Massive Assault of Content, as a verbal attack.
Noun/verb, depending on usage.
To attack one verbally with a massive assault of content that is impossibly detailed and long, with little to no provocation initiating the attack and a varying degree of relation to the initial prompt, if any. The attack will range from rambling to erudite, depending on conditions. It finds its origins in Olde English, of the carpet-bagger era, which was a system of puppet-government set up to govern colonies in the late nineteenth century. Nearly identical to at least 2 definitions of the term Matt Damon