Hey, there's certainly nothing wrong with wanting to have knowledge. Nor is there anything wrong with wanting to be seen to have knowledge, either—unless it interferes with actually having knowledge. Getting suckered by a prank today is probably no big deal. Getting hoodwinked by homeopathy or an anti-vaccine conspiracy theory, however, can have very serious consequences, above and beyond being parted from one's money.
Suspending one's judgment may be uncomfortable, but it's a discomfort that's worth bearing. Being willing to say "I don't know" when you really don't know is a mark of courage and integrity—and the indispensable first step to actually knowing.