By Jeff Dunetz
Parts of Ferguson, Mo. were destroyed on Monday night after D.A. Robert McCulloch read the grand jury results.
Pundits and politicians have been looking to place the blame for the violence.
Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) blamed politicians. MSNBC’s Melissa Harris Perry blamed Obama (and said he should be proud about it). A crowd of protesters in Seattle blamed the Jews (they lose points for lack of originality).
And CNN’s Don Lemon blamed bloggers:
Most of that outrage is coming from the Internet and social media. When you actually come here on the ground and the people who are actual protesters and who are upset, most of them peaceful.
They have a beef and they are being peaceful about it. And they aren’t the people who are out there causing the commotion every day. It is a lot of the times here bloggers and people who are trying to make a name for themselves.
Having spent at least seven or eight minutes tuned my thoughts upon this crucial topic and weighed each placement of blame by the politicians and pundits, I have reluctantly arrived at the conclusion that they are grossly mistaken in their rationale.
The violence in Ferguson cannot be blamed on the President since…