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Rabid Anti-Vaxxers Literally Spreading Rabies


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Hope you like rabies! Cenk Uygur and also Ana Kasparian, the hosts of The Young Turks, tell you exactly how the anti-vaccine movement is worried about autism in pets. Inform us what you assume in the comment section listed below.

" In spite of the frustrating clinical evidence proving that vaccinations are helpful to every one of humankind, a worrying number of people still believe that deeply investigated and checked medicine is harmful and also not to be trusted. In addition to arguing that people ought to fear vaccines due to terrifying chemicals as well as contaminants, some genuinely believe that shots will give their children autism.

While I 100% supporter for parents doing their study as well as consulting their medical professionals about their child's allergies as well as certain medical conditions, for the life of me I could not understand why measles episodes aren't enough to convince people that vaccinations play a crucial duty in keeping our communities safe. Also in seeing to it that we don't all pass away from the next lethal afflict."

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  1. Posted by filonin2, at Reply

    I think autism is already a severe problem in the anti-vaxxer movement, they may have a point.

    • Posted by CountJimbo, at Reply

      ha! i like

    • Posted by humboldthammer, at Reply

      Autism is perhaps the only “-ism” that is NOT merely another imperfect attempt by Man to do God’s Will. Then again . . .
      Is-Am-ism — the merger of time and place with the eternal and infinite is coming.

    • Posted by Chris Hakala, at Reply

      filonin2 It is not physically possible for vaccines to cause autism. Children develop autism long before they are vaccinated, and if they don’t have autism already they cannot develop it.

    • Posted by Alexander Jones, at Reply

      There are even worse cases than that!
      Like the regressive movement into ww3.

  2. Posted by Chirrut Imwe, at Reply

    I have a son. he was happy,lively,laughed ect. walking starting to talk. He got his MMR and afterwards he totally regressed. stopped talking, barely could walk. Just blank stare on his face. then he was diagnosed as autistic afterwards. He was a happy normal baby! now i have to take care of him for the rest of my life. he still doesnt speak today and he is 5! i know damn well vaccines cause autism. as for the dogs or animals being vaccinate. idc because they are just that, animals.

    • Posted by Chirrut Imwe, at Reply

      ok, so knowing my child before and after is just one huge delusion right? I imagined it all up. he laugh, him playing boo game (hide and peek out and say BOO). i just imagined it all right?

    • Posted by Chirrut Imwe, at Reply

      ok, so knowing my child before and after is just one huge delusion right? I imagined it all up. he laugh, him playing boo game (hide and peek out and say BOO). i just imagined it all right?

    • Posted by Brandon Tang, at Reply

      Using your logic:
      I got sick.
      Then I ate a hamburger.
      Then I felt better.
      Does that mean the hamburger made me feel better? No.
      Your kid was normal.
      He got a vaccine.
      Then he changed.
      Doesn’t mean the vaccine caused that, it could be a plethora of different things in that timespan that affected your kid, the only reason you focus on the vaccine is because of all of this anti vaccine hype. Time and time AGAIN, science has said vaccines don’t cause autism. Your “intuition” or your “experience” doesn’t change the facts of what happened.
      Everything happens for a reason, there is supposed to be a chemical reaction from the vaccines that caused a changed state of mind, and if you can’t point to that, if you can’t point out the why or how, you can not conclude that it was the vaccine that caused it. All you have is a sequence of events, and you can make no actual fact-based conclusion off that.

  3. Posted by devildad1620, at Reply

    You just can’t debate anti-vaxxers. They are cut from the same cloth as flat-earthers and righteous Christians. Zealotry and ignorance fuel there passion for stupidity.

  4. Posted by Adam Smith, at Reply

    Most anti vaxxers are Libtards

    • Posted by Tina Pentasuglia, at Reply

      That’s so not true. I know plenty of trump supporting (whatever side thats even considered) anti vaxxers.

    • Posted by Diatonic5th, at Reply

      Donald Trump is a libtard?

  5. Posted by Man, at Reply

    Can someone seriously answer this question – why do Americans treat dogs like people? They’re animals…not precious or perfect creatures.

    • Posted by Dat ass doe, at Reply

      Man You yourself are an animal just you have intelligence(i question if some people do though). People cry just as hard when there dog dies to when there friend dies. Any pet for that matter. As social animals we yearn to make a connection to something anything and dogs fill that gap. They are a friend who will never betray or hurt you in anyway. That’s why.

    • Posted by Kevin Hodgson, at Reply

      Man He did answer the question, he just didn’t spell it out for you. Its because dogs aren’t inherently violent that in many ways they’re better than human beings. They’re loyal and loving to a fault, and for many people, a dog is their closest companion. Pets, dogs especially, naturally become a part of the family just like any human being who would care to that extent, so of course people will treat them in a similar way to a person.

    • Posted by Man, at Reply

      AnonEyeMouse Nice try. Europeans initially used dogs to eat and kill native people to free up land to build these European-based societies. But whatever works for you.

