San Bernardino Terrorist’s Politics Were ‘Very Liberal,’ According To His Dating Website Profile

Derek Hunter Contributor
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In an online dating profile on the website “Arab Lounge,” San Bernardino terrorist Syed Farook described himself as “somewhat humble,” “very analytical,” and his politics as “very liberal.” Many in the media originally speculated the shooter was a “right-winger” while the killers were at large.

In addition to a look into his politics, Farook’s profile, which had been “recently active,” according to the page, says the “most important thing in a relationship” for him was it be “(g)uided by and as written in Islam.”

Farook described himself as “somewhat cautious” in his adventurousness, “somewhat reserved” when it comes to affection, and of “average” sociability, mood and tolerance.

Farook listed himself as a non-smoker who “never” drinks and his turn-off is lying. His favorite athlete was Michael Jordan. Farook also wrote, “OH yes I love to work on Cars.”

His introductory paragraph reads:

I am born and raised here, I try to live as a good Muslim, looking for a girl who has the same outlook, wear hijab, but live the life to the fullest, be my partner for snow boarding, to go out and eat with friends, go camping, working on cars with me. Also be calm cool thought full, love to spend time with friends and family.

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(h/t The Blaze)