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Candidae

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I. LOVE. HIM.

Not quite enough to get him vaccinated though. Better dead than autistic though, am I right?

Also lmao, if two 11-year-olds in the history of ever actually had a conversation like this I'll eat my shoe.

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Potatoes cure vaccines, you heard it here.

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This is hilarious.
That first one could have been a heavily edited version of reality but I doubt it. I can see a kid saying they're getting their shots that day only to be told by the anti-vaxxer kid "oh no! Don't you know how dangerous they are??? Mommy says they're bad and doctors are evil people for giving them" which would likely freak the other kid out because why would their friend lie? Plus, the flu shot hurts therefore it would make sense that it's bad, especially if the kid isn't keen on getting it to begin with.

I hate how "proud" these parents are that their kids "think for themselves" by reciting word for word what their parents tell them. It's like being proud your kid did well on math homework after telling them all the answers and them writing them down blindly. Except in this case the parents are giving them all the wrong answers and then getting mad when the teacher gives the child a bad grade but still are happy the kid did what they were told
 

tuscangarder

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How many of these anti-vaxers would refuse the rabies vaccine if bitten by a rabid animal?

All of them would take it.
 

tuscangarder

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Lol
Fully rabid = one of the worst deaths out there from a virus.

And the rabies vaccination is given once you are infected, not before. That person is dumb.

There are a ton of rabies patient videos on YT from India. Looks bad. Sad thing is that it is mostly children whose family can't afford or live near the vaccine.
 

Candidae

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Because only babies go to professionals for help. Why go to doctors when you're sick? Why have someone build your house for you? Why call a professional when you renovate your bathroom? Learn how to do everything yourself snowflake!
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Oh also, why develop immunity safely through exposure from a vaccine when you can get exposed to the live virus in larger quantities instead?
 

Senior Lexmechanic

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"Grug am concerned. Grugling is sick, but medicine man want to give him potion. Oog tell me potion make Grugling talk funny and worship Hedgehog God. True?"
"This definitely true. Eeg never seen inside of medicine man's hut, but Garga tell me this also. Many people can't be wrong."
 

Barnard

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Antivaxxers have managed to cause a 300% spike in measles around here. I suppose it could have been worse, since measles has very low mortality in developed countries, but I've also heard about a recent measles epidemic in the United Kingdom that killed a few people and these entirely avoidable deaths were quite real, unlike the autism and toxins hogwash. Good job.
 

Mrs Paul

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I don't know if this counts as anti-vax, but apparently those in immigrant detention camps aren't going to be given flu vaccines. Now, however you feel about these people, this strikes me as a really, really bad idea. I'm wondering if the person who made this decision is an anti-vaxxer, or doesn't realize that the flu could spread beyond the camps?

(I mean, I would think you'd WANT to keep the place as disease free as possible, wouldn't you?)
 

Senior Lexmechanic

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I don't know if this counts as anti-vax, but apparently those in immigrant detention camps aren't going to be given flu vaccines. Now, however you feel about these people, this strikes me as a really, really bad idea. I'm wondering if the person who made this decision is an anti-vaxxer, or doesn't realize that the flu could spread beyond the camps?

(I mean, I would think you'd WANT to keep the place as disease free as possible, wouldn't you?)
I'd say it's more likely either an attitude of "They aren't citizens, so why should they benefit from government health?" or else a covert desire that they all get the flu and drop dead to make the paperwork easier.
 
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Candidae

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I'd say it's more likely either an attitude of "They aren't citizens, so why should they benefit from government health?" or else a covert desire that they all get the flu and drop dead to make the paperwork easier.
Probably a mix of both tbh.
"They're not people I care about so who cares if they die? It's not like we want them here anyways"

Then again, Trump himself seems to be an anti vaxxer so maybe he thinks he's doing them a favour. Or thinks it's pointless to give them any if he's one of those who think vaccines do nothing as opposed to simply being very oddly autism-phobic
 

Piga Dgrifm

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Some batshit Anti-Vaxxer dumped her menstrual blood on some lawmakers for trying to make a vaccine bill:
SACRAMENTO —
A woman was arrested Friday on charges including assault after dropping what authorities said “appeared to be blood” on members of the California Senate from her seat in the visitor gallery. The disturbance occurred as lawmakers were wrapping up their work before adjourning for the year, forcing them to evacuate the chamber to continue in a nearby committee hearing room.

