Over the weekend National Review editor and Fox News contributor Rich Lowry made an appearance on NBC's Meet the Press to discuss the controversy in Ferguson. By telling the truth about the lesson learned from the killing of Michael Brown in self defense by Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson, he seemed to upset the panel.
"Let's not pretend this particular incident was something that it wasn't. If you look at the most credible evidence the lessons are really basic. Don’t rob a convenience store. Don’t fight with a policeman when he stops you and try to take his gun. And when he yells at you to stop with his gun drawn, just stop," Lowry said. "The physical evidence backs up Officer Wilson's version."
"Gasp," said Andrea Mitchell.
Pretty good advice. Now over to you, Bernie Goldberg.
"Michael Brown stole stuff from a convenience store that day and then roughed up the owner who was half his size. Michael Brown then thought he would get away with, according to the Grand Jury, with roughing up a cop. He brought about his own demise."