May they rot in hell
People who are intentionally over buying for the purpose of reselling at gouging level prices deserve to be hunted down.
That said, a lot of people are just really scared and grasping at what they can control in a situation they have no control over. I feel sorry for these folks but can't bring myself to vilify them.
I have a friend/coworker with two young kids, one of whom has an immuno-compromised condition. Obviously he worries a lot about his kids and what happens if he got infected and died. When talking to him last week he said, and I quote, "I know I shouldn't go out and buy a lot of stuff that I probably won't ever need but I'm so worried about my folks and my kids that I still went to Sam's and spent about $1000. I couldn't stop myself." He was embarrassed but still very worried. He'll eventually use everything he brought home. He would never gouge any one if they needed something. He's just scared.
I tend to respond to people with quips like "I've had a good life", "I worth more dead than alive when you look at the insurance" and "burn brightly, die young", but I do understand that people do unexpected things when they get scared enough. Most people will feel enough shame when the fear passes they don't need me to tell them what was wrong with what they did.
I'm glad everyone on this board it doing okay. I pray you have what you need. I trust you have people willing to help if you need it. We all have to support each other or what good is any of it.
Hunker down, stay safe, help where you can.