I believe you’re accurate in regards to casting doubt. Some choose to play the game of manipulating others.
A wise man who I greatly respect once told me that some have more resources than others, but no one has more time.
We must ask ourselves why would someone waste time and invest in a company with a CEO they apparently don’t trust, and why would you ever waste time posting questions to a CEO you don’t trust. Unless of course your motives are counterintuitive. The markets offer daily opportunities, more than any one person would have the time to dig through. Some choose to find great companies, ask the CEO questions they know he cannot answer and then twist the response, in an attempt to cast doubt in the minds of those who may be new or less informed.
We must ask ourselves which scenario in more plausible.