It seems that they are motivated enough by allegations involving a case which, if true, had nothing to do with the Oratory or Cardinal Burke, as the alleged perpetrator was not assigned to St. Francis de Sales parish during the alleged incidents and the alleged abuse took place before Cardinal Burke became Archbishop.
Ironically enough, the alleged abuse, if true, did take place while the priest was assigned to the "progressive" parish of St. Cronan. But I doubt the good folks at SNAP have any intention of causing a fuss there. Too many friends.
If you were wavering about whether to attend the Solemn Eucharistic Exposition and Benediction tonight at 5 pm, please consider going to support our beloved Archbishop-Emeritus.