2) You underestimate the power of +Vigano's writing. He's emboldening more and more of the conservative Conciliar fence-sitters who used to hold their tongue out of misplaced "respect" for the Conciliar hierarchy, to start criticizing and attacking Bergoglio and to waking up about the true nature of the Crisis (not just a misinterpretation of Vatican II with their go-to "hermeneutic of continuity"). That "hermeneutic of continuity" was always what these types hid behind to apologize for V2.
The pen is mightier than the sword, and Vigano’s in particular.
Men were ill-disposed to listen to Lefebvre, unable to get past the censure and canonical issues, but Vigano does not carry that baggage (yet). Bergoglio screwed up in that regard.
Consequently, as Lad says, he’s able to reach neoconservatives where Lefebvre couldn’t, and is presently the only man capable of uniting resistance against DeepChurch at the present time (and the first since early Lefebvre to do it since the council).
Eventually, with enough exposure to Vigano, doctrine will regain/retake supremacy over canonical considerations amidst this protracted state of necessity, and if that happens neocons become traditionalists in droves, threatening the very foundations of conciliarism.
All the Resistance loves him.
Almost all the sedes do too.
And I suspect there are a good number of Nicodemus’s in the SSPX and indult orbits as well (who, because of their desire for unity with conciliar Rome lack the courage to say so).