Are white male terrorists a bigger threat to Americans than Islamic extremists? | The Tylt
After horrific violence and three deaths during a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, many say we need to wake up to the danger of white male terror. Americans are seven times more likely to be killed by homegrown right-wing extremists than by Muslim terrorists. But ISIS and 9/11 still loom large in the public consciousness, and a recent poll shows 80 percent of likely U.S. voters consider radical Islamic terrorism a serious threat to American security. Who is the real threat?
Are white male terrorists a bigger threat to Americans than Islamic extremists?
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