One of two things happened in Fresno today.
If you are a "conservative," then Fresno, California and the surrounding five counties became, canonically, part of the southernest bit of South America.
If you are not a "conservative" (for example, if you are a mainstream conservative - see below my explanation about the quotation marks), then the Episcopal Bishop of San Joaquin has abandoned the ministry of the Episcopal Church, taking a majority of the diocesan clergy and some not insignificant number of lay people of the diocese with him.
I'm a bit of a geographical fundamentalist. Fresno, California and the surrounding five counties are in (oddly enough) in California. They are manifestly not in Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay or Peru.
Therefore, I believe the second option.
Some "conservatives" will view today's events as a victory.
I fail to see how any authentic Christian - even an authentically conservative Christian - can view them as anything but a tragedy.