I think, at one point, RMS was a wackjob, had interesting politics, and someone who produced useful technology. One looked first at his technology (Emacs significantly, the gnu toolset, etc), then at his politics, and didn't dig much deeper.
It is easy to like someone you don't really know.
On a personal basis, RMS stopped producing technology decades ago. And GNU/FSF is only a shadow of its ones productive self, at least WRT other groups and companies producing free software.
Politically, OSS has subverted much of the "freedom" goals, and OSS if not "free" software is fairly common these days. The war isn't won, but many battles have been. There is a big choir these days, and RMS talks, declarations, and decrees are generally targeted at the now overwhelmed choir.
So there really isn't anything else, nothing new, from RMS, except for the wackjob part.