While this may seem like an overly harsh statement, also realize the kind of mindset that so quickly adopts blame as a defensive posture for emotional/ego protection is exactly the same one that will put you in front of, otherwise avoidable, physical danger.Blame Action Loops It is not uncommon for people who engage in blaming behavior to also engage in selfish behavior.
Unfortunately, blame is like anger in that it dulls one sense of empathy.
Upon arriving at the red right (and despite the cross traffic), the person decides to cross any way.
This is a selfish decision (while there might be a legitimate reason to cross, most jaywalking really is based in impatience -- which could be any mix of the cocktail).
In that model if something doesn't work then the approach is to change strategy/evaluation. This loop takes on a different form in the blamer's reality.
This is partly because 'evaluation' is run through a couple of other filters.