This Girl’s Cringey Anti-Vaxxer T-Shirt About Jesus Is Getting Trolled Hard On Twitter

For all that is holy, aren’t we finished with the vaccination debate?

Despite discredited theories about the MMR vaccination causing more harm than saving our population,  anti-vaxxers are still aggressively imposing their harmful rhetoric and spreading fear on social media.

This time, the riff-raff are invoking Jesus.

The Christian Nightmares Twitter account tweeted a picture of a young woman proudly donning a T-shirt that reads:

“Spoiler Alert… Jesus Wasn’t Vaccinated.”

 

Sorry, girl, but it’s not a good look.

Fortunately, the responses on Twitter demonstrate that a vast majority of us are informed about our health.

Many users jabbed some sense into her with brassy one-liners.

Christ wasn’t alone with his unvaccinated status, tho.

And then people touched on Christ’s mortality.

 

Would this girl survive after unplugging from the world?

 

Others had harsh words to drive the point home.

While people are having a field day roasting the woman in the T-shirt with a slogan that makes no sense, the threatening result from the anti-vax movement is real.

Dr. Soumya Swaminathan, the Deputy Director-General for Programmes at WHO, commented on the resurgence of the measles outbreak and how we’ve taken a significant step backward.

“Without urgent efforts to increase vaccination coverage and identify populations with unacceptable levels of under-, or unimmunized children, we risk losing decades of progress in protecting children and communities against this devastating, but entirely preventable disease.”

Bored Panda also cited The Guardian by quoting Professor Arthur Caplan, a New York University bioethics teacher, who said, “viruses spread easily in urban environments.”

She also talked about the dangers caused by the anti-vaxxer movement.

“Anti-vaxxers put their communities and others at risk. Many people and children and newborns can’t be vaccinated due to transplants, cancer treatments, immune diseases. You vaccinate to protect yourself and kids and neighbors who cannot.”

Preach.

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