Like many golf forum discussions the post you reference has lots of opinions and little data:
Note that no part of Hogan's body crosses the yellow line to compensate for the movement of arms and torso away from the line. That means that it is impossible for him to have more weight on his lead foot at top of swing than there was at address and in fact it must be less. If you look at it from a force vs a weight perspective then the difference is even greater.
It is not a matter of how I see it; is is a matter of the data. Unless those that argue otherwise can present proper data showing that enough of Hogan's body moves closer to the target to not only counterbalance those parts moving further away but to shift the bias closer to the target then they have no basis for the claim that the majority of his weight was on his lead foot at top of swing. How 'knowledgable' they may or might not be if that 'knowledge' is not supported by the data then it is not.