Even if this Pope packs and leaves this afternoon, trads face an endless procession of his heretic quotes being shoved in faces for hundreds of years.
While I sympathize with your concerns, crossbro, it seems to me there is a way out of this mess if God allows a restoration to take place, for then the simple consequence could be that the Church could like "draw a line" through everything from 1960 (for example) up to the present (whenever that is, in the future), and that would be our answer. We would say something like, "You're taking your quote from the black age, and all those things are condemned now," or some such words. It would be quite simple, it seems to me.
(Although in all the details, it might not be so simple, for the longer this nonsense is allowed to perpetrate, the more voluminous the work of purging the errors, for all the so-called canonized saints will have to be reviewed one-by-one, etc.)
The logical extension of this is, that were such a restoration to take place, and then in the future, the Church would again sink into corruption as it has post Vat.II, it would be as St. Thomas describes in his Summa
(II-II Q.11 Art.4):
"On the contrary,
The Decretal ... says that those who are found to have relapsed into the error which they had already abjured, must be left to the secular tribunal.
Therefore, they should not be received by the Church... But when they fall again, after having been received [that is, the FIRST time], this seems to prove them to be inconstant in faith, wherefore when they return again, they are admitted to Penance, but are not delivered from the pain of death."