In an editorial published in today's edition of the Scranton Times-Tribune, radio personality Alex Jones is described as a "provocateur". You can find that editorial HERE (warning, paywall). The "provocateur" is in the news over his latest court loss. One of the many related story links posted is below.
As a side note, the Howard Stern Show has made some of the best parodies of the "provocateur". Here's a sample:
Anyway, in case my response to this editorial is removed, I've decided to capture it here. Now in fairness to the Scranton Times-Tribune, I've rarely, if ever, had a story comment taken down. Just in case though, and for the sheer joy of noting again just how horrible of a human being the "provocateur" really is, I've included my editorial comment below.
Yes, by all means, Mr. Gum Wad has a "right" to say what he wants. That includes, as horrid as it sounds, literally tormenting parents who had their LITTLE CHILDREN MURDERED. What he doesn't have though is the "right" to be from the consequences of his words. As a parent, I want this "provocateur" to have no wealth...and no peace...no shelter...until the day when he truly feels, if that's even possible for a wad of dirty gum stuck to the bottom of a shoe, a 10th of the horror experienced by these parents.