26 Responses People Had To This Anti-Vaxxer Proudly Wearing A Jesus Wasnt Vaccinated T-Shirt

A photo of a woman wearing a T-shirt proclaiming “Spoiler Alert… Jesus Wasn’t Vaccinated” got posted online. Can you imagine what the reaction was? Go on, I’ll give you three guesses. That’s right, you guessed it in one — internet users mocked her and other anti-vaxxers relentlessly, with some incredible jokes being thrown about. Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: kels_316 wintertao ReverendaCori sailor_sunk TravBot CelticPixie87 posted the picture of the T-shirt being worn. Internet users were quick to point out that the T-shirt’s slogan made absolutely no sense at all, and came up with lots of witty and quirky comebacks. You’re right to be worried about the anti-vaccination (or …

25 Of The Best Responses Doctors And Other Medical Professionals Had To Anti-Vaxxers

Doctors are employing all strategies to fight the disease from using electronic medical records to identify unvaccinated patients living in outbreak zones to refusing to accept patients who haven’t been vaccinated – and now they have taken the fight to Twitter. Sure some of these savage tweets are funny, but believe it or not, fighting misinformation on the internet is vitally important, even when it’s done in a simple tweet. Scroll down below to read some anti-vaxxers get destroyed by doctors and don’t forget to upvote your favs! #1 Measles became a nationally notifiable disease in the United States in 1912, meaning that health care providers and laboratories were required to report diagnosed cases. During the first decade of reporting, an average …

22 Of The Most Entertaining Responses To Anti-Vaxxers

#2 Many anti-vaxxers use the possibility of having an autistic child as one of their debate points – but this autistic person had a counterpoint. #4 Anti-vaxxers say they want to return to a simpler, more ‘natural’ time – well this user had some holes to poke in that theory. Approximately 110 000 people died from measles in 2017 – mostly children under the age of 5 years according to the World Health Organization. #7 This user pointed out that just because you have googled information about vaccines on the internet does not mean you know more than doctors. #9 Parent in an anti-vaxxing Facebook group seeks advice against judgmental neighbors – and receives an unexpected response. #11 Internet user fights …