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Kat Von D Plans to Let Her Child Die From a Preventable Illness

Getting your child vaccinated is very important if you want that child to live. There’s not really a nice way to say that. Not only does not vaccinating your child make them literally much more likely to die, it also increases the odds that the entire human race is wiped off the face of the planet by some mutated strain of a disease that had been nearly eradicated. But doesn’t a Facebook post by some dumbass celebrity talking about Indigo Children know more than the consensus of the entire medical community?

Well, Kat Von D seems to think so, and according to a new Instagram post, she’s willing to bet the life of her child and everyone else’s children on it.

And, if you don’t know what it’s like to have the entire world openly criticize, judge, throw uninformed opinions, and curse you – try being an openly pregnant vegan on Instagram, having a natural, drug-free home birth in water with a midwife and doula, who has the intention of raising a vegan child, without vaccinations.

Let’s just take a moment and think about the irony of a woman who’s not planning on having her children vaccinated complaining about “uninformed opinions.” That’s like Dane Cook complaining about overrated hack comedians or Jordan B. Peterson ranting about having to deal with too many muppet-voiced misogynist shitheads.

My point being: I already know what it’s like to make life choices that are not the same as the majority. So your negative comments are not going influence my choices – actual research and educating myself will – which i am diligently doing.

It’s funny how people who are against vaccinations always talk about “educating yourself.” You mean with reams of scientific research, expert opinions, decades of proven results, and near-unanimous consensus of the entire medical community? That kind of education? Or do you mean ten minutes of listening to Alex Jones and Bobby Kennedy Jr.? Because I kind of think it’s the latter.

Even though I don’t have kids and don’t have any plans to have kids, I did once take the opportunity to ask a doctor about mercury in vaccines. Before I could even finish my question, he cut me off and said “Yeah, mercury doesn’t cause autism,” To which I replied I knew that and said I was thinking about mercury poisoning. He seemed taken aback, as if the only question he’d ever been asked about this was about the link to autism (which is non-existent) and never just about the fact mercury is, on the whole, not good for you. He finally said “Oh, it’s harmless in such a tiny amount, there’s more mercury in a can of tuna,” and I said “I see, cool,” and that was that. Regardless of such, the US actually removed thiomersal from most vaccines almost 20 years ago, so it’s kind of a moot point.

Look, my job is mostly making fun of celebrities, and there’s a good reason that I do it; most celebrities are fucking morons and people still take celebrity’s opinions on things more seriously than actual experts. You’ve seen Keeping Up With the Kardashians, right? And if you’re a little older, maybe you remember a reality show called The Simple Life? Now think of all the celebrities who talk about what geniuses Kim Kardashian and Paris Hilton are. The things that make you famous in our world generally aren’t things that make your opinions in any way valid. And if you need proof that celebrities are idiots, Kat Von D is acting like everyone else is stupid for telling her not to let her baby die of a preventable illness.

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Except… was recently as 1985, ZERO PERCENT of the US population vaccinated for chicken pox, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, HIB, influenza, pneumococcal, meningitis, rotavirus, or human papilloma virus. Funny, can’t find any headlines about US citizens dying in droves from these illnesses. Or dying in significant numbers. Or dying at all. Yes, there were some deaths — in individuals with other serious medical conditions, or who were in special risk groups, like drug users and prostitutes being at greatly increased risk for hepatitis B, which is spread primarily via unprotected sex with infected people and sharing tainted needles. Meanwhile, the… Read more »

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Oh LOOK Buffy ! Another psychopathic , criminally irresponsible anti-vaxxer stating lies that can be proven AS lies in two minutes, assuming one has been living on a desert isle and doesn’t already know ! All of those people that aren’t getting vaxxed for all those ailments , nutcakes ? They ARE . Here’s hoping you expire messily , and SOON , of one of them .

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Maybe KVD and her husband really have weighed all the information. Maybe one of them have had allergic reactions in the past to vaccines. We’re not privy to that info and we don’t need to be. Ultimately it really is up to them. And I do think the title of this article is unfair and clickbaity. My beef is more so with the antivaxx movement as a whole. Spreading the misinformation that the MMR vaccine outright causes autism and such. Unfortunately like any medicine or medical procedure there are risks. There have been people that have been harmed or yes… Read more »

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Actually, we do know some of the genetic and acquired susceptibilities to vaccine reaction. It’s absolutely shocking that we don’t prescreen for them before administering vaccines. We do not have the technology or knowledge to prevent all such reactions, but we can prevent many of them. We have data indicating that we can prevent many cases of neurological sequelae just by delaying administration til age 2, and by not administering certain vaccines together. Even more troubling is the fact that most vaccines are designed to prevent disease SYMPTOMS in the vaccinated individual, not the ability to actually colonize and transmit… Read more »

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Vaccination “Science” is full of lies and frauds. Less mercury than a can of tuna? It is about a can of tuna. Now give that to a 6lbs baby. This is like an adult eating 20 cans of tuna. One single vaccine. Now give 4. 80 cans of tuna in the first weeks of life. A small amount of mercury? This is crazy. Mercury has been removed from childhood vaccines but it is still in the flu shot they give to pregnant women now. The mercury in the shots tends to accumulate in the fetus. Even worse than giving it… Read more »

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