"They're not true sports cars"
"Real enthusiasts would want an internal combustion engine"
"Electric cars take hours to charge, it takes 20 minutes at the most to fill a fuel tank"
That's all the real points they have, just different variations of those points.
Point 1 is irrelevant, you ask them to define what a true sports car is, and even the people with a "proper perspective" would argue amongst themselves over whether it's a 1990 Miata because it's light, cheap and rear wheel drive or a Koenigsegg Agera R because it's currently the fastest car money can buy, at least from the factory.
Point 2 is also irrelevant, a "real enthusiast" would like all sorts of vehicles, no matter what their intended purpose is. Not to mention electric cars are slowly becoming cheaper alternatives to go very, very quickly and not just in a straight line.
Point 3 kind of irrelevant unless you regularly do 200-300 miles per day, you can recharge an electric car at home over night but it's very unlikely you can refuel a gas/diesel car at home. Electric cars take 6-8 hours to fully charge, and unless you get home, go to bed immediately then wake up in 5 hours and immediately do your 250 mile per day commute, an electric car is viable for you. Either that, or if you live in a city center, in which case owning any type of car is stupid.