"Most people are not bad. Oh, they do bad things sometimes, and we all have a little badness in us, but very few people are unspeakably evil, and most of the bad things they do seem perfectly reasonable to them at the time. Perhaps they’re bored, or selfish, or greedy, but, for the most part, they don’t actually want to hurt anyone when they do bad things. They just want to make their own lives a little easier."
In light of what’s going on in Ferguson right now, and some of the news coverage that’s generated in its wake:
Riffing off an article by Gawker columnist Cord Jefferson, Jefferson and MSNBC host Chris Hayes satirized the right’s concern with “black on black violence,” rolling footage of a recent “surf riot” from Huntington Beach and asking when “the white community would gets its act together.”