Vaccines: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

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The benefits of vaccines far outweigh the minuscule risks, but some parents still question their safety. John Oliver discusses why some people may still feel uncertainty about childhood vaccinations.
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Kanden 8 soat oldin
This guy was a president. In a pandemic.
catherine smith
catherine smith 8 soat oldin
I am sorry I am just now seeing this. It is relevant to the Covid Vaccine debacle.
Tessi simp
Tessi simp 9 soat oldin
You lot all need to actually research what an RNA is, and does. If you've taken the vaccine, you're a moron. End of.
Nate Levinson
Nate Levinson 11 soat oldin
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TrueDiox 12 soat oldin
This, so very sadly, has aged quite well.
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Leona Gonzalez 13 soat oldin
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Jason Landry
Jason Landry 14 soat oldin
I don't agree with spacing out vaccines, but if it's a choice between that and not getting the vaccine, I would opt for that as a doctor. Catering to the parents who pander to the misinformation? Perhaps, but I would rather that than a bunch of kids running around without vaccines at all.
ThePhysics1234 15 soat oldin
Actually you can prove that vaccines do not cause autism. If there is no correlation between autism and vaccines (and there isn't any) it means vaccines have 0 influence on autism. Science does not actually prove things, it disproves theories which are not in line with the available data.
Justice Potter
Justice Potter 18 soat oldin
5:35 he is wrong I have been to the mall of America many times and there is only one build a bear workshop
Aloha XƏRØ
Aloha XƏRØ 22 soat oldin
Funny to have this video be played right after watching the lasted episode of this show in 2021 ... 😆
AbyssGnasher Kun oldin
This did nooot age well lmao
J R Kun oldin
I have to say as someone with Autism its super offensive that someone would rather have a dead kid then a 'mistake' like me.
Daniel Athens
Daniel Athens Kun oldin
I’m just glad Trump said “take them over time” and not “vaccines are too deadly for children”. Even then, I’m not sure that’s scientific.
Lunana Sushistax
Lunana Sushistax Kun oldin
don't try to save them, this is just natural selection
Carmen k
Carmen k Kun oldin
Here in 2021, the COVID days. I'm thinking we have multiple vaccines now compared to 50 years ago because we have had more time to experience more viruses that need vaccines. If the COVID vaccine is added to the bulk vaccines our children have to get when they are infants to prevent the world from going through another covid caused pandemic.... I'll be okay with that.
Izstrella 2 kun oldin
Wait, who DID first say the insanity quote?
Deniz Kun oldin
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Alex Nguyen
Alex Nguyen 2 kun oldin
mousemuffins 2 kun oldin
Oh boy this did not age well.
RR_Gaming 2 kun oldin
I don't see how it didn't
Jon Aleksander Krancan
Jon Aleksander Krancan 2 kun oldin
Full on antivaxxer stuff is crazy but can we have a debate somewhere in the middle? Why is big pharma exempt from all legal consequences?
eeeaten 2 kun oldin
@Jon Aleksander Krancan my post above relates specifically to the us, other countries and international situations are different and varied.
Jon Aleksander Krancan
Jon Aleksander Krancan 2 kun oldin
@eeeaten good stuff, thank you. Although I thought WHO recommends to countries taking international insurance as in H1N1 case and in recent Covid cases. And the recent events where Pfizer asked of Argentina and Brazil to offer national assets as a collateral for Covid vaccine - it's a bit much, no? We could use a tad more transparency, especially during a world pandemic.
eeeaten 2 kun oldin
big pharma are not "exempt from all legal consequences". if people are harmed by a faulty vaccine, the manufacturer is liable. the protection vaccine manufacturers do have (the 1986 vaccine act) relates to 'unavoidable risk' ie the 1 in a million or so chance that people will be harmed by a vaccine. before 1986 those people could sue a vaccine manufacturer directly, which could make those vaccine suppliers bankrupt. vaccine manufacturers were hesitant to supply a market because of this risk, and some vaccines started being in short supply. to stop this, the vaccine act made manufacturers _collectively_ liable. people can still sue for damages, when awarded big pharma still pay for those damages, but the money comes from a tax on vaccine profits, paid by all vaccine manufacturers and administered by the hhs. in a nutshell.