    • Posted by Man, at Reply

      Kevin Hodgson People aren’t anymore inherently violent than dogs or any other animal. And neither he, nor you, answered the question. But thank you.

  6. Posted by David Gutowski, at Reply

    Anti-vaxxers, the same people who buy organic cause GMOs scare them

    • Posted by Dozerboy 1010, at Reply

      And why do GMO’s scare them? Do tell…

  7. Posted by Tina Pentasuglia, at Reply

    As one who works with animals- dont be stupid. Vax your pets.

    • Posted by arithsem, at Reply

      Tina Pentasuglia what if we want rabies pets?

    • Posted by Rosa Barraza, at Reply

      why don’t u go vaccinate yourself with authesuim

    • Posted by Luster21, at Reply

      Did you hear about the Game of Thrones fans who get huskies, because they like direwolves, and then return them because they’re too much work?

    • Posted by Sieko- Valantin, at Reply

      +arithsem You want dead pets? Go but a fish and wait three days.

  8. Posted by Greg Camp, at Reply

    Debating anti-vaxxers is like debating people who believe the Earth is flat. There might be one or two in the group who have honest reasons for refraining, but who wants to slog through idiocy to find them?

    • Posted by Rosa Barraza, at Reply

      answer this Greg, what’s the design of the flag of the United nation? have u ever taken a look at it? I’ll tell you, look it up and you’ll be surprise. do your statement is more wrong then Anna’s conclusion

    • Posted by arithsem, at Reply

      The earth is flat

  9. Posted by Michaela Old, at Reply

    This is ridiculous. In my community, most churches (5/7 of them) are anti-vax. I’m someone who physically cannot take most vaccines. If someone decides (or forces their children) not to get them, I may get sick/die. Now their doing it with their damn dogs. WHY??

    • Posted by reedcampbell9, at Reply

      Michaela Old I don’t believe that at all. Many churches provide vaccines

    • Posted by Michaela Old, at Reply

      These churches spread lies to make money. You can pay to be “healed” with some sort of ritual, and a lot of people fall for it. Like my grandma. She’s in the beginning stages of cancer, and instead of getting treatment, she goes twice a week and gets this done. Maybe it’s just my community, but its still deplorable. The two that don’t spread these lies do provide for the poor in many ways for everyone and are very accepting, which I find amazing.

    • Posted by Therrydicule, at Reply

      Michaela Old Because they are stupid.

  10. Posted by Derrick Belanger, at Reply

    Why would anyone use the “vaccines cause autism” argument if they just can’t afford the shots? I’m poor af, and I can’t get my dog her shot just yet. That’s a valid excuse in of it self

  11. Posted by asmRTPOP, at Reply

    I’m a vet tech, we get anti vaxxers all the time. Guess what? An up to date Rabies vaccine is the law and we send you away if you won’t update it at your appointment you are sent away immediately. Rabies vaccines are the law for a reason–you’re putting my life at risk as well as your dog’s.

    • Posted by Elpresador's Race Card, at Reply

      Rosa Barraza Haha we found one folks.

    • Posted by Elpresador's Race Card, at Reply

      Rosa Barraza If you have a dog and it gets rabies and harms someone I hope you get arrested.

  12. Posted by Kevin Hodgson, at Reply

    I don’t blame doctors for not wanting to debate anti-vaxxers who have no medical experience and blatantly lie and misinform people with their paranoid delusions. Doctors are required to study and train for several years before being considered medical professionals and to have there education and experience put on the same level as someone who does nothing but cherry-pick google searches gives the anti-vaxxers credibility that they do not deserve.

    • Posted by Rosa Barraza, at Reply

      and that’s where u come along right cunta cente.. I’m so tired of idiots like yourself who think they’re so smart They can’t be bother. go for yourself u dead brain idiot, go try as me be mr. perfect before u lose ur brain. your attention span is the same as a gold fish. duhh

  13. Posted by balduran7, at Reply

    Doctors don’t want to debate anti-vaxxers because they think it’s a waste of time, and I agree.

    • Posted by This_is_a_Conundrum, at Reply

      That and also, how do you debate stupid? Seriously, when people go out of their way to ignore facts becuase they think their feelings are all the “facts” they need, what can you possibly say to counter that? Nothing. You can’t have a serious debate between two people if only one uses logic and the other keeps insisting that becuase they feel they are right then that means they are right. It’s like trying to have a debate with a religious person, they just don’t have facts only feelings and beliefs. All you can do in such cases is make the facts and explanations easily available and hope that enough people have the sense to utilize them and give herd impunity to the once too dumb to protect themsleves.

    • Posted by balduran7, at Reply

      This_is_a_Conundrum I have an example of someone I personally know who thinks that socialism is bad regularly used Venezuela as an example and does it in a very superficial way, and it doesn’t matter how far you go into details, they are right no matter what.

