Below is the introductory paragraph of Chapp's blog post about Voris, including the imbecile quote:
At long last I turn my attention to the more-Catholic-than-thou pit bull of Detroit, Michael Voris. Voris is the brains (sic) behind the media sensation known as “ChurchMilitant” and has posted a series of YouTube videos called “The Vortex” wherein, in his own words, “lies and falsehoods are trapped and exposed.” He intones these words while twirling his pencil around in the air, like a makeshift wand, which acts as a fair warning that what is about to come will generate as much destructive wind as a broken fan. His style is angry and pugnacious, with an in-your-face, rapid fire delivery that gives off an air of smug, know-it-all, condescension toward his absent targets. Frankly, as I hope to show, he is an imbecile. If you find that harsh I really don’t care, because he is a bully who deserves to be treated like one. Nor do I care that he occasionally does a good job of reporting on the ongoing sexual abuse crisis in the Church because there are lots of good people doing the same thing whose credibility far surpasses Voris’s and, to be blunt, he gives those of us who care about such things a bad name. Jeffrey Epstein may have been good at throwing parties, but I wouldn’t want him as my daughter’s wedding planner.
I'm sure he's under no illusions about changing the world alone, John.
Our own Dr Phillips Martyr, who contributed a depressingly accurate summary of our situation in Aust. on the blog, Rod Dreher who gives Larry plenty of airtime on theamericanconservative.com and super impressive young bloke Zac Rippen who runs creedalcatholic.com are just three brothers in arms off the top of the blog. All of whom, via their tangible charity, have infinitely more cred than Virus and Taylor ever will.
Larry is orthodox, faithful, learned and, I think, wise and enjoys the support of a wide network of like-minded folk, just when taking into account hundreds of his ex-students, some of whom are good priests who remain in touch.
There is an interesting interview of Chapp by Rippen there which covers a lot of the ground, including a fleeting mention of MV, if the type stops you persevering.