Marc-André Servant
Marc-André Servant 2 kun oldin
I have Asperger's syndrome, which isn't caused by vaccines. Even if it was, I'd rather have that than polio, smallpox, measles, mumps, rubella, tuberculosis, yellow fever, pertussis, tetanus, diphtheria, pneumonia, shingles, meningitis and COVID-19.
eeeaten 15 soat oldin
@Superjakeyo yes, it does relate to the op. The op included measles, I asked specifically about measles. Getting measles is a better option than asd for life.
Superjakeyo 15 soat oldin
@eeeaten well then ur initial comment has nothing to do with this post seeming as vaccines don’t only protect against measles if ur asking if the measles vaccine was the only one to causes aspergers then it’s a different story and still has nothing to do with the original post
eeeaten 15 soat oldin
@Superjakeyo we were only talking about measles. The risk is different for different diseases. Obviously one would choose asd over rabies, for example.
eeeaten 16 soat oldin
@Dogu Tozlu of course :)
Superjakeyo 21 soat oldin
@eeeaten polio, smallpox, pneumonia, diphtheria, yellow fever, COVID-19 (which you can get many times),etc. u seem to think I was only focusing on measles when I was using measles as an example to how bad these diseases are and seeing how there are so many chances are I at least end up in the hospital.
Oldschool Gamer
Oldschool Gamer 2 kun oldin
i say, we get on our social media and post: I did not get measles. (and every other thing you have been vaccinated for) thank you mom & dad for vaccinating me.
pleappleappleap 2 kun oldin
Are you really not afraid of widths?
pleappleappleap 2 kun oldin
I spaced out my son's vaccines a little. The gap I used was one week. I spaced them out by antigen, and not by injection. The number of injections is largely irrelevant. The reason why: Let P(A) be the side effect profile of vaccine A. Let P(B) be the side effect profile of vaccine B. P(A + B) >= P(A) + P(A + B) QED.
Raghav Shama
Raghav Shama 16 soat oldin
Quantum Electro Dynamics is not used in vaccines. I am physics minor student. Your equation is fundamentally weird, and I am having trouble relating to where you have brought that in from. Stop using intimidating uncorrelated outright wrong language to stomp on actual mother fucking science.The number of injection do matter. They are mathematically calculated by actual scientists. The fact that your doc accommodated this speaks to the suffering of doctors and how they are literally having to negotiate the life and safety of their patients(the children) with overly paranoid parent. DO NOT CONTINUE THIS AT ALL. I CAN NOT STRESS THIS ENOUGH. btw: I think you wanted to use QED as a way of saying that the proof is left as an exercise to the reader. Then yeah, that is correct.
pleappleappleap Kun oldin
@eeeaten Yes, of course. But bear in mind I'm not talking about relaying by months or years. Only one week (or even less) per bug.
eeeaten 2 kun oldin
@pleappleappleap are you considering the risk of everyone delaying vaccines, not just you?
pleappleappleap 2 kun oldin
@eeeaten I've begun collecting the data.
eeeaten 2 kun oldin
@pleappleappleap "If you really want, I could calculate the probability" - yes i want that
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Sensitive Bubble 3 kun oldin
For a person who's uncle was the president he's fucking stupid
Sandor Tarjanyi
Sandor Tarjanyi 3 kun oldin
If facts count to someone Google why Japan banned mmr vaccine. They researched it and banned it. They still vaccinate for them separately though. This guy is directly responsible for the death and damage some vaccine cause as it does. Vaccination does work but trying to suppress the bad effect of some vaccine is ignorant. Those companies making them should be crucified.
eeeaten 2 kun oldin
japan is a case study in why mmr is good. japan is notorious for having high rates of measles. the risk of harm from vaccines is tiny compared to the risk of harm from the diseases they prevent.
Marky11694 3 kun oldin
Weirdly Appropriate especially The Part about Trump Denying the Value of Vaccines especially in Light of COVID 19 and The Current Vaccine
SneakySprinklez 3 kun oldin
I just got a weird memory I have of a book I read where the main characters all got the flu shot ans then there was smth funky in the batch so they all got super powers
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Chris Wolfe
Chris Wolfe 3 kun oldin
I have been wondering why you act like an idiot so often, but I realise now that is how you garner your audience; you cast your net of idiocy and hope for the best. Fortunately, there are plenty, plenty, plenty idiots. Kudos I guess, but I have lost respect for you. Personally, I think having a respected opinion is more important than having a popular one, but I guess we differ in that way.
eeeaten 3 kun oldin
you mean because you're an antivaxxer?
