Yes, it's really too bad. As a "traditionalist" myself, I've encountered this hostile attitude firsthand. The worst display I've ever seen happened one Sunday morning (before the motu proprio was issued) when it was announced that a novus ordo had to be substituted for the indult mass because the regular priest couldn't make it. Some of those in attendance dashed out the door, a few actually swearing in front of our young kids! Embarrassing.
It's unfortunate that a relatively few loud but misguided people end up creating such a poor impression of tradition-loving Catholics.
How in the world can anyone who claims the name of Christ SWEAR in church because a tradition of man is violated?? I understand people grow comfortable with certain things, but that is a wicked thing to do.
I know. I prefer the older rite myself. Most traditional Catholics are fine, but there’s a handful of people there who are a little too tightly wrapped. I suppose that’s likely to be true in anything that’s a little unusual and attracts people who might be a little different themselves.
If the SSPX ever gets integrated into the Church, I think it will help because then the traditional rite folks will feel part of a larger group and perhaps not be so suspicious and hostile.