That's your opinion. I don't agree with that conclusion.Don't agree at all....one could easily read tone into Bonnie's comment...everyone brings their view points to public forums...but the clear trend on these forums, and some people's clear history, is to assume the worst of people when they post something negative about TM.
I agree it happens sometimes, and that it happens in both directions and that there is a distracting amount of time spent on it. It doesn't seem to help that some seem to often want to put people into groups -- i.e. push for "I see a conflict between A and B people" rather than focus on "I see a brewing mismatch that we should probably address at the content level".
Track record does matter for what you might call "reputation of the poster" (no I don't mean the green notches in the profile). Take a look at the OP's post history and you see a dominance of "Tesla did something horrible and they better address it immediately" tone repeated. If your posts are read by most as "OMG, what is he/she complaining about this time" it's natural that people will assume you have an agenda and/or probably should have given up on Tesla as "too young" long ago rather than (apparently) being constantly disappointed. I seem to remember "<username> is unhappy again" threads being born for this reason in the past.