That pretty much describes most of the loud-mouths on social media and the real media on the Mike Brown mess in St. Louis, along with the so-called witness (otherwise known as a co-conspirator), city spokesmen, governor of Missouri and PD officials, not to mention the solider wannabes who harrassed the media.
And of course the president, who has no business saying much other than 'everyone please let justice take its course and refrain from violence'. But he just couldn't stop at that, he had to plow forward and lecture everyone on both sides, per usual. He did everything but tell Bill O'Reilly whether there were any smidgens of corruption involved.
In the midst of all the chaos, Jack Cashill provides some badly needed context.
This is the kind of 'never let a crisis go to waste' piece that can transcend the Ferguson facts, be they for or against the police officer. Against a backdrop of Obama redistribution initiatives, it may work pretty well as a Democrat theme for the mid-terms to get out the needed vote.