It teases and goads the wealthy to be fair rather than excoriate them for being rich.
“Lisa Miller continually uses her column to excoriate faith,” says Cupp.
That opened a new opportunity for bloggers to excoriate both Duncan and his staff.
excoriate ex·co·ri·ate (ĭk-skôr'ē-āt')
v. ex·co·ri·at·ed, ex·co·ri·at·ing, ex·co·ri·ates
To scratch or otherwise abrade the skin by physical means.