How To Rip People Off and Make Millions With a Scam EV Startup
Look at you, you marvel of late stage capitalism, you. You’ve surveyed the financial landscape and seen billions and billions of dollars pour into the EV space in recent years, seen the TSLAs and APPLs and GMEs of the world rise and split and rise again, and you’ve decided you’re due a piece of the action. The fact that you have no idea how to build a car — or a car company — doesn’t bother you at all, either, because this isn’t about actually building cars, it’s about getting rich. Maybe even quick. Along the way, you might hurt some people. Heck — let’s be honest with each other: hurting people is part of the plan. And why should you feel bad about it? Buyer beware, caveat emptor, seize deez nuts, amirite?
Of course I’m right. Greed is good, Gordon. You and your crooked crew of cronies are going to get rich with your hot new EV startup scam, and this is how you’re going to do it.