what does "didn't look goofy felt goofy"mean?
In Colonel McNally's words, "The cops were running around with goofy looks"— McNally believed that "if this had been a concerted affair, the conspirators could have had the plane and everything." Those who didn't look goofy felt goofy. Jim Swindal, for example, had greeted Johnson at the foot of the ramp with a snappy salute. From the. fence he gave every appearance of knowledgeability. In fact, Colonel Swindal, like Colonel McNally and Sergeant Ayres, knew far less than Americans in distant parts of the country whose access to the nearest television set wasn't blocked by a President, and who were, therefore, privy to die confidences of Cronkite and David Brinkley.】
In "didn't look goofy felt goofy"mean? does it mean"they feel themselves goofy?" or "others feel them goofy?"