TBC: Actually, facts do care about your feelings
Any individual fact (singular) is unlikely to be affected by your feelings, as long as it is a clear-cut statement. However, when you start talking about facts (plural), things get messy.
The reason for this is that very few people have a complete understanding of the facts on any issue. If you’re not a Ph.D in a relevant field, or haven’t spent hundreds of hours studying this topic, you almost certainly don’t know all the facts.
This isn’t hyperbole. Multiple new papers on a topic can come out daily. Some topics have over a half-century of accumulated research that you have to wade through. To even begin to start to comprehend this stuff at a necessary level one has to understand scientific methodology, how to appropriately weigh conflicting pieces of evidence, and how to detect pseudoscience masquerading as science. To fully comprehend this stuff, it usually requires advanced understanding of statistical analysis, a well-trained ability to break down and rip apart underlying assumptions and flaws in the experimental design and conclusions, and an encyclopedic recall of the details and findings of similar experiments. Ask someone with a Ph.D how long it took for them just to learn the required background of a new subject they wanted to broach.