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Default Re: Anti-vaxx propaganda has gone viral on Facebook. Pinterest has a cure

Originally Posted by mr wonder View Post
ok so why not let all the dumb "anti-vax" doctors, phd researchers, former CDC, parents of sick and dead children have their say. All the smart people will be able to intelligently refute them right?
no need for censorship.
Just explain ...Allll... the facts and let people make up there minds about what meds they will or will not take.
as with all other meds.

unless of course name calling and censorship is what "intelligent" people do.
There are no 'anti vaccine' doctors except on the interwebs
We’re seeing this on multiple fronts. The aforementioned failure to ramp up testing, and the ongoing failure to get needed testing equipment to desperate governors, is compounded by Trump’s insistence on claiming that no such testing failure exists — or ever has.
Jeremy Konyndyk, a senior fellow at the Center for Global Development
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