The Chattanooga attack by Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez that left five U.S. servicemembers dead was said to have been inspired by “general jihadist propaganda,” but the FBI reportedly still isn’t willing to take it much further:
Wait, seriously? Yep:
— Tennessean (@Tennessean) July 22, 2015
Somebody must have a different definition of “radicalized” than most.
.@instapundit yet within minutes they knew the Confederate flag had caused the Charleston murders
— Lead and Gold (@leadandgold_cdh) July 22, 2015
@instapundit FBI checklist:
— Joel Engel (@joelengel) July 22, 2015
@TheBlazeNOW Stop the bull!!
— Jeanne (@jzimme750) July 22, 2015
@TheBlazeNOW Because there's nothing radical about murdering brave service members while following ISIS teachings. Right.
— Elizabeth Elliott (@lizbelliott) July 22, 2015
@JohnRiversToo @TheBlazeNOW If guy gets killed robbing a bank, we don't jump to the conclusion he wanted the $. Maybe just coincidence DOD
— Barton Fairfax (@BartonFairfax) July 22, 2015
@TheBlazeNOW is there a ceremony for radicalization? They act as though it's a baptism. It's literally despots fueled by cultish worship
— Jason Cuckler (@CucklerJason) July 22, 2015
@TheBlazeNOW Wow, still too early? I wonder if the towers actually fell or if it's to early to say.
— Evil Turkey (@Madcowguitargod) July 22, 2015
@instapundit @TheBlazeNOW They will keep saying that until the news cycle changes. It's what they do.
— Susan O'Bryant (@susanobryant) July 22, 2015