Since you asked, yes, I am for real. No, I am not defending this dreadful Pope. However, he -is- Pope as you said and he is -not- a schismatic. The truth exists independently of my personal like and dislikes, or yours, or anyone else's.
Long before you joined GTV, others made a similar error. Recognizing a Pope's claim to the Papacy or his status within The Church does not imply support for a Pope's policies or his beliefs.
An example from EU politics will highlight the distinction. Angela Merkel is Chancellor of Germany. I may dislike Angela Merkel's immigration policies, her communist background, and a great many things more besides. But that doesn't change the fact that Angela Merkel is, indeed, Chancellor of Germany.
Many Catholics, I'm sorry to say, seem to believe reality is subject to their whims... magical thinking whereby saying something instantly makes it true. On GTV, the popular examples you'll encounter are: "Pope Francis is... a.) an antipope b.) not validly elected. c.) not really pope d.) a heretic, e.) a schismatic f.) a sodomite". Technically, in spite of Pope Francis' many demonstrable failings, he none those things, however.
Factually correcting people with a delusional world-view tends to enrage them as reality often does. Ages ago, one truly dedicated user made a personal hobby out of defaming me on this point, "bearing false witness" in the biblical sense of the term, so much so, I was compelled to address the most popular of them point by point.Over a year ago
, I wrote, "I do not support Pope Francis. I don't like Pope Francis. I don't approve of Pope Francis. But Pope Francis is the Pope. I don't like that either. I have repeatedly explained this to KristianKeller. I've repeatedly explained this to many people here."
...many people, now including you. ;-)