Last I knew, Renault doesn't sell cars in the US. Don't know the laws in the other countries based on consumer rights where Renaults are sold, but I am sure US manufacturers have dreamed up this scenario and had to reconsider.
You need to know a little bit about the story before you start going into a balls-out rage. The journalist wrote a bad review of the Tesla model about performance. Tesla fired back that the collected data contradicted how the journalist described his route. So if anything the journalist is "anti-electric car." All three of your points either were never inferred in this article nor are relevant to the topic.
Isn't it the burden of the network to show irreparable harm to the court? If they failed to show this or to convince the court of such harm then Mike has no reason to defend against your petty argument, whereas, the mighty law (of whom you are such a strong believer) has already determined there is none.
I would like to see this fool forced to speak at a townhall meeting where a lot of senators and reps have been getting heat from the people. Of course, you can't blame these unelected bureaucrats, all they have to do is (maybe) be dragged before a committee (circus sideshow) and dodge the truth. Otherwise they are shielded and unaccountable to 'we the people' and we don't know which of our reps to punish. If Hayden had to get up and give his speech at a townhall I could see him getting tarred, feathered, and carried out on a rail.
He could have cancelled it over Putin's recent homophobic remarks or Russia's latest focus on censoring the internet or putting activists in jail or any number of other things that generally should offend American sensibilities.