Let's be objective here:
1. The "senior seminarian" with prior SSPX seminary experience, who was placed in charge of "seminary" operations and who Pablo agreed to follow, has now left for France to pursue his vocation there in a real seminary. Who will be in charge now? Pablo.
2. But how many days will Pablo be in charge? Well, Fr. Pfeiffer has decisively chosen "missions" over "seminary" (perhaps due to dwindling support, both numbers and income?). Just look for yourself: if you consult the recent InThisSign Mass listings, you can see that both priests are now gone from Friday through Monday.
3. The fact of Pablo being bad news for the "seminary" is obvious to anyone with an objective eye on the situation. As the first (of many) piece of evidence I would produce the fact that Fr. Voigt (and possibly one other priest) might still be working with Fr. Pfeiffer today, if it weren't for Pablo. When I criticize Pablo, I limit myself to his own writings and videos, and admitted behaviors. (NOT any of the rumors and reports of darker activities.)
By simply adding 2+2, we can conclude "4".
Whatever steps they were taking at the beginning of the school year (remember Martin's "30 days" blog?), and whatever progress they were making, has been completely rolled back. They've fallen off the wagon.
So much for that "seminary". Put a fork in it; it's done. Every man with a horse is fleeing.