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The widow of an American man killed in Amman, Jordan during an attack on police there has sued Twitter, blaming the social media platform for allegedly making it easier for ISIS to spread its propaganda, court documents say.
"Without Twitter, the explosive growth of ISIS over the last few years into the most-feared terrorist group in the world would not..."
The largest propaganda platform for ISIS is the United States Congress; with the U.S. media being a close second. Honestly, If all of those clowns would stop talking about ISIS, then ISIS would eventually fade into obscurity.
Tamara Fields' husband, Lloyd -- an Army Veteran and who helps train police officers -- died on Nov. 9, shot by a Jordanian police captain. ISIS claimed responsibility, according to the lawsuit.