#1 On the good ol’ days
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.
elisekumar / Via twitter.com
#2 On proof
PharmDs: vaccines work
MDs: vaccines work
DOs: vaccines work
DNPs: vaccines work
PAs: vaccines work
BSNs: vaccines work
PhDs: vaccines work
FDA, CDC, WHO: vaccines work
Sharon, after reading 3 blog posts: VACCINES ARE HORRIBLE OMG AUTISM OMG BIG PHARMA OMG
gaypharmd / Via twitter.com
#3 On spelling
There’s no “I” in measles, but there’s two of them in idiot. Vaccinate yo’ damn kids.
TheGoodGodAbove / Via twitter.com
#4 On the true side effects of vaccines
Did you know that vaccines cause kids to become literate? Before he got his 2 year old shots, my son couldn’t even say the ABCs, now he knows them! Amazing! Thanks vaccines!
toone2 / Via twitter.com
#5 On the CDC
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
NewEng_DadLife / Via twitter.com
#6 On rebelliousness
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
PunLovinLad / Via twitter.com
#7 On The Truth
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.
DocBastard / Via twitter.com
#8 On smoking
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.
roseperson / Via twitter.com
#9 On mumps
MichaelCosimini / Via twitter.com
#10 On opinions
Antivaxxers on here defending themselves like “if my child dies that’s my opinion”
jaboukie / Via twitter.com
#11 On cancer
AngryAmygdala / Via twitter.com
#12 On spirited arguments
Someone: There is a ton of scientific evidence that vaccines are unsafe.
Me: Can you share it?
Me–> gets blocked.
JHowardBrainMD / Via twitter.com
#13 On collectives
DustinGiebel / Via twitter.com
#14 On offensive terms
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 fu*kwad.”
Devilstower / Via twitter.com
#15 On time travel
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
voices4vaccines / Via twitter.com
#16 On thankfulness
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.
DocBastard / Via twitter.com
#17 On experts
‘I know more about forensic science than forensic scientists because I’ve watched every season of Forensic Files’
Sounds stupid, right?
That’s how antivaxers sound to medical professionals.
kerriofthenorth / Via twitter.com
#18 In conclusion
Refutations to Anti-Vaccine Memes / Via facebook.com