Sen. Ron Johnson: Technology Outpacing US Ability to Fight ISIS
Nadir Soofi, left, and Elton Simpson were the two gunmen in the Garland, Texas, shooting. (YouTube)
Online technology is advancing past the ability of the United States to effectively gather intelligence to protect itself from outside threats such as terrorism, Sen. Ron Johnson told Newsmax TV. The Wisconsin Republican is chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee and has set a meeting for Thursday to discuss the threat of terrorism inside U.S. borders. [Full Story]
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Sen. Ron Johnson: Technology Outpacing US Ability to Fight ISIS
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