Hard to disagree with that assessment. This is apparently what Vox luminary Max Fisher thinks about the notion of well coordinated terrorist attacks in this country:
You go ahead and do that, Max.
— #NeverTrump (@BillySullivan7) December 8, 2015
— neontaster (@neontaster) December 8, 2015
It’s nice for Max that he wants to keep his head in the sand.
@Max_Fisher IS not a movement? Is that sand warm where you've got your head buried?
— fact275 (@fact275) December 8, 2015
Good thing not everyone’s as willfully ignorant as he is.
.@Max_Fisher Right, go with your "just don't be afraid, idiots" policy position. I'm sure it's a winner.
— bonhomme (@bonhomme37) December 8, 2015
If I saw Islamist movement denialism on a banner, I would find that terrifying. https://t.co/AjGYzTClM3
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) December 8, 2015
@Max_Fisher explain your theory to the families of 9/11 victims, Ft. Hood, Benghazi, USS Cole,Boston Marathon, and so on. They may disagree.
— Denise (@westieTX) December 8, 2015
@Max_Fisher So terror is just a feeling? The pseudo intellects are dreamy, cliched morons.
— Patrick Lucy (@Odie1941) December 8, 2015
@Max_Fisher You can't possibly be this stupid, can you?
— No Chill (@SmuggieMike) December 8, 2015
That’s a rhetorical question, of course.
Dear Max Fisher,
— Colonel (@laurakfillault) December 8, 2015
Max Fisher's ignorant web punditry has entered its supernova stage https://t.co/OXTXDxRsHw
— Sohrab Ahmari (@SohrabAhmari) December 8, 2015