The criticisms some have made of Vigano in this thread are reasonable, but not disturbing to those like me who have tracked his trajectory into tradition since 2018.
Just in that span of three years, Vigano has:
1) Acknowledged and explained (and apologized for) his fault for not rejecting the conciliar ʀɛʋօʟutιօn decades ago;
2) Laid the blame at the conciliar and post-conciliar documents themselves (which he says contain not mere ambiguities, but actual doctrinal errors);
3) Acknowledged the righteousness of Lefebvre and his apostolate;
4) Rejected the conciliar church (calling it a counterfeit church);
5) Questioned whether Vatican II is even a bona fide ecumenical council;
6) Left the door open to the possibility that Francis is not a true pope;
7) Encouraged everyone to abandon the new Mass and new Mass clergy;
8) Made contact with Bishop Williamson and the Resistance;
9) Advised faithful to stay home on Sunday if the Mass they would attend does not sanctify Sunday.
His list of blunders pales in comparison:
1) An ill-advised telespeech at the Jehrico march.
As regards his leaving the door open a crack to attend a pius new Mass (if no traditional Mass is available), I will bet one year from now, that same crack will be half as wide, and will end up only remaining open for those in grave necessity (eg., Archbishop Lefebvre’s famous “cσncєnтrαтισn cαмρ” exception).
To me, this man is a gift from God to strengthen wavering souls.
As for those who criticize him for “not doing anything,” you are blind. Teaching the faith is the most important and most needed thing right now, and I believe God has awoken him to fulfill that roll.