I hear what you are saying, and agree whole-heartedly. At the same time, much of the message can be corrupted by the delivery. In this case, a very powerful message about the power of deception and the devil was diminished by tail end about Jews and Masons.
Also, when a priest begins to speak out against his bishop, there is likely a detailed story. It is possible for a well-meaning priest to run afoul of a not-as-well-meaning bishop. It is also possible for a well-meaning priest to do a lousy job. I don’t know the details in this case.
Consider this possibility: 10 people from Spain are visiting the US and want to see a baseball game. They know very little, but are interested to learn. Would they want somebody to give a detailed history of the balk, followed by any number of statistics? Or, would somebody who explains the basics of game, allowing a curiosity to develop into a love? While both are important, they are more appropriate to different audiences.
In this case, I was overwhelmed by the ERA of 1987 Toledo Mud Hens’ relief pitcher.
Did you check out the references in the article regarding the priest being sent away from his parish?
(The Hidden Broad Road to Perdition; http://spir-food.blogspot.it/2015/05/road-perdition.html).