FOCKERS!! @CEOAdam is saying according to the accounted shareholders of 4.1 Million we own an average of 120 shares per according to the 501 Million float.

Once they do the votes they will know how many synthetics are actually out there 🤯😳 #AMC #NakedShorts $AMC #AMCSqueeze
He’s giving us the best number we can have 4.1 Mill, so if the votes come out to be say 2 Bill … do the math, you get the FOCKING synthetics! Or He can come out and say the average owns say 365 shares or 800 that also gives you the synthetics, he’s preparing the FOCKING stage!
hat’s doing the “LEGAL” math shareholders at 4.1 Million of 501 Million float ONLY… when we vote if He gets 2 Billon votes … y’all still don’t get it??! if you do 💕 this!!! Smart 🦍
meaning shareholder 1 say owns 800 shares that’s 800 votes, shareholder 2 owns 5000 shares thats 5000 votes, shareholder owns 200 shares thats 200 votes , Votes will give you ALL the shares out real and synthetics to hopefully as close as possible as many won’t be able to vote.

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