So Bishop John-David Schofield has led most of his flock down the road and out the door. He made his brief for doing so in his address to the Diocesan Convention. It is an amazing collection of statements with dangling (sometimes tantalizing) questions. Here is an example:
He stated: "Following the historic meeting in Chantilly,(Virginia in 2006) the Primates of the Global South insisted that Bishop Duncan be included in the larger meeting of all the Primates at Dar es Salaam where directives were given to protect orthodox believers within the Episcopal Church."
This makes it appear that Bishop Duncan was included in the larger meeting. He wasn't. He was included in a session specifically arranged as a hearing, not in the regular sessions when the Primates met.
If it were worth it there are other nuggets of bent logic to pursue. I'm not sure it is except to say the whole brief is shot through and through with less than truthful statements.