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In tonight's monologue on The Five, Greg Gutfeld said that statistics saying you're more likely to be struck by lightning than offed by terror can be misleading.

"That's the thing with statistics," he said. "They can be right, until they go very wrong."

Unlike lightning, a terrorist goes out of his way to seek victims. A terrorist has a brain. And while lightning never changes, terror tactics evolve with changing technology.

"So don't buy into the binary choices of panic and relax," Gutfeld said. "We need vigilance and a willingness to fight.

"The saying goes, with terror we have to be right all of the time. Terrorists, only once.

"It's a logic lost on so many leaders armed with statistics, but little else."

Watch the monologue above, and don't miss The Greg Gutfeld Show on Saturdays at 10 p.m. ET!

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