You may have seen a certain screenshot on quickmeme.com roaming around Facebook and Twitter Lands lately. I’ll admit, there’s a fair share of misinformation that can be found on both sides of the vaccine fence, and it’s true, the person that chose to make the original picture did not make a valid argument, spelling errors aside. If someone tried to mix the ingredients of any given drug, over-the-counter or not, in an uncontrolled and unsafe environment, and then tried to give that concoction to their child, they would run into some serious legal issues. It’s somewhat comical that the pro-vaccine club chose this particular picture to post about. I mean, really? That’s the best ya got? You picked an easy target, friends. Too easy.
But anyhow. Insert “angry scientist.” And I use the term scientist loosely because I highly doubt this anonymous person on the internet is really, truly, an immunologist. But regardless, let’s break down his/her comment for fun. Using the word “epic” to describe his response is just silly because he’s *SO* wrong.
So, would the real immunologist please stand up? I love that this person has remained anonymous. Please, if you’re the author if this fallacy-riddled response, please come forward. Prove that you made the comment and let us know your credentials. Where did you obtain your degree in Immunology? In the meantime, if you believe this “scientist’s” words, then I feel sorry for you. Please educate yourself about the dangers of vaccines. You can always choose to continue vaccinating, but you can never UN-vaccinate. The research is there, the studies have been done, and the answer is clear: vaccines are dangerous and they don’t work. The diseases we vaccinate for are easily prevented by natural means, and easily treated as well. It’s only the media and the pharmaceutical companies that want you to believe these diseases are incredibly deadly.
The original posting that has been passed and shared around: