An attempt to attack the US Marine Corps, and civilians in Manhattan, have yet to be defined in what seems to be the most clear and obvious definition possible. Which should bring to question why.
As the nation continues to react to the Orlando shooting, the Supreme Court and Congress are equally taking action over the 2nd Amendment and gun restriction. The question is how far does the 2nd Amendment go in protecting the constitutional Rights of Americans?
Given the push, immediately in the aftermath of a mass shooting and/or terrorist attack, to demand action, it would appear that an emotional response (of whichever extreme) is likely. Concurrently, the likelihood of such sudden action being inadequate to resolve the root problem remains high.