Here is Michael Voris on the “Who am I to judge!” line from Pope Francis on the airplane.
He puts his foot wrong in calling Msgr. Ricca a bishop (he isn’t) but that doesn’t change the substance of what Voris has to say.
Voris raises the possibility that Francis could benefit from some sage advice by his handlers (in avoiding off-the-cuff comments).
I think that would depend on whether or not Pope intends to create a ruckus through these comments or not.
As I have ventured elsewhere, I said that were I advising Francis, I would show him lots of media reactions to his comments and then ask him, “Holy Father, is this what you want?” If he says, “Yes!”… well… then okay! We work with it. If he were to say, “No, not really.”, then we would have to work on it.