Well, you're such a think-skinned snowflake!
The electrical grid, at least in the US, is not capable of sustaining charging the hypothetical 90% of the domestic fleet converted to EV. Not only generation is an issue, but the transmission, both the long-distance and the local distribution too are already straining under the load.
Regarding the public charging station ubiquitousness, you must live in a special place. At my job at a very large, tech-oriented company in the heart of Silicon Valley, there are no more than 8-10 stations per 100 parking spots, so, if you want to charge your EV while at work, you have to spend quite a lot of time looking for an available station - not very convenient.
Again, the thread was about the many people who don't own a SFH with a private garage and don't live in your city with the abundance of public charging stations. You just got carried away, without trying to understand other people's situation.