Anti-vaxxers have been in the news a lot lately, and they continue to be as ignorant as ever. There’s not really much to say about them that hasn’t been said already—their misguided paranoia about vaccines causing autism puts their kids and others at risk of contracting dangerous diseases that could easily be avoided.
Since everything that can possibly be said about them already has, let’s just go ahead and dunk on them.
People say “well what did people do before vaccines/antibiotics/pasteurisation?” as if that’s an argument for going natural.
They died, Carol. A lot of people died.
— Elise Kumar ?♀️ (@elisekumar) September 8, 2018
antivaxxers on here defending themselves like “if my child dies that’s my opinion”
— jaboukie (@jaboukie) January 30, 2019
Why is it that when the CDC says to throw out your romaine lettuce everyone takes it as gospel yet when the same agency tells you vaccines save lives they’re part of the Illuminati
— Living The Life (@NewEng_DadLife) November 20, 2018
1999: Teenager sneaks outside home to drink alcohol
2009: Teenager sneaks outside home to smoke weed
2019: Teenager sneaks outside home to get measles vaccine
— Dave Keenan (@PunLovinLad) February 11, 2019
Dear antivax parents,
-You do not know The Truth.
-You have not discovered things Doctors Don’t Tell You.
-You have not done research.
-You are not better than everyone else.
-You are not holistic.
-You are not special.
-You are not “woke”.
What you are is wrong.
— Doc Bastard (@DocBastard) September 29, 2018
Vaccine refusal is like smoking, since your "personal health choice" puts others at risk.
Actually, it's more like making your children smoke.
In a room full of other people's children.
— Deborah Roseman (@roseperson) January 27, 2019
THE PLAGUE ANTIVAXX MOMS
— REAL DOCTOR (@IRLDOCTOR) February 22, 2019
And the anti vaxx memes are some of the darkest humour out there pic.twitter.com/Vvs7cgwN8l
— Tavarish (@tavarish_) February 21, 2019
— VXBot (@VaxxHappenedBOT) February 26, 2019
anti-vaxx mom: *covers child in essential oils*
— sarah (@sarahcominsky) February 26, 2019
i found it. my favorite anti-vaxx meme. pic.twitter.com/qLJKJEl2sk
— kens ᵀᶜ (@kensiewills) February 22, 2019
Anti-vaxxers: “the government is hiding a cure for cancer!”
Also anti-vaxxers: “no, I don’t want a prophylaxis for liver, esophageal, anal, and cervical cancer, those have toxins.”
— Cassie P (@AngryAmygdala) December 5, 2017
Someone: There is a ton of scientific evidence that vaccines are unsafe.
Me: Can you share it?
Me–> gets blocked.
— Jonathan Howard (@JHowardBrainMD) February 2, 2019
The collective noun for a group of anti-vaccinators is ‘A murder of Karens” https://t.co/YtZA3HfBvT
— Dusty Giebel (@DustinGiebel) February 9, 2019
I've just been informed that some people find the term "anti-vaxxer" to be offensive. From now on I will use the more technically accurate term of "child-murdering fuckwad."
— Mark Sumner (@Devilstower) November 25, 2018
— Jamie Dodger (@mixtwitch) November 25, 2018
1. Vaccines do not cause autism
2. Autism is not something to fear
3. Autistic people deserve acceptance
4. Everything we know about autism suggests it starts in the womb
5. Vaccines can't time travel to the womb#vaccineswork
— Voices for Vaccines (@Voices4Vaccines) August 2, 2018
— The Nights Are Fair Drawing Oot (@dgtwatter) February 15, 2019
Instead of "anti-vaxxers" we should call them "plague enthusiasts"
— Dreadful E (@EvilCEOE) February 25, 2019
why are they called anti-vaxxers and not the marvelous mrs measles
— blaine capatch (@blainecapatch) February 11, 2019
Mother in 1955: Thank god someone invented a way to prevent my child from dying of polio.
Mother in 2019: Thank god these these healing crystals come with a matching bag.
— Doc Bastard (@DocBastard) February 15, 2019