^^^^There's another one of those moving/changing targets.
By representative, Meg meant what she asked, if not Ibranyi, then who is representative of the sedevacantist position?
All sedevacantists have different ideas about sedevacantism which vary from time to time and person to person - it seems to be only the underlying principle which all sedevacantists agree on, that principle being, the ability/necessity for his subjects to decide whether or not the pope is the pope.
I can't imagine Meg ever getting an answer so for me, I'd guess that Ibranyi is representative of those who hold the most extreme sedevacantist position, +Sanborn is at the opposite end of the scale, and the others are somewhere in the middle.
Since sedevacantists are Catholics; their head is Christ in Heaven, that is what the Church teaches, His representative His Vicar. The point being His Vicar is not Francis, we all agree on that point, which is the only point of the sedevacantist position worthy of discussion. Any other point is opinion and a consequence of having no pope for unity with dogmatic issues such as i.e. BOD or groups like (Holy Family et al).
Ibranyi is your hero, not ours, he is a Judas who wants his 30 pieces of silver in the form of a self-proclaimed prophet. Your the one who makes over him and watches his every move uses him as the devil makes use of Francis.
If there was a group with different ideas it is the conciliarist the only point they agree on is the sedevacantist are very small, not big enough for a threat but they certainly feel threatened and rightly so. Since Traditional Catholic in the true sense of the word; those who want nothing to do with the Modernists.
Just open a phone directory or check the Internet you will find a so-called "catholic" Conciliarist church for every type of Francis follower there is, from any type of gender confused catholic to divorced remarried, divorced again, and so, on. Face the truth Stubborn your accusation against those who remain steadfast is a description of any Francis follower out there.
You, on the other hand, want your cake and eat it too, as the saying goes. You have no absolutes, just as the conciliarists have no absolutes.