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Everything13ish 3 kun oldin
"We avoid large groups of people and wear masks" hmm almost sounds like social distancing protocols have been around for a very long time for immune-compromised people, and have been proven effective and we should just follow them.
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Andrew 3 kun oldin
Interesting to hear that trump was always an expert in vaccines. "Tiny Children are not Horses" The man is brilliant. He even had his housing expert with a medical degree behind him backing him up.
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KTG Network 4 kun oldin
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General Qasem Salami
General Qasem Salami 4 kun oldin
This hits different in 2021......😫
Meta Psychotic
Meta Psychotic 4 kun oldin
Stefaan VL
Stefaan VL 4 kun oldin
Ex NIH Director on Vaccine/Autism Link In a 2008 interview with CBS News, former Director of NIH Dr. Bernadine Healy openly discussed her concerns about the lack of research into which groups of children are more susceptible to vaccine injury and the deceptive reasons why she thinks proper studies were never done. NIH = National Institute of Health
Stefaan VL
Stefaan VL 2 kun oldin
@eeeaten Good question. The answer : to show how far expert concern and warning about vaccine injury date back and how we continue to ignore this. And no, Bernardine Healy's comment is not so rare as you might think. But you'll forgive me for not throwing in everything that can be found. If I would start to collect all the data, it would make more sense to write a book than to post a comment in this thread. If you look for it, you will find it. For example medical journalist Del Bigtree did an interview with an American pediatrician (forgot his name) who treated 10.000 children, 3000 of which since birth. He always gave parents the choice to either vaccinate or not, or to vaccinate selectively. His findings, after many years, were that the unvaccinated children were much more healthy than the vaccinated ones. He wrote a book about this. It's something that makes you pause and think. But even if you should be loath to take this pediatrician's findings into consideration, I would like to point out with regard to your comment "the risk of harm from vaccines is tiny compared to the risk of harm from the diseases they prevent" that this statement is far too generalized. There are diseases that won't cause lasting harm if the parents monitor them carefully when they occur and contact a good doctor in case something irregular happens like too high a fever for example.
eeeaten 3 kun oldin
why quote-mine interviews from over a decade ago? could it be because finding experts talking about the dangers of vaccines is very rare? vaccines don't cause autism. the risk of harm from vaccines is tiny compared to the risk of harm from the diseases they prevent.
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Ryan 5 kun oldin
The bigger problem is people don't understand how to get good information those mothers in the opening clip say everything that is wrong with internet culture it's made these people actually feel concerned they don't know anyone to get the real information from that just is not a problem there's pediatricians in every major city and if you can't find one call a general practitioner that's where I would start. People that have been to medical school. Don't just ask your Facebook friends and definitely don't listen to Jenny McCarthy I don't know how that woman got so much coverage on a moot point but she should be charged criminally
eeeaten 5 kun oldin
A key problem in the us is that antivax conmen and fake anti-science “alternative health” salesmen are freely able to spread misinformation that undermines vaccines and medicines. The American people have a long and proud history of believing any irrational nonsense going, so are easily convinced to distrust doctors and buy fake treatments and supplements.
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Plumikii Ryu 6 kun oldin
Please Do A Piece on Michael Jackson Hi, I’m writing to you because Last Week Tonight as opposed to other such shows actually cares about issues rather than chasing the headlines. It has been 11 years since Michael Jackson passed away yet to this day what the common consensus is that he is a taboo subject for many. I recall you guys once did a piece on Public Shaming. Michael Jackson was a genius, an abused child. He was strange. He was one of the few major stars from the 80s who came out of the 80s without a heroine addiction. He in his own way did many, Many strange things, but so do most other superstars. And more than others he actually cared. About children, about the earth. About the issues we are discussing to this day. While Icons like Freddie Mercury, Elvis Presley, Prince, Beetles and many more are known for their good works, Michael is known for the something which he has repeatedly been acquitted for. It’s the truth that anyone looking for will find instantly but due to the “where there is smoke there is a fire” narrative, even 11 years after his death, the new media treats him like a criminal. All his trial pages are open for the public to read. He WAS weird. Making a ranch called neverland, hanging out with children. Trusting people he shouldn’t. But I urge you please cover him, hear beyond the noise like you guys often do. The most successful