Bridget Johnson

Bridget Johnson is a fellow with the Haym Salomon Center, a news and public policy group. A veteran journalist, Johnson covers the Pentagon, the intelligence community, and the State Department. She’s a contributor at NPR and worked for the Hill and the American Enterprise Institute before joining PJ Media as D.C. bureau chief.

There’s No Such Thing as a ‘Lone Wolf’ Terrorist

 

“Lone wolf” has become a designation without meaning as the terror model has evolved into the international network of independent operatives that terror groups have been hoping for all along. Consider the attackers who have never strayed from U.S. soil or only know their jihadi “bros” via Twitter to be like terror contractors. Al-Qaeda in […]

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