He's just lying when he's saying something 'will happen' and then it does not. These leaders have to be held accountable for the statements they make. Musk isn't necessarily explicitly lying, but he's constantly overpromising. With as often as his comments on timelines don't become reality, one can argue he's simply misleading investors because he should know better at this point than to be even close to precise on timing of things given his track record. if we can't hold leaders responsible for what they say will happen that does not, then consumers are never protected“Constant misrepresentation”? In other words, nonstop lying? Well that’s a bit over the top, isn’t it? A leader’s aspirational vision and goal setting off of that is not lying at worst nor naive at best. Savvy investors know what they’re buying.