It is not so simple. For one, adapter hacks that cause damage harm the mission.
Second, Tesla success is integral to mission success. If a potential Tesla buyer cannot rely on the Tesla destination network the mission is harmed.
Third, Tesla cannot ignore its customer base. If they object to finding a LEAF e.g. blocking a Tesla Destination charger then Tesla will take note. I fall in that group even though I own a LEAF. After all, it was my money sent to Tesla that allowed that Tesla destination charger to be built, not the money I spent to buy a LEAF. I admit to also being influenced by posts in this forum from LEAF owners who take every available opportunity to take Tesla down, yet think they should have free access to paid for by Tesla chargers.
That is not you, but the dogs in the community that bite the hand that feeds them have a negative effect.