It turns out even murderous terrorist groups have standards: Al Qaeda's Syria-based affiliate, the al-Nusra Front, repeatedly rejected Tashfeen Malik, the sicko who joined with her husband, Syed Farook, to gun down 14 innocent people in San Bernardino, Calif.
Despite her failure to link up with any larger groups, the very fact that Malik was able to covertly contact terror organizations and offer her deranged services could point to serious — and deadly — lapses in the Department of Homeland Security that could cost American lives.
Malik repeatedly tried to join up with a number of terror groups in the months leading up to the Dec. 2 San Bernardino bloodbath but got the cold shoulder. Investigators suspect she could have been trying to hatch a plot to kill even more Americans than they did.
This revelation comes on the heels of the FBI discovering photos of local schools on Farook's phone — which could mean the married maniacs were targeting those sites as part of a far larger attack than previously known!
Meanwhile, divers continued to search Seccombe Lake, near San Bernardino, where authorities suspect Farook may have dumped evidence — such as the hard drive missing from the computer in his home.
If found, the computer disc could shed more light on the deadly duo’s plans and preparations — and perhaps contact information linking them to other radical groups.
As The National ENQUIRER exclusively revealed, there are at least 93 ISIS sleeper cells in America just waiting for the signal to attack such soft targets as Times Square, Mall of America and even the Super Bowl!