African American Artist of all time was a humble man child, who respected women, loved children and cared about our environment. He was not a heroine junkie, a private man who did not share his disease even all the way back in 1993 even though he was accused of wanting to become a “White Man”. He was eccentric. Hanging out with animals and caring about them. @t This article covers multiple sources, some of which I had read previously. Michael Jackson was a multi talented millionaire pop star, who was not an alcoholic, was a caring father, a filial son, Treated women with respect, cared about the planet and it’s beings. The press that constantly kept DASHING him, had found a way to subvert their guilt. All those years of calling him a “Jacko”, “monkey” and many more hurtful things was justified if he was a paedophile. They NEEDED him to be guilty. Such a man cannot exist in Hollywood. Such public shaming had allowed and to this day allows Michael to be a victim to all this slander. Please do a piece, if not one that exonerates him then one that once and for all cements the fact the Michael Jackson, the greatest pop star, the first African American Idol was a paedophile. Not through unknown sources or flimsy headlines but through concrete proof. A news echoing in a closed chamber will not reach anyone, most fans who what to know the truth know it, other people will read the headlines but not the explanations. It’s about time the general public knows. Please do a piece on Michael, the blatant mistreatment by the media, The systematic racism he faced during his trials. Please don’t let the first African American Singer be remembered for the things he did not do, He was weird, weird enough to annoy Freddie Mercury with Bubbles feedbacks, weird enough to let kids crack raw eggs over Michael Jackson, Weird enough to play water balloons with children. But he was not a paedophile and the world needs to acknowledge that. He was in no way a “Perfect Human” but he tried his best to live right and we should not punish him for doing that. On this year please exonerate this Black man, the Justice System has done it two decades ago, it’s about time everyone else does. Please do a piece on Michael Jackson.
eeeaten 6 kun oldin
michael jackson was on american idol?
Rachieru382 6 kun oldin
Shout out to the nurse I yelled at when I was little after she gave me a vaccine shot. I appreciate that you still gave me stickers after an adorable dressing down and kept doing your job. I also really appreciate not contracting a highly communicable, potentially deforming and/or lethal disease. You're an MVP in the fight against childhood diseases. Thanks.
Rohan van der Have
Rohan van der Have 6 kun oldin
Relative once again with covid vaccines rolling out ..
John Cruz
John Cruz 6 kun oldin
This guy's an idiot!
eeeaten 3 kun oldin
@Mathias Loen yeah that's the john i meant.
Mathias Loen
Mathias Loen 3 kun oldin
@eeeaten nah, he's looking in the mirror
eeeaten 6 kun oldin
which guy? you mean john?
Hen Bensen
Hen Bensen 6 kun oldin
Great show John. In fact you are by far the funniest comedian on TV. GREAT WORK JOHN!
dan hemmerling
dan hemmerling 6 kun oldin
2021 wants you to revisit this subject. I can see the COVID Vaccine being a doozy.
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Phillip Walklett
Phillip Walklett 6 kun oldin
Are you English,,,,NO American can be this senseable,,,, You son is a little belter,,,hope he's well n bein brill !!
barb moody
barb moody 6 kun oldin
Sadly and somewhat amazingly Trump did have a point when it comes to vaccines for babies. A newborn does not develop is own immune system until I is about 6 months old. Until then they depend on their mother milk for its immunity. So how does it make sense to give a vaccine to a baby without an immune system. I believe there is a huge middle ground between the two extremes of this debate and I believe that that middle ground may just be the perfect solution.
eeeaten 6 kun oldin
that is not accurate. if you find yourself agreeing with trump about anything it's a good idea to reconsider your position on that issue. a newborn is born with the ability to mount an immune response, some of this is from its mother and wanes in the first few weeks. as soon as they are born, babies are exposed to a multitude of pathogens - without an immune system any one of these could kill them. a baby's immune system matures at 2-3 months. in the us just one vaccine is given at birth, and this vaccine (hepb) has been shown to be safe and effective for newborns. in other countries there are two other vaccines given to newborns, both have been shown to be safe and effective, reducing the harm done by the diseases they prevent.
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Kermit 2
Kermit 2 6 kun oldin
Alex Jones is far-right.
eeeaten 6 kun oldin
@Kermit 2 true, that is frightening, even for those of us who don't live in the us. it seems to me the american public (or at least 45% of them) have a long and proud history of believing any nonsense going. you have my best wishes for the possibly scary future. let's hope reason can overcome stupidity.
Kermit 2
Kermit 2 6 kun oldin
@eeeaten The one that's going to pop up in America eventually, whether that be Trump or some other, more savvy and literate Conservative. We've seen how his base treats Trump, just imagine if Trump was smarter than he already is.
eeeaten 6 kun oldin
@Kermit 2 which dictator?
