This question is put on hold as opinion based. The tldr version of the question is "Why are some people saying Frequentist statistics is no good?".
I have partial sympathy with putting it on hold. One the one hand, I don't actually think it's an opinion based question. The OP is not asking "Are Frequentist statistics no good?", but rather wants to really understand the reasoning behind that argument. I do admit that distinction is a grey line: someone might think a reasonable answer is "because they don't understand math", which would help no one (also not my opinion). Also, I do have the fear that it will could turn into a highly-opinion based set of answers.
With that said, one of the reasons I chose to answer it is that I think it's a very important topic worth discussing. I know there have been several somewhat similar questions (i.e. Bayesian vs Frequentist: pros and cons), but I do think this one is a bit more of a niche.
Is CV the right place for such a question? Or is it better suited for something like a blog post?