From what I've heard, the CMRI spends less time addressing "Church politics" from the pulpit as they do on how to live a holy life as a Catholic. I admire this since I often disagree with what I've heard from SSPX priests or other independent clergy concerning the current crisis in the Church.
I attend a CMRI Mass twice monthly, and this sums it up quite nicely. They are good and holy priests that care more for the salvation of souls than arguing politics - at least from the pulpit.
Some of the older CMRI priests were formerly involved with the ORCM back in the 1970s. I can personally attest that those priests cared more for spirituality than politics, so you are right.
"This guilt seems more enormous in us than in the Jews, since according to the testimony of [St. Paul]: If they had known it, they would never have crucified the Lord of glory;"(1 Cor 2:8), while we, on the contrary, professing to know Him, yet denying Him by our actions, seem in some sort to lay violent hands on Him." (Catechism of the Council of Trent, Article IV, Part II).
How odd of God to choose the Jews. Odder still, are those who choose the Jewish God, yet hate the Jews.