I was insinuating these were myths in the “media”. I thought that was pretty clear? I mean I pretty much said that?
" This movement is shedding light on shady/illegal practices that have been ignored for to long and forcing change."
“All of these were “myths” and not discussed in media up until about 3 months ago. It took a CNBC reporter to accidently say naked shorts on air before they would even mention it.”
Myths is even in quotations and you still take it literally?
Now everyone is talking about it, even Gensler is talking about in interviews on CNBC. Enough people know about it now and are being loud enough for it to be all over financial media and to enact change in policies. That doesn’t happen without these Reddit “detectives” ;). They have absolutely made it more mainstream to discuss it and it’s absolutely helping drive change. What ever the previously plenty of coverage you are referring to did not.
Funny enough there is update in the Wiki about the Naked Shorts comment on CNBC in your link.
IMO Wallstreet pissed off the internet. The internet usually wins these fights but this is a big one. It’s very interesting and entertaining if nothing else, i’m even making a little money.