Dreadfully false post. Sorry, but it's the "well scrubbed and accepted" expert class that has become the successful target of payoffs. Look at how wrong these "experts" have been about nearly everything the past several years. Many have given up good science in favor of good paying science. Research dollars and approval depend on fixing thing to fit narratives. Look at the great fall of NIH, the WHO, Fauci and the Lancett in the past few years- just to name a few.Sadly, many of the anti-everything 40% subscribes to the all or nothing perspective. The institutions listed are certainly not infallible but many of the 40% latch on to the occasional error and suddenly everything from every one of these institutions is no longer to be trusted. Oddly, this group puts a HUGE amount of credence to much more spurious and easily debunked sources including, strangely, social media. The anti-everything crowd is extremely prone to confirmation bias- they keep looking for any shred of 'evidence' that what they want to believe is true. As can be seen on this board, they just tie themselves up in knots of contradiction.