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No matter how many times anti-vaxxers take to the internet to spread their conspiracies, it's reassuring to know that there will always be somebody waiting to take them down.
In a recent post on the notorious subreddit r/MurderedByWords, the user u/Slackbeing shared a post that they had seen on Facebook.
In it, a presumed anti-vaxxer shared the 'Philosraptor meme' complete with the words:
How is my unvaccinated kid a danger to your vaccinated kid if vaccines work?
Luckily someone was on hand to not only shut down the meme but completely obliterate it from the face of the Earth.
Using science and some pretty big medical words that us mere mortals couldn't possibly understand, the anonymous Facebook user put the anti-vaxxer in their place.
The Reddit post has since gone viral, receiving more than 58,000 upvotes at the time of writing.
Needless to say, many thought the comment had well and truly killed off the anti-vaxxer for good.
HT Bored Panda
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