Questions over whether the San Bernardino massacre suspects were radicalized are legitimate, but people should not rush to link them to terrorism, Rep. Jim Himes told CNBC on Friday
In an interview "Squawk Box," Himes said recent media reports are largely consistent with briefings he has received as a member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.
"There are still an awful lot of questions. There are some legitimate questions about radicalization here. Those questions haven't been answered. It's still not time to jump to conclusions," said Himes, D-Conn.
"What is ridiculous is saying that something is terrorism before all facts are in," he added. "Nobody who is responsible should start ginning people up on terrorism until all the facts are in."