Ann is wrong.
First, Benedict XVI says he is not, he has renounced the papacy according to Canon Law. Until such a time he declares that he was wrong or felt forced out and has come to his senses, he is not the Pope. Should that day ever arise, it will be the greatest crisis in the Church in Her history.
Second, no matter what machinations happened behind the scenes, and no doubt, there were plenty, Jorge Bergoglio was elected and is the Bishop of Rome accepted by its priests and making him Supreme Pontiff.
Thirdly, it is not up to us. If he is an antipope only history can decide because only history can determine it.
He is not an antipope, he is the Pope and he has, and we have because of him, many, many problems.
Ann is wrong. Do not take the lazy way out.
Hilary White's column lays this out clearly. We are in big, big trouble friends and there is no easy way off the boat. In fact, getting off the boat is exactly not what we should be doing.
The LORD is asleep, it is our fault, where do we go?
We stay on the boat, we battle the storm, we do not lost faith and we stay with our Mother until He awakens; and when He does, I want to be in the boat working to keep her afloat because those who have done this will be cast overboard.