Putting all responsibilities on and blames the leader for everything related to him/her.
Possibly Logical Fallacies + Audience Reaction.
First rule of management: Everything is your fault.
-Hopper, A Bug's LifeA common Logical Fallacies, which consists of blaming the leader of something for every wrongness at that. It's just like blaming Fast Eddie, the webmaster for every Natter and mistakes on This Very Wiki. Even though it's a fallacy, it's very common in the armed forces of many countries, where the ranking member of a unit can be held accountable for some failure or another. It's fairly common for a base commander to be relieved of their responsibilities after a particularly embarassing screw-up or failed inspection, even if the failure happened well below their level in the chain, because as commander, they are responsible for everyone who works for them, and their conduct. When Follow the Leader occurs, this would make you blame the leader for all those imitators/copies that appeared, or become Seinfeld Is Unfunny. Compare Scapegoat Creator. Related to The Chains of Commanding. No Real Life Examples, Please! - lots of politics consists of this. Which shouldn't be discussed at here.
"The three of us are so consistently and staggeringly irresponsible that it's utterly unreasonable to expect us to have been paying any attention in the first place."