There are sede priests in the SSPX right now - and laymen, too.
Well, you can't agree theologically with the SSPX's "official position" and be a sede. However, that doesn't mean you can't still go to them for the sacraments and Mass as a sede, many do, the most notable perhaps being John Lane.
You may have gone "deeper", but into what uncharted seas I know not.
You still do not even understand some of the most basic ideas of the sedevacantist position - which you insist upon erroneously calling a "doctrine" - which is prerequisite number one when refuting an idea.
Gv, may I ask you if believing sedevacantism is a prerequisite for being Catholic.
Even if you may not, you have, so what the heck!
No, it is not, but I do think said conclusion flows from certain truths of the Faith - or I would not believe as I do.
The sspx allows sedes so long as they do not publicly preach their sedevacantism.
In good form. Another great dodge ! (...like a slippery trout).
Then again the said conclusion could be flowing your own erroneous reasoning, right? And isn't it more likely so when it is neither a prerequisite for being Catholic nor a position held by most traditional Catholics.
Are Sedevacantists , in your opinion, outside the Church?
Not me; the Church is saying that I only follow because that is the Catholic Faith.
So then the sede priests in the SSPX are outside the Church?