The woman, who was identified by California Highway Patrol officials as Rebecca Dalelio, 43, was among dozens of protesters who were inside the state Capitol to oppose a pair of bills signed Monday by Gov. Gavin Newsom to impose new oversight of childhood vaccine exemptions. Public records show Dalelio is a resident of Boulder Creek near Santa Cruz, and a Facebook profile matching her photo and name contains multiple postings critical of vaccines, the last one made in March. A phone call to Dalelio seeking comment was not returned.
Authorities roped off the Senate chamber with caution tape Friday evening as CHP and Senate officers began an investigation. The CHP later said in a statement that the blood-like substance was contained in “a feminine hygiene device” reported to be a menstrual cup held by the woman, who was arrested and booked into Sacramento County Jail on six charges including assault, vandalism and disorderly conduct. Dalelio was released Saturday morning.
“A crime was committed today, but the Senate will not be deterred from conducting the people’s business,” Senate President Pro Tem Toni Atkins (D-San Diego) said as she stood at the front of the committee hearing room when the proceedings resumed in the new location.
Senators were asked to sit in audience seats inside the large committee hearing room, with members of the media moved to an upstairs balcony to view the final votes before adjournment. It was the first time the Senate has been forced to convene in a different room since a big-rig truck crashed into the statehouse in 2001, leaving portions of the 19th century building damaged.

Tensions have been high at the Capitol over the last few weeks as legislators weighed the contentious legislation. Protesters have packed the hallways and disrupted hearings and floor sessions in the Legislature. A group of opponents of the bill have stood and chanted outside Newsom’s office.



State Sen. Richard Pan (D-Sacramento), who authored the legislation, was confronted last month by an anti-vaccine activist and shoved on the street near the Capitol.

The Senate allowed several protesters into the gallery on Friday who held up signs including one that said “Medical Freedom.” Other opponents of the bill sat silently in the balcony with fists raised in protest for more than an hour before the incident.
Shortly after 5 p.m., as the Senate was voting on a bill related to sexual harassment, a woman leaned over the balcony and dropped the liquid on unsuspecting senators standing below. Someone shouted, “This is for dead babies.” Atkins called an immediate break for a caucus meeting, and senators headed to a conference room off the floor. Some left the Capitol and went back to their Sacramento homes to shower.

Senate Minority Leader Shannon Grove (R-Bakersfield) apologized to lawmakers as she stood next to Atkins as the session resumed in the committee hearing room. She said a suspect was in CHP custody and should be “prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.”
Pan said the liquid splashed on his back and desk. He said other senators were hit on the head with the liquid.

“Everyone is pretty disturbed and upset,” he said. “It’s like we’ve been saying, violent rhetoric turns to violent acts. This is a direct attack on the democratic process and this should be condemned by everyone. This needs to stop.”


The new laws, Senate Bills 276 and 714, would create state oversight of medical exemptions for vaccines required to attend public and private schools, as well as day care centers.

California already has some of the nation’s tightest childhood immunization laws, allowing doctors to excuse children, temporarily or permanently, from some or all vaccinations if there is a medical reason.

Opponents had hoped Newsom would loosen guidelines or veto the bills. His signature inspired outrage among anti-vaccine activists, who traveled to Sacramento from cities across the state to join the protests.

Legislative leaders had warned lawmakers and Capitol staff members to anticipate the potential for large crowds arriving Friday.

“This is an outrageous way of trying to protest or make a point,” said state Sen. Jerry Hill (D-San Mateo), who was seated at his desk on the floor when liquid fell on unsuspecting legislators.

A statement from the CHP late Friday said officers have sought to ensure protesters can “exercise their First Amendment rights while not interfering with the daily operations of the State Capitol or the safety of the occupants on state property.”

Some activists were frustrated by Friday’s events, saying they shouldn’t all be held responsible for the actions of one person.

“It’s unfair to the respectable majority in the medical freedom movement to always have to claim those who resort to illegal actions; it would be the equivalent of us saying all senators are child abusers or alcoholics because their colleagues were arrested for it,” said Melissa Floyd of Immunity Education, which opposes vaccine mandate bills.


Nathan Click, a spokesman for Newsom, called the act “despicable.”

“All of us in the governor’s office strongly condemn this act and the disruption it has caused,” Click said.

Times staff writer John Myers contributed to this report.
 

FukuMuku

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I want to mention OnlyTheGhosts here, I found him via a deviantart forum thread and dude! is he a lunatic, he reaches conspiracy theorist levels that shouldn't be possible and he is in his 50s yet talks like an edgy 13 year old that discovered what swear words are, I don't know if I can post any screenshots of his comments because they are very long and because just by merely looking at them makes my blood boil so I will just give the link to the thread here so you guys can read it by yourselves.

the thread here
 
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