Sounds like you cannot make a counterargument. If GOD would not allow evil choices, where is the free will? If people want to live according to the directions of GOD, choice has to be allowed for good and bad options. (I am guessing Ofc means-of course but please correct me if I am wrong)
Let us look at Isaiah 45:7 -
“I form the light and create darkness,
" I bring prosperity and create disaster;
" I, the Lord, do all these things.”
It says I form light… then create darkness. Two different words. Then it says I cause prosperity (well being), and create calamity (translated evil). By forming light, darkness became a possibility. Darkness exists because God formed light. Notice he didn’t form light and form darkness. He formed light. Darkness was created as a possibility because of that. He causes well being. CAUSES it. He is directly responsible for it. Because he caused well being, disaster (calamity) is a possibility. Evil exists as a possibility because God made something good.
As an interesting side note, the word ‘and create’ has a root for choice. Free-will makes that very possibility a reality. Darkness can exist because something can get in the way of light. Evil can exist because something can get in the way of good.
I told you above, there are only two people on this earth where I care about their opinions of me. Even if the majority of Catholics were to say support abortion through all nine-and-a-half months of pregnancy, I am still going to be vehemently opposed to the barbaric actions.
A larger percent of Catholics support gay marriage than those who opposed the unnatural act. Being gay is intrinsically disordered. A gay person is not only called to live a chaste life but their very thinking is fundamentally disconnected from the natural process of the world. Now this is a teaching of the Catholic Church and the majority of people in the Church disagree with the teaching. Do you think a teaching from the Bride of Christ, who is protected by Christ can be wrong? The people in the Church are fallible, but the Church cannot be wrong.
I am not sure what you are asking. For example, can a politician support gay unnatural "marriage while being Catholic in good standing? Is that where you are going?