Since the anti-vaccine world lacks any evidence to support their tropes, they’ve decided to go with anti-vaccine Holocaust denial as their new operating strategy. But they just don’t understand what they’re doing again.
Recently, as more measles outbreaks occur across the world, there is consternation in governments, schools, and public health organizations about the dropping measles vaccination rates in some areas. As a result, states like California are trying to clamp down on medical exemption abuse, and other jurisdictions, like Rockland County, NY, have banned unvaccinated children from public spaces.
These actions by public officials were implemented to stop the spread of measles, a dangerous, and frequently, deadly disease. As you can imagine, the anti-vaccine religion has been whining and screaming about everything from their individual rights to some cynical conspiracy theory about something or another ever since “mandatory” vaccines became important to public health officials to reduce the spread of the disease. Continue reading “Anti-vaccine Holocaust denial – something else that goes over their heads”