I will debate his statements below this video, justly, fairly and without prejudice or malice, and I do have a fair case to make before the people.
He starts off by saying that faithful Catholics should not have anything to do with this, that is fine if it is limited to secularists and liberal media. Where he makes a mistake and misleads, is that he did not specifically point out and express specifically, the liberal media, not just a generalization of media in general terms
There are many legitimate Catholic news press, TV, internet, radio etc. that has legitimate issues and concerns with this apostate pope and his heresies that he committed as bishop and cardinal. Michael Voris mentions absolutely nothing about that, especially his infamous Pinocchio Mass, loaded with bizarre characters, rock music and a false crucifix.
Michael also says that the media needs to shut up in violation of First Amendment rights, which would muzzle good honest truthful media as well as the dishonest liberal media. I wish to make something emphatically clear, when I am critical of this Pope and I call him an apostate pope it is NOT a condemnation of him. I do not condemn him! I am simply bringing out facts as it is my Catholic duty to do. Jesus Himself wants us to do that as it is in scripture as well as Catholic Canon Law. So when I am critical of this Pope I am merely doing my duty as a Catholic to bring it to light.
Michael talks liberal doublespeak when he states "They are products of their times and their cultures" etc. etc. That statement alone is liberal to its core. Then he tries to hint that somehow being critical of this pope will undermine the Catholic faith. Michael that is baloney and you know it! You yourself have been critical of certain cardinals and bishops, when you did that were you "undermining" the Catholic faith when you did it? The Catholic faith can easily withstand critique of its popes. You see Michael what you fail to understand is Jesus built this ministry... Jesus built this faith, and at the time it was not called "Catholic" nor were its followers called Christians until much later.
Mr. Voris then says the pope cannot preach error, in a certain context that true but a pope can commit acts of heresy, a pope can sin a pope can lead others to sin. A pope can also by his behavior can cause scandal for the Catholic faith, and yes Catholic laity and clergy should bring this to light. Michael then misleads by generalizing again by saying "the media can be a tool for the diabolical" though its subtle it leads one to believe all media and any just criticism of this pope is diabolical which is simply not truthful and honest. Popes are human and flawed and as such subject to temptation and when we see someone, anyone, be they clergy or laity we correct them, not judge but correct. The Holy Spirit does not just work with the clergy but lay people as well. God may very well use a lowly common person to rebuke or correct priest, bishop or pope that has become arrogant, boastful, proud and vain. God does work in mysterious ways His wonders to perform.