“@chrislhayes: I'm looking at what appears to be a dead body in the middle of Chambers” You're a professional. Pls don't tweet w no context—
Michael Bonfiglio (@mbonfiglio2000) August 18, 2014
That couldn’t have happened, could it have? Oh, yes. It did.
Good Lord, man (term used loosely). What in the hell is wrong with you?
Hayes provided no context for that tweet whatsoever. In fact, a previous tweet served only to inflame further:
There was a traffic accident in Ferguson Sunday night, but it is unclear if he was referring to that.
His irresponsible and inflammatory tweet was retweeted over 4,500 times. Dangerously fanning the flames, Hayes? Achieved.
Hope you are proud of yourself, Hayes.
Other Twitter users swiftly and rightly called out Hayes for his dangerous irresponsibility.
And an exit suggestion for Mr. Hayes:
But that wouldn’t fan the flames and push a narrative that the media wants now, would it?
Despicable, Mr. Hayes. We’d say you should be ashamed, but it’s already quite clear that you have no shame. Nor any professional ethics or integrity. Case in point:
What an atrocity he is.