Just a quick note without having read the whole thread: when people throw around terms like "inflation" and "deflation" if they do not define what they mean, then their analysis is pretty useless.
Inflate means to grow larger, as in to inflate a balloon. Stock prices inflating means they are increasing. Deflating means shrinking.
Many times people will talk about money deflation, meaning people have less money because they are not working (as of June 1, 2020 there is definitely deflation of money because almost no one is able to work full time). But the stock market is actually rising. The rich are making tons of money. And loans and bailouts are given to those who are politically connected. So while you may have less dollars to spend on things like food and clothing, there can be, and was, more currency given to elites via central bank "lending" activities.
Just do the math... a $1 to $3 trillion dollar bailout and all we got was 150 million stimulus checks of $1,200 or $180B. That leaves $820B or maybe trillions of money going to the wealthy elite class. The money supply is actually being inflated on a macro scale, while deflated on a micro scale (currency to spend). There is little money in bank accounts but large amounts in investment funds. Those that received the bulk of that bailout are using it to increase their wealth (buying property, businesses, assets) and those that need to buy food, housing, shelter, etc. are in short supply of money. This is why I despise macroeconomics because a macro view rarely gives the real picture of what is going on.
On top of all that, the rules of classical economics are violated on such a regular basis, and huge corporations can go decades without turning a profit, despite living in a supposedly "capitalistic" society where profit rules everything. In reality, profits are not the main concerns of these corporations, as has been discussed here in other threads. The bottom line is, tread carefully, and do not try to use reason or logic to predict what should happen next.