Why did they say, "Don't do your own research"?

You know, this kinda thing.

They literally published an admission that intelligent people are a problem because they aren't wrong.


"I think we need to avoid the trap of thinking that information or knowledge is enough, because for a lot of the people, and when you look at hesitancy and parental vaccine hesitancy in the US, the group who is most likely to purposefully choose to not vaccinate are highly educated. In speaking with them, these are people who have read the primary literature themselves, and they’re correctly interpreting it, so it’s not a misunderstanding. They have other concerns that go beyond the traditional public health message of, 'This is what you should be doing'" 

– Emily Brunson, MPH, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anthropology at Texas State University



You shouldn't take my word for it, rather you should do your own research... you'll find it on page 26 of this UN document: https://digitallibrary.un.org/record/3894424