Misinformed Deepdive: Do facts care about your feelings?

To start this investigation let's start with defining what a fact is: 'a fact is a thing that is known or proved to be true'. Now, let's have a look at the definition of care: 'to care for something one must feel concern or interest; attach importance to something'. Now, that is very interesting because in order for a fact to complete the act of caring for something, it first must have the ability to care at all and being that a fact is a thing, a piece of knowledge, a concept, and is not a living thing, it cannot possible care for anything. Therefore, we can conclude once and for all that facts actually don't care about your feelings, instead, they simply exist as a tool for dismantling the arguments of angry libtards.