outrighteous; outrageous, self-righteous, indignation; contrived outrage that makes ‘fake haters’, sanctimonious hypocrits
outrighteous; to accuse and judge without corroborating evidence, a paroxysm of moral outrage from people not known for a pietistic lifestyle themselves; absence of a hater’s sincerity
"If you describe someone as self-righteous, you disapprove of them because they are convinced that they are right in their beliefs, attitudes, and behavior and that other people are wrong".
"To hear Democrats react to the Trump accusations of impropriety (that are unproven and specifically denied) is just ‘outrighteous’; enough to gag a maggot.
“There is no defense of Trump’s vile, vicious, even vulgar comments but for Democrats and RINOs to weep, whimper, and whine about his statements is like a skunk accusing a rabbit of having bad breath.
Trump-haters prefer to focus on his, shall I say, unusual personality, rather than results
outrageous + righteous