Either he quoted it, or he misquoted it. Seeing that it appears he seemingly copied and pasted it, and implies it is a direct quote, I'm not sure what you mean.
If you mean he's quoting a small snippet of a larger email, yes, that's true. If you mean he's quoting it out of context of the surrounding paragraphs, that's possibly also true.
Over dramatizaiton? Possibly so!
I just don't get why you think it's misquoted. Misquoted implies the wording of the quote has been changed (accidentally or intentionally). What evidence leads you to believe and twice claim the wording was changed?
You said, "Isnt that all just useless requoting of a rewording quote of a quote of some unconfirmed email with 90% useless marketing speak and 10% marketing speak for recognizing years too late that the"
requoting - that implies it was already quoted once. No, Promit quoted it directly from the email. It's a direct quote, not a requote.
rewording - No, it was likely copied and pasted. What makes you believe otherwise?
Quote of a quote - Uh, no, it's a direct quote. Unless you are referring to the news article instead of Promit's blog - which, being the source, is what is being discussed.
willfully misunderstood - Misunderstood, maybe. But willfully misunderstood is quite an accusation.
misquotation - Uh, no. And you already said 'requoting
unconfirmed - He's a MVP, so "He can be all that" was directed specifically to your accusation that it's likely invalid.
useless marketing - speech - It was written under NDA, not intending to have become public. Further, if it was marketing they wouldn't have been so careless in their wording, and wouldn't have the negative connotations in it. It would've been spun alot better (instead of not spun at all).
Overdramatization or badly misunderstood and badly shortened? Valid claims. But all the rest of your many accusations are not just overdramatization - they are made up exaggerations.
You said, "Isnt that all just...". The answer is, no it's not. 50% of what you said is inaccurate or, ironically, unconfirmed or over-dramatized. The rest of what you said (over-dramatized or misunderstood) is quite possible, but just speculation. What makes you think the wording of the quote has been changed, willfully or accidentally?