That first clause of your "Fact #1" is indeed a fact. But that second clause? It's an opinion and a value judgment.
... and all of "Fact #2" is opinion-based value judgment.
These two faulty "facts" lead to your suspect conclusion.
You may be right. You may be wrong. But make no mistake, you are firmly in the realm of conjecture.
This fundamental miscue sheds even more light on where your final thought runs off the rails: no one here is telling you WHAT you experienced. They're just disagreeing with your INTERPRETATION of that experience. Again, you may be right about the experience itself; but your interpretation of that experience is subject to evaluation ... and it may be wrong.
In any event, everything about your approach here suggests to me that you're the sort of person who has to have the last word. So I'll sign off now and leave you to it.
Wishing you all the best in your experiences to come ...