He sadly lacks both credibility and prudence if he's going anywhere near TradCatKnight.
I've been shocked to find that some TLM priests are unaware of how Internet viewers have lost faith in Eric Gajewski's site, and instead of becoming informed about the ostensible popularity of tradcatknight being in fact traceable to fake hit farm clicks, these priests are under the impression that tck really gets that many views.
Not only that, when I try to explain it to them they don't seem to be willing to believe me that what I'm telling them is reliable information, as if it's the claim that tck reports phony ratings
that's fake --- or else (I hope this is not the case) they really don't understand that anyone can purchase clicks for a price or how that concept works in the world of virtual reality.
Gajewski's ad-packed website is 100% understandable because of his business model --- you purchase fake hits and advertisers then get the impression lots of eyes are watching your site, then they're willing to pay you more for posting their ads on your website, so you make more money to buy more fake clicks. What's so hard to understand? Except that it's all a big LIE. And who would dare accuse a Traditional Catholic Apologist of lying? Is that all there is to that?