Let me explain what this is all about. I'll use shorter words.
|Michael Voris. The bad hair doesn't bother me;|
what bothers me is what's underneath.
Michael Voris is not content (as Shea points out) with
denouncing the errors and gutless cowardice of such menaces as Fr. Father Robert Barron and such dangerous men as Karl Keating, Jimmy Akin, Al Kresta and similar wolves in sheep’s clothing
... he now gives exposure to folks who believe that modern science is all wrong and who believe that the Jews are a menace to society.
Let us learn a few things here.
As I point out in Mark's comment box ...
The fact is that Voris has been fueling the fires of schism, fanning the flames of the irrational, and feeding the furnace of wrath for years now. His engine keeps chugging along, but the track leads nowhere.
But that can be hard to see, even now when Voris goes all in to play to the small but intense demographic of extremists who support him. Even something as insane and unbalanced as geocentrism and antisemitism can be made to "go down smooth."
You see, in the internet age, it's very easy for crackpots to sound normal.
For instance, the first comment on Voris' video of the interview in question is from some yokel who ignores the evidence and flatly asserts that the Big Bang is an anti-Christian Pagan myth grafted onto science. This appears in black and white right along side everything else. It's on the internet so it must be true. It's an example of an uninformed mind waving the banner of his ignorance. (But then, so is Michael Voris.)
A generation ago, such a comment would have been filtered out from the Letters to the Editor section of your local paper, to spare the writer embarrassment if nothing else. But now such things gain a kind of currency. When the same machine (your laptop) tells you with the same electronic glow that Christ died for our sins and that the universe physically revolves around the Earth; that science is right about the winter storm approaching but wrong about the evidence that indicates the Big Bang (a theory first suggested by a Jesuit priest, incidentally); that your friends are all on Facebook and that male enhancement pills really work - it's difficult to stay sane. Even television feeds us mostly lies. The internet is worse because the internet has no filter. Truth and falsehood come at us from all directions - the simple and the mundane get mixed in with the bizarre, the insane and the horribly angry and dangerous.
Voris' whole technique is indeed a dead end, a one way track. The Vortex creates a low pressure system that sucks everything into its vacant and vapid path. An irrational anger that responds even to legitimate grievances, if indulged and cultivated, is toxic. It leads to geocentrism, Jew hating and paranoia. It leads to hell on earth.
(NB: Voris and his followers will issue the denial, "This is just an exposure of ideas, not an endorsement!" Don't buy that for a second. This vortex is simply a death spiral.)