An anti-vaxx mother took to social media this week to ask for prayers after her daughter was vaccinated against her will, and the internet responded spectacularly...
It's quite remarkable that there are still anti-vaxxers out there, isn't it?
via: Getty ImagesI know, even in 2020.
But what exactly is an anti-vaxxer?
via: Getty ImagesWell, an anti-vaxxer is a person who opposes vaccinations in children and the laws made that mandate the vaccination.
Anti-vaxxers aren't malicious...
via: GettyThey simply believe that there are healthier alternatives to vaccinations, but many argue their naivety puts their children in great danger.
This is a case of better education.Parents need to be educated properly about vaccinations because, at the end of the day, babies and children are not capable of learning about the vaccines they need.
And what anti-vaxxers need to realize is...
via: GettyNot vaccinating children is a