Void apparent leadership from the White House, which tends to take radical Islamist attacks like those on children and women at an Easter event Sunday afternoon in Pakistan and at the Brussels airport and metra system in stride, Kinzinger is pushing for a United States-led response.
"We need to be organizing indigenous forces where it be, whether it's Sunni tribesmen, whether it's Iraqi military," said Kinzinger. "They're finally getting in a position where they can fight again. Embedding our special ops with them, continuing the air strikes, and ultimately doing what's necessary to win."
Kinzinger also calls for the U.S. to recruit moderate Muslims to help in the fight against ISIS.