Is there a specific name for rhetoric that follows this general form?
'Anyone that _____, (is a, must be, etc.) _______.'
I seem to recall that the above was a specific type of rhetoric pointed out in a freshman writing course. However, I am not certain of its name, and I am having trouble searching Google for this question. If it is considered a type (class, kind, etc.) of rhetoric, I am most interested to know the specific name for this form of rhetoric.
Note: For discussion purposes, it may be helpful to break this down into two part:
Phrase A: 'Anyone that _____,'
Phrase B: '(is a, must be, etc.) _______.'
1) I call this a form of rhetoric because phrase B contains a derogatory comment intended to shame a person into agreeing with the statement. (I should have been clearer on that.)
2) There is no prefacing statement about a superclass of person, place or things in which deduction can be performed on phrase A to arrive at phrase B.