I recall being told once, at around age 20, that I tended to make "enemies", of a certain kind of less intact person. This came up on my first job, and in 1962 when I was a patient at NIH, when therapists said "I didn't get the possible consequences of things I say and do" (admitting latent homosexuality -- "pinning a label on myself" -- to a college dean). without addressing the circular thinking of "enemies". Therapists questioned the wisdom of becoming an "oddball" and attracting ridicule if you couldn't compete normally, especially according to gender norms. Again, circular thinking at the higher levels, going unchallenged (except by me). Even my own father said, "To obey is better than to sacrifice", a proverb with a sting and a double meaning.
I do add nuances to stories that I report, that major media outlets might miss, and I will often add a personal perspective based on incidents in my own life, often from the distant past (without identities of people). But I do get the idea that when it comes from "me", the "purpose" of the speech seems to matter to some people, and make them wonder if they are supposed to act in some way, rather than remain alert. That is what "implicit content" means.