If I had told you before this ownership group bought the team that (a) they would win 4 titles in 18 years, (b) the first title would be a Hollywood style thrill ride, with a 0-3 Comeback against the Hated Yankees, (c) by around year 18, the ownership group would be extremely unpopular with Sox fans and (d) the CEO while they won the first three titles would be reviled, I think you would have said that I was nuts and that what I posited was impossible or, at the least, highly unlikely.
My take is that the owners have done a lot of really great things and have made some recent moves that are difficult to swallow. And that they can be tone deaf at times. But in my view, the glass is always half full, and these guys have a LOT of equity built up with me. I always knew that the Curse nonsense was just that but at the same time, I saw relatives who were hard core Sox fans go to their grave before they saw the Red Sox win a title, and I wondered if that might happen to me, as well.
The same applies to Luchinno, in my opinion. Whatever bad stuff people attribute to him, a lot of really good things happened on his watch.
This does not mean, however, that I think individual decisions should not be criticized. The Mookie trade is very low hanging fruit for me, as is the "the CBT had nothing to do with it" canard. But I don't understand the level of hate or dislike for a group who has enjoyed such phenomenal overall success, especially in the context of decades of near misses and pain.