TBH as a patrilineal Jew. I can't see orthodoxy rejecting patrilineals as anything but intolerant.
Just Orthodoxy, or all of the other denominations and groups which also maintain matrilineal descent only? That’s a rhetorical question, you made it very clear what you meant in your ask. ;-)
You may disagree with others. And you’d not be the first individual to reject the Oral Torah’s matrilineal descent. I do know full well how it feels to be rejected as a Jew — and trust me, patrilineals are much more widely accepted than Anusim. Neither Reform nor Recon. ever had my back, on the contrary. I don’t want to turn this into oppression olympics, just looking to put things into perspective… After all, it’s to this inbox that you sent this ask, knowing that an Orthodox Jew would be the one reading and answering it.
So, instead of going around bashing people, have you considered learning why is that that different Jews will believe and do different things? Why is there Jewish plurality? Because I would recommend you do that, just like I recommend everyone around me who says things about other groups which I think is/are inappropriate. Respect goes both ways.
To be quite honest, I’m tired of non-Orthodox Jews coming into our homes (physical and/or virtual), our synagogues, to say that we do is wrong, that we are just intolerant people… That’s not how you foster healthy dialogue.