Kermit 2
Kermit 2 6 kun oldin
@eeeaten It seems people who are the absolute worst in society are all the rage. There's only 1 way to stop a dictator though.
eeeaten 6 kun oldin
@Kermit 2 i don't know how it's allowed, surely anyone can see how bad this guy is for society. but if you tried to can him you'd be the illuminati controlling the media. lose-lose.
Tango Seagull
Tango Seagull 7 kun oldin
Um, accidental? What is being implied here?
darlene v johnson
darlene v johnson 7 kun oldin
don't trust big pharma, a bunch of drug pushers.
eeeaten 6 kun oldin
so we should trust doctors, hospitals and medical scientists instead, yeah?
Ed Schroedinger
Ed Schroedinger 7 kun oldin
1:45 ...while at it, can we extend on this and record that it's easy to see @ 3:55 that also: tiny horses are not children!
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andrew smith 7 kun oldin
i wonder why he didn't show kamala and sleepy joe questioning the vaccine...SHOCKER
TheBrainFlow 7 kun oldin
TheBrainFlow 7 kun oldin
The only people who shouldn’t like vaccines are children bc they’re (mostly) afraid of needles. Beyond that, you’re just being ignorant.
Kirk Thiets
Kirk Thiets 7 kun oldin
I only watched because this video is 3 years old.
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Argh JayEm 7 kun oldin
Or as the fun doctor puts it “there will be a small prick and then it will all be over” aka his Friday night....
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Joe - Biden 7 kun oldin
If the Internet thinks they are stupid, THEY ARE REALLY FUCKING STUPID.
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Robert Peterson 8 kun oldin
Your son is too cute and precious. I hope he is doing well.
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SingenStatt Atmen 9 kun oldin
How lovely that Trump was already working hard to make people distrust vaccines before we even had a global pandemic. That guy really did have a long-time gameplan to get all of his supporters to die unnecessary deaths.
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GreenCut Arena 9 kun oldin
Healthy triplet babies get the vaccine on the same day and within 24hrs all 3 babies shutdown and are injured for life. You will reap what you sow. If this was 60 yrs. ago you would be with the bribed doctors that endorsed the statement "9 out of 10 doctors recommend camel cigarettes" and you would be debunking, insulting and discrediting the 1 doctor that didn't sell his soul. You would be with the 90% of the bribed doctors that spoke " correlation does not imply causation" against the direct link of increased diseases. No matter how strong the correlation! In fact bribed doctors implied that there was a health benefit to smoking. History is repeating itself. We have 9 out of 10 doctors recommending the increase in immunization shots for the young and denying the the strong correlation of an explosion of increased immune diseases attacking the young. Countries that give the most vaccines have the highest cases of immune diseases. The thinking is more dangerous today. In the past nobody was forced by the big tobacco industries to buy their products. Today big pharma forces you to buy their products. Research: PHILIP MORRIS - "SCIENTIFICALLY PROVED FAR LESS IRRITATING TO THE NOSE AND THROAT For more than 50 years, tobacco ads focused on dispelling growing fears that cigarettes have a negative impact on health. By the time the US Surgeon General published the report of 1964, the detrimental effects of tobacco were well documented. Over 7,000 scientific studies connected smoking with emphysema, heart disease and various other conditions, and a causal link was made with lung cancer. In the years before the Surgeon General's report, tobacco companies did their best to bury the truth. They found doctors willing to justify the brazen claims made by their ads in exchange for fat payments worth almost half the physicians' annual salaries. The 1940 Philip Morris advertisement pictured above is a prime example of a cigarette company making ludicrous claims supposedly backed up by science." LUCKY STRIKE - "SMOKE A LUCKY TO FEEL YOUR LEVEL BEST The fact that many major otolaryngologists testified before Congress against the Surgeon General's findings is alarming. For Robert Jackler, this serves as a caution to current health professionals. "Ethically, a physician must always act on behalf of the well-being of patients," he says, adding: "Responsible industries balance their need to maximize profits with a commitment to improve the health of their consumers." CAMELS - "MORE DOCTORS SMOKE CAMELS In the words of professor of otolaryngology Robert Jackler, MD, tobacco "companies successfully influenced these physicians not only to promote the notion that smoking was healthful, but actually to recommend it as a treatment for throat irritation." This 1946 advertisement claims that "more doctors smoke Camels than any other cigarette." According to research carried out by Stanford University, R.J. Reynolds, the company behind the Camel brand, paid to have surveys carried out at medical conventions. In order to skew the results, doctors were given free packets of cigarettes; then afterwards, they were questioned about either which type of cigarettes they had in their pockets or which brand they liked best." Same story. Every generation thinking they are smarter than the last generation. The masses deceived, insulting and attacking the minority that warns them. It is the unbroken vicious cycle of history.
