Anti-Vaxxers Are Furious About Krispy Kreme's Doughnut Offer | 22 Words

Anti-vaxxers are, of course, furious about Krispy Kreme's free donut offer...

And it's all to do with the COVID-19 vaccination.

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Are we really surprised? Of course we aren't!

Because sadly, there are still anti-vaxxers out there.

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But what exactly is an anti-vaxxer?

Technically speaking...

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An anti-vaxxer is basically a person who opposes vaccinations and the laws made that mandate the vaccination.

And we must say...

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We don't agree with the beliefs of anti-vaxxers, at all.

People who are against vaccines not only put themselves in danger...

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But their children too.

Of course, it's important to be reminded that not all anti-vaxxers aren't malicious...

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They simply believe there are healthier alternatives to vaccinations, but their naivety puts their children in great danger.

This is a case of better education.

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Parents need to be educated properly about vaccinations as, at the end of the day, babies and children aren' t capable of learning about the vaccines they need.

But as with any group...

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Comes the extremists... And anti-vaxxer extremists are pretty intense.

Which has been proven this week.

Early yesterday morning, donut giant Krispy Kreme announced that it would give a free OG-doughnut to anyone who shows their vax-card inside its stores or at the drive-thru window through till the end of the year.

In a statement as per Vice, Krispy Kreme Chief Marketing Officer Dave Skena said:

"We all want to get COVID-19 behind us as fast as possible and we want to support everyone doing their part to make the country safe by getting vaccinated as soon as the vaccine is available to them."

Seems fair enough, right?

Well, extreme anti-vaxxers have had something to say about it.

So, as you can see...

‚ÄčAnti-vaxxers are still very much a thing.

Do you think it's a good idea for Krispy Kreme to be doing this offer? Or do you think, as anti-vaxxers do, it's irresponsible and unnecessary?