If people did that, it'd be the end of the internet as we know itThe distortion is only when rapid panning or with rapid fan-like subject movement when you are using the electronic shutter. Just use mechanical shutter in those situations and you won't have distortion. If people would learn how to get the best from their gear and what to do in different circumstances, then there would be far less misleading criticism. (I have never had any of my shots spoiled by distortion using the electronic shutter, anyway.)
But what a beautiful end though. . .
I think it is even more apparent with high end gear. Many people with pro grade cameras expecting pro grade results without pro grade knowledge or experience, and a massive loudspeaker in the shape of Youtube, forums, social media. . . (note that by Pro I don't necessarily mean paid professional but rather a very experience individual)
In this day and age, I think it's safe to say that if you fail consistently at getting sharp, undistorted photos of whatever subject tickles your pickle, it's 99% a biological interface error , the other 1% being a dodgy camera/lens that slipped through QC.