The whole point of it being a ‘lone wolf’ is that there is ONLY ONE. Not two, not three … ONE.
Expert on CNN just now: "Two or three lone wolves may have gotten together."
— Stephen Hayes (@stephenfhayes) September 19, 2016
If you get several lone wolves together that is a sect, group or PACK, and the idea of calling any of them a lone wolf makes zero sense.
Unless of course you’re someone CNN considers an expert which is comedy unto itself if you think about it.
RT @stephenfhayes Expert on CNN just now: "Two or three lone wolves may have gotten together."
— Ian Tuttle (@iptuttle) September 19, 2016
The expert couldn’t be bothered to look up the definition of lone? It means ALONE, Mr. Expert on CNN.
@stephenfhayes lone wolfpack
— Razor (@hale_razor) September 19, 2016
Pack, yes that’s an excellent way to look at it when you’re talking about two or three (or more) “lone wolves.”
— Michael Frisbie (@PastorFrisbie) September 19, 2016
The Lone Amigos?
@stephenfhayes idiots. Getting harder to cover for Queen of mean. Blame a video yet?
— Jo Ella Rash (@rash_jo) September 19, 2016
A video made the pack of lone wolves so angry they put BOMBS into dumpsters. Sure, and then Hillary will make the guy who made the movie PAY! Gosh, where have we heard this before?
— M G (@MadaGasp) September 19, 2016