The New York Times columnist David Brooks writes:
Over the past four years we've poured out an hourly flow of anti-Trump diatribes and in almost every case they rise to the top of the charts — most liked, most retweeted, most read.
Even when justified, permanent indignation is not a healthy emotional state. We've become a little addicted to our own umbrage, addicted to that easy feeling of moral superiority, addicted to the easy affirmation bath we get when we repeat what we all believe. Trump-bashing has become a business model.
I guess the "we" there is Brooks and his readers? Brooks and his Times colleagues? Anyway, a good two paragraphs there.