  14. Posted by Kurtis C., at Reply

    “I rescued a dog from the humane society a few weeks back, but there’s something about him that seems… different. For starters, he’s completely nonverbal. He communicates solely through loud yelping noises and low-pitched groaning; I’ve tried flash cards and am even thinking about hiring a professional speech therapist, though I suspect it will be futile. He also behaves in a manner that is socially unacceptable. Just yesterday he ate some of the bacon I left out on the table while I was in the bathroom, and then there was that time when he smelled up another dog at the park without their consent. The unwritten rules of social etiquette don’t seem to come naturally to him like they do for other animals, like the ones I see in the movies. I think my dog might have autism. Is it possible that the humane society gave him a vaccination before I adopted him?”

    • Posted by John Williams, at Reply

      Kurtis, are you mainstreaming your dog, or homeschooling?

  15. Posted by Ruby Midnyte, at Reply

    Anti-vaxxers are almost as stupid as the flat-earthers.

    • Posted by ChickenRamen, at Reply


    • Posted by WWZenaDo, at Reply

      And a thousand times more dangerous.

    • Posted by ET Snyder, at Reply

      I’m not anti-vaccination, but while incredibly rare, there can be very dangerous side-effects to some vaccines, especially in the elderly. On the flip side, flat-earth theory is just depressingly, ridiculously stupid and has no basis in reality. (Don’t believe me? Connect a Go-Pro to a balloon, send it to high altitude, view the curvature with your own damn eyes and STFU. Or, you know, get off your freakin computer and watch a boat go over the horizon.)

  16. Posted by onidragon, at Reply

    let me debunk the whole autism vaccination conspiracy for you guys
    1. if a single vaccination can affect the brain then autism would be the least of your worries
    2. if a vaccination can cause autism then you would be able to see it happening on a child screaming in pain on a video and it would most likely be broadcasted on every news channel world wide
    3. the guy (Andrew Jeremy Wakefield) who did the research lied about the results and lost medical license and can no longer call him self a docter

    • Posted by arithsem, at Reply

      onidragon it’s my choice that my pets have rabies

    • Posted by EmmittBrownBTTF1, at Reply

      arthsem But obviously, Cthulhu made you say that. Oblivion is not what you think it is, Cthulhu lies.

    • Posted by Johan Mahoney-Berg, at Reply

      +arithsem if its your choice that your dog has rabies then is it also your responsibility to pay the medical bills of the person your dog bites and gives rabies to

    • Posted by arithsem, at Reply

      Johan Mahoney-Berg perhaps that person wanted rabies too

  17. Posted by Aaron Wantuck, at Reply

    It costs me about $170 for a vet to come to my house for a check-up and vaccinations on two dogs per year. That is not a lot of money and the Rabies vaccination is given every 2-3 years.

    • Posted by gardenman3, at Reply

      Why do you have the vet come to your house? Take the pet to the vet and it should cost less.

  18. Posted by sacagawa2, at Reply

    There isn’t straight mercury in vaccines. There used to be a compound called thimerosal, which is used to prevent bacteria and fungi from growing in the vaccines (its nothing more than a preservative) in them which has mercury in it, and a lot of vaccines no longer have thimerosal in them now because of the stupid, “vaccines have mercury in them and that causes autism” crap that has been floating around for decades now.

    Its the same concept as table salt. Table salt is sodium chloride; that means that it has chlorine in it. Chlorine, like mercury, is toxic and can kill you. But table salt is not chlorine, it is a compound that has chlorine in it. they are not comparable, just as thimerosal and mercury are not comparable.

    • Posted by Grammar Police, at Reply


    • Posted by mostliberal, at Reply

      sacagawa2 except that chlorine is highly chemically reactive, which is why forms like chlorine gas and hydroflouric acid etching solution are so dangerous. Mercury is dangerous despite not being that reactive, meaning that binding it in a salt with another ion wont necessarily keep u safe.

    • Posted by sacagawa2, at Reply

      Despite the differences in reactivity, its still safe. Especially since when people think of toxic mercury, they’re thinking of methylmercury, which is toxic at high enough levels. Thimerosal contains ethylmercury, which is cleared from the body at a much quicker rate, not to mention that the amount that was used in vaccines is negligible, meaning it was nowhere near enough to be fatal or cause any harm.

      When talking about healthcare, physiology, and organic chemistry and how that all relates to the body, its not black and white. Everything we put in our bodies has the chance to kill us if we ingest enough of it. Its about the amount that is put in, how concentrated it is, whether it is a pure element or a compound that is binding an otherwise toxic element to it. There are many variables.

      And either way, the science shows that thimerosal is not a danger to us. It was taken out literally only for PR reasons. The anti-vax movement cried about a non-existent boogey-man long enough that it was decided that we could do without putting the preservative in a lot of our vaccines. Which by the was causes the price to increase since without said preservative a vaccine might not last as long, causing more to need to be produced to keep up with demand.