I only read the OP and the last post, and am responding to those:
1) When Fr. Boyle was pastor at my SSPX chapel, Fr. Portugal was often the one who came to say Mass when Fr. Boyle had (or chose?) to be away.
2) This was on at least three occasions, and on each of those occasions, Fr. Portugal had something to say against the Resistance (explicitly and/or implicitly).
3) It made me wonder whether Fr. Boyle was ordered away (or chose to be away), just so Fr. Portugal could come in and give an anti-Resistance sermon, or, if Fr. Portugal is simply a loather of the Resistance, and we were at the top of his mind.
4) On a couple occasions, Fr. Portugal (who knew me from my visit to St. Michael's School in England with Fr. Iscara during my summer apostolate 15 years prior), looked directly at me during the course of these sermons (No, it was not imagined; his gaze paused nowhere else in this fashion during these sermons).
We began to wonder whether he was being sent explicitly for the purpose of giving anti-Resistance sermons, which Fr. Boyle would be insulated from as pastor (i.e., it wasn't him; he was on "vacation").
The point being this:
Fr. Portugal is an open, public, and voluntary enemy of the Resistance, and that someone would suggest reporting on it as "back-biting" (when sermons are given to 400+ people on a Sunday?) is nonsense.
Whether Fr. Portugal really looks forward to the damnation of whichever among us shall be damned, I seriously doubt (despite his caustic exterior disposition).
But that he despises the Resistance, I have no doubt at all.