Soledad Tohav
Soledad Tohav 9 kun oldin
amazing! 2011 was the year i got measles in Berlin. i guess it just wasn't common yet when/where i got vaccinated back in the day
Larry Beckstead
Larry Beckstead 9 kun oldin
Mr Oliver, you are a detriment to your audience and your twisted sick humour does nothing to build your credibility on your quite obvious lack of medical expertise! Perhaps, you should consider a career change; however, you probably wouldn’t do so well without a fake audience imposed laugh track. Sad little man, you are.
Brock Carlson
Brock Carlson 6 kun oldin
Oh and where did you get your medical liscence? Facebook?
Mountain N
Mountain N 9 kun oldin
I am 64 years old and I went back to my children's shot records 40 years ago, and looked at the schedule for vaccinations and I was shocked at how much difference it was from 1979 till now. I would never give my little baby as many vaccines from birth to five as they do now. I would space them out and despite what people think, parents do have rights and they can insist The doctors space them out.
Brock Carlson
Brock Carlson 6 kun oldin
Mountain N
Mountain N 6 kun oldin
@Brock Carlson It is extremely hard on a little babies body to give that many shots all at once! And IMO, I would much rather be on the cautious side then take a chance with my child's life
Brock Carlson
Brock Carlson 6 kun oldin
There is no medical reason for doing that whatsoever though
Ac K
Ac K 9 kun oldin
I have autism and I like to say fuck you to everyone who says vaccines cause autism. However, my parents always joke that if vaccines would cause autism, my autism would be cured, because autism can't be doubled.
Jimmy Swaggart
Jimmy Swaggart 8 kun oldin
You know what I think your onto something there that is the same logic as the anti vaxers use so it must be right😁
Risa Pine
Risa Pine 9 kun oldin
This is really annoying
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Eva Makarski 9 kun oldin
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Isaac Rios
Isaac Rios 10 kun oldin
From the future in 2021 here and lemme tell you....we're in a pandemic and people would rather die from the virus then take a chance with a vaccine. 🤦🏽‍♂️
Brock Carlson
Brock Carlson 6 kun oldin
Fine screw you more vaccines for people who want to get the Darwin awards
alpha code
alpha code 10 kun oldin
Whats more mysterious than UZpost recommendations in covid times is that why we, humanity, don't learn from past mistakes even after being spanked harder.
David Salour
David Salour 10 kun oldin
Don't worry people you know how natural selection works. Stupid die and smart live.
Jenn Watson
Jenn Watson 10 kun oldin
I love the show but the canned laugh...
Lavar Ball
Lavar Ball 11 kun oldin
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Bradley Watts
Bradley Watts 11 kun oldin
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Zippy Ustar
Zippy Ustar 11 kun oldin
I was vaccinated, my son was vaccinated. My Father lived in a country watched many die he was lucky to be leaving that corner of the world and survive. He loved me enough to make an appointment and got me all my vaccinations. I don’t remember getting them because I was too young to remember same as my son. We both have had healthy lives at 62 son 44. If you listen to idiots who are good comedians your lack of attention to science is your problem your kids never had a chance
fgkpev 11 kun oldin
I had the Measles and a child and grew up in a place where just about every child got it. No one was concerned that children would die or be permanently harmed if they got the Measles because they knew the disease well. They knew that once you get the Measles you cannot get it again, which is an infinitely higher level of immunity than one can get from the vaccine. But if you get the Measles as an adult a lot of the serious harms the "expert" in your comedy show listed are a real possibility. That is why it is preferable for people to get the measles as a child and get it over with.
Brock Carlson
Brock Carlson 6 kun oldin
That's not the point of a vaccone though sure if you got measles youd probably be fine but not everyoene is born so lucky there are people who cant be vaccinated because they are allergic or have immune systems that are too weak this people could die from the disease and getting the vaccine prevents you from catching it in the first place and spreading it around
icurhuman2 Jorgensen
icurhuman2 Jorgensen 11 kun oldin
Barron Trump is autistic , 100 %.
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