Friday on Fox Business Network’s “Cavuto: Coast to Coast,” Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) said that when describing the terror attack on two military facilities Thursday in Tennessee, which resulted in the killing of four Marines, we need to “lose the term lone-wolf,” because all of the recent terror attacks are “connected in the virtual space” through ISIS and other radial Islamic groups’ internet propaganda.
Blackburn said, “the president has to develop a strategy for looking at this online radicalization. … We’ve got to lose the term lone-wolf, because they are connected in the virtual space. And these sites that enhance radicalization, there’s got to be a way of dealing with this 21st century warfare.”
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