The norm in public discourse in America and the west more broadly is that if you dislike something a leader does, you publicly lambast them for it.
This is, of course, a fool’s errand (and democracy is supremely foolish). But as terrible as this is for civic discourse, the effects on discourse in the Church are even more harmful. The Pope (and the bishops generally) is a monarch, and this form of critique is anathema to the type of government which is proper to the Church. The problem with democracy, or democratized monarchies, is that lambasting authorities doesn’t build them, but rather just tears them down. Want to endlessly criticize everything the government does, you’ll get a weak-willed cowardly President. Want to be a hippie who hates the Church authorities? You’ll get a hippie Pope.
More fuel on the fire, is still not going to put it out.