But wouldn't the Indult also hold this by definition? The same position as Schneider?
TBH I might be the odd man out here, but I support both Schneider and Vigano personally. I try not to be a perfectionist about these things when it comes to the few bishops who are actually trying, even if they may be wrong. I also won't pretend to know with 100% certainty who exactly is right on the nuanced and detailed theological questions.
What I do know though, with absolute certainty, is that that which is being sold by Francis and the vast majority of the hierarchy is not right
Schneider says V2 needs to be tweaked and therefore it can be saved.
Vigano says it is incompatible with the preconciliar magisterium, and needs to be jettisoned in toto.
So to back both on V2 would be schizophrenic, since they hold mutually exclusive and contradictory positions.
As regards the indult position, therefore, in such measure as the likes of Matt, Moynihan, Marshall, McCall, et al back Vigano, they necessarily oppose the position of Schneider.
Which is another way of saying that which has already been said:
Vigano is like a tugboat dragging the indult world into a more substantial and doctrinal traditionalism (while waiving to the SSPX ship as it passes, heading in the other direction).