Micah accuses these kings and prophets of evil and injustice.
In recognition of these accusations that come against them from the Lord, Micah is able to announce the difficulty (Micah 1:8-16) of these accusations because he mourns for God's people. In the book "Gilead," Marilynne Robinson stated quite clearly; "The prophets love the people they chastise."
It is out of Love that Micah presents a case against these false prophets because they stopped speaking words from the Lord and used God's presence as a safety net for trouble and judgement; saying "no harm can come to us, for the Lord is here among us."
Micah stands in a long line of prophets that remind us that grace, mercy, and forgiveness are offered in response to the law that convicts us of our sin, wrongdoing, and offenses.
Micah has not yet revealed his hand on God's new plan but it is coming. Right now we hear God's judgement.
How uncomfortable are you in hearing words that may confront your way of life? the direction you are headed? the choices you make?
Yeah, me neither. Yet this is God's pronouncement of correction, so that we might repent and believe in something greater.