sure. i just picked on that comment by @birmingy not for defending Shaykh Asrar, but because of the teaser. no point hinting to some major kalam error by Asrar Rashid or anyone else, and not saying what that error is. as mentioned previously too, the other thing birmingy inadvertently displayed was this 'processing time' to expose people's errors in these kind of situations where people are rightly or wrongly exposed as sulah kulli or tafzili or wahabi etc. to be fair, even tahir's many wrong actions were exposed and fatwa-ed late by Sunnis. if the delay is organic and due to natural issues of ulama being busy, or the error becoming viral only after x number of months/yrs, or one scholar unable to reach another for clarification etc., then that's understandable, but as far as i'm concerned, if someone hides those real or perceived errors as bargaining/blackmailing chips to use later, then they are exactly as wrong as the person whose errors they've noted down in their journals only to bargain or blackmail them later by it or to expose them on a later date. the only other people who pull such stunts are politicians.