I could but then I'd be just as guilty of wooly-headed thinking as you. I'm sorry but that's not the way it works. You're speculating. We're all speculating. Some of us have the good sense not to proclaim our hopes & wishes as if they were the God's honest truth. Others, not so much. While you believe he's still diligently slaving away in some workshop in a foreign country, he has demonstrated that he could also be sitting in the forests of Oregon, climbing a mountain in Africa or schmoozing new backers in Europe - all of which he has claimed to do or be planning. I don't know which is the case - I expect he's probably being disappointed by his suppliers in China or Thailand, but he might also be doing any of the other things as well. I'm not privy to the truth so I'm not going to make any silly statements about what he's doing because I just don't know. Neither does anyone else on this board right now. Your "fact" is based on a shaky foundation.
I was an early backer, have continued to be a backer. I believe he will ultimately deliver a product. But I also believe that it won't be what he said it would be (I could claim that was a fact due to his posts on features/functions being altered but since it hasn't been delivered yet I would only be speculating that he doesn't find some way to deliver on his original promises). I also believe he underestimated it (that would be giving him the benefit of the doubt - he could also well have understood the difficulties he faced but chose to sugarcoat things so he could get funded). He has not listened to people with more experience in product development, marketing, customer service or start-up management. He has shown he doesn't learn easily (his track record on keeping promises is pretty dismal and doesn't get better over time - yet he can't seem to keep himself from making new ones...usually like "I'll post tomorrow....").
Unlike the fanboi types whose critical thinking skills are just the type that made Madoff wealthy, I'm a realist. I believe that if you invest this way you should write-off every dollar as soon as the pledge clears the bank. Folks don't crowdfund because they have a background or track record that suggests they'll be successful in accomplishing what they hope to. Almost all of these fail to meet their original goals, either in product design or time or both. Backing a crowdfunded project should not be treated like shopping at Wal-Mart. Sometimes, not often, but sometimes something good comes of it and you get to help someone realize a dream, achieve a vision or learn something very useful.
So speculate away, it's entertaining, but don't presume to be speaking the truth unless you have firsthand knowledge to back up your statements. And please, don't waste your time typing out scathing rebukes about how I should leave or get my money back or go grow up or join you for the good fight or any other lame platitude or minimally thought out retort - I give those the same credence I give to self-proclaimed prophesier of fact & truth.
Carry on, hang tight, keep the faith, don't let them get you down, be strong....