The resistance should now be called "Father Pfeifer and company"..... this is no longer a movement against the SSPX but a small group of priests, without a bishop, who are independent.
Sure, you can say that the spirit of the Archbishop lives on, and I'm sure that's true but these priests now simply join the ranks of every other priest that has left the society and is now independent. For instance, take a look the original 9 that were asked to leave which are now independent as well, all feel as if they have the "true spirit". Weren't they the first "resistance"?
In fact, the majority of traditional catholic priests today were once part of the SSPX.... I think one would have to admit that they saw problems and "resisted" by leaving and going independent.
The group that Father Pfeifer started was a movement which claimed to have the truth of Archbishop and rivaled the SSPX. This group was gaining momentum until they decided to turn on Bishop Williamson and others. As a result, this independent group has no bishop and no way to provide the sacrament of Confirmation nor can it grow by ordaining more priests. If I had a son in the seminary in Boston, Kentucky right now, I would surely be concerned and want to know how he would eventually be ordained.
I reiterate my original stance that the "resistance movement" is dead by Father Pfiefer's actions.
A person can still attend Mass there but they will be attending a stand alone independent chapel with no organization very similar to the sedes in structure. The head of steam they once had is over and I don't see it coming back after the events of the past week.