As information of a capturing at YouTube’s headquarters broke Tuesday, a Republican lawmaker speculated that the shooter “may very well be” an undocumented immigrant.

Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Calif.) made the remark that the shooter may be an “unlawful immigrant” with out offering proof throughout Fox Enterprise protection of the breaking capturing information, the Hill reported.

“You have been going to debate with me sanctuary cities and the sanctuary state motion, and it matches proper into what you’re speaking about proper now. Would anybody be shocked?” Rohrabacher mentioned. “We’ve a state authorities in California that’s making an attempt to forestall our legislation enforcement folks from working with the federal legislation enforcement folks to get collectively the prison unlawful aliens.”

He continued: “Would anybody proper now listening to you assume, ‘Properly, this actually wouldn’t be an unlawful immigrant there.’ Properly, it may very well be. All people is aware of that it may very well be.”

Regulation enforcement responded to studies shooter opened fireplace on the YouTube headquarters Tuesday afternoon in San Bruno, California. The shooter, a girl, reportedly shot her boyfriend and at the very least three others earlier than dying of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Simply minutes after preliminary studies of the incident and that the shooter was sporting a headband, conservative pundit and White Home correspondent Lucian Wintrich speculated the shooter was a “range” rent.

H/T the Hill 

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