Gorka: 'There Is No Such Thing as Lone Wolf Terrorism'
Monday's alleged terrorist attack in Berlin left at least 12 people dead and dozens injured after a truck plowed through a Christmas market.
And that was just one of three alleged terror attacks in Europe on Monday, along with a shooting at a mosque in Zurich, Switzerland, and the fatal shooting of the Russian ambassador to Turkey in Ankara.
Dr. Sebastian Gorka, author of "Defeating Jihad," joined "Fox & Friends" Monday to discuss his views on the concept of "lone wolf terrorism."
Gorka said all of Monday's attacks are "absolutely" related and not a product of lone wolf terror.
"I completely reject it," he said. "Lone wolf is a concept designed to make Americans stupid. There is no such thing as lone wolf terrorism."
He said all terrorist attacks -- the Boston Marathon bombing and 9/11 to name just a couple -- are connected through the "ideology of jihadism."
"People aren't just sitting in their basement one day, go on the internet and suddenly become jihadis; that is bogus," he said. "They buy into the narrative of jihad. They choose that lifestyle, and then they kill the infidel."
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