scream loudest

scream loudest

To draw attention to a particular cause or problem, typically by overshadowing others. So we get to freeze in here while that department moves to a better office, just because they screamed loudest about the heat not working in this part of the building.
See also: loud, scream
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I, however, know that those who scream loudest and longest against middle-class radicals like Corbyn are of exactly the same ilk, and income, as the plotters and demonstrators against the Maduro regime in Venezuela.
By the way isn't it funny how the people who raged for years over the need for public services to be run like private ones, now scream loudest when they are?
These are the result of male-dominated societies--that's why they scream loudest about male homosexuality.
We mean all stakeholders, not just the ones who scream loudest.
Portable barricades, or "body bunkers," scream loudest for a laser.
What his murder has shown us is that those who scream loudest about racism prefer to ignore that because to them it is only different colour skins which matter.