Rep. Peter King (R-NY) weighed in on "The Kelly File" tonight about FBI Director James Comey's terror warning. 

Comey told lawmakers Wednesday that terror groups such as ISIS are using encrypted programs in an effort to prevent law enforcement officials from accessing their communications with recruits. 

He told a Senate panel that "this is not your grandfather's al Qaeda" and that he can't stop ISIS "forever."

King said that "ISIS is coming at us from so many different directions, primarily through social media." He explained that the terrorist organization is appealing to the "people on the fringes of society."

King added that ISIS is able to communicate with people who want to be "dedicated" ISIS followers. 

King also told Kelly that ISIS did want to attack the country over the Fourth of July holiday weekend.

Watch the full "Kelly File" segment above.

King on ISIS 4th of July Threat: 'This Is the Real Deal'

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