I like Michael Voris a lot, except for the marked trend toward Pope-worship he's developed in the last couple of months. I recall with fondness the blistering tirade he delivered against the "Faith Shared" program, at which a Muslim Imam would have been given permission to read from the Koran at a Sunday Novus Ordo Mass. If I recall correctly, the local Ordinary found out about it and the plan was scrubbed.
But I also remember thinking, why doesn't he ever turn his ire toward the one man without whose example and permissiveness such problems would likely not have arisen in the first place, i.e. John Paul II? However, the minute he crossed that Rubicon, he would certainly experience such an assault from the Conciliar establishment that it would drive him and his media apparatus into fringe territory. I want Michael Voris to speak the whole truth, but I don't want him ending up as Dimond Brothers Lite. He'll come around eventually, when Providence affords him the opportunity to pull up the tares without ruining the wheat. At least I'm hoping so.