While the questions is a bit pointed, and without debating the facts, we Lutherans are hopefully good at separating Luther’s good points from his many dubious points. We make no special claims about Martin Luther, only that he had a few good ideas on a few issues.
Our churches are called “Lutheran” out of tradition, but we don’t follow Luther as a man - we follow God, tradition, scripture, our confession, and our creeds.
Frankly, in my opinion, a proper Lutheran church should be very close to a Catholic church.
After you have become comfortable and secure in your Catholic faith, you may want to attend an early Mass and then see what a Lutheran service is like - especially a LC-MS or WELS. Remember, don’t commune. But - you’ll come away with a good appreciation of your own Mass and perhaps understand that we Lutherans are at least trying to do God’s will.