meetings daily or at least every Friday afternoon. He dressed in the manner of a Nazi faithful and lived in the prescribed lifestyle.
One day he turns on the community center killing as many as he can using the weapon provided to him by the Jewish community center who hired him.
The news reporter asking about this attack asks the following questions:
at 1:02: “And what are we to understand about why this supposedly happened, we are hearing it was a security guard do you think he was an implanted insurgent, or is this about somebody having some sort of psychotic break, what do we understand?”
Answer is that it is too early to speculate. LOL!
Of course the answer goes on to add weight to any possible motive whatsoever so long as it does not allow for the obvious.