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May 23, 2017
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So much for your "medically proven" theory.

As “accepting” as liberals claims to be, that acceptance doesn’t seem to include anti-vaxxers like me.

The left wing says the medical community has debunked claims of a correlation between vaccines and autism, always pointing to so-called “studies.” Well I’ve got a new question for them to study.

If vaccinations truly don’t cause autism, then why am I such an idiot?

Seriously, let’s think about it.

I was given all the major vaccinations as a child, and now I’m refusing to allow my children to have them because of scientifically unfounded and purely anecdotally based fears of the shots causing autism.

…[Like] a dangerous disease, my foolish point of view is infectious, as I aggressively push it on other parents, both in person and on the internet.

Thanks to my godforsaken stubbornness, my children are now at high risk to contract previously controlled diseases, risking sickness or even death in themselves and their classmates. And like a dangerous disease, my foolish point of view is infectious, as I aggressively push it on other parents, both in person and on the internet.

Clearly, the vaccines didn’t save me from acquiring some sort of severe mental impairment, because no sane person would be behaving this way.

To make matters worse, unlike many people on the autism spectrum, I don’t have an incredible memory or any other special qualities. I’m just an untalented, unabashed moron who believes anything someone types on Facebook in all caps.

So the next time some idiot tries telling you there’s no connection between vaccinations and autism, remind them of real idiots like me. It will definitely help them see the light.

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