Honestly this person seems to be looking at all the times the movie shows something weird, or inconsistent, on the expectation that the viewer will use it to color their read on the person doing the weird thing or who said something that isn't borne out by reality, and instead went 'wow this movie is stupid, it keeps contradicting itself! Can't believe no one noticed that' Like ...yeah. yeah, it didn't. Wilford was lying. Because he wanted to keep everyone play-acting in the daydream he had when he was eight, and he had the power to restrict their access to information to make that happen, because privilege and wealth and power had rotted his mind to the point where he thought that he could and should do that. It's something that the film did very intentionally to show just how fucked up he was, and how little he cared about anyone else's dignity or autonomy or safety, and this person seems to think it just happened because no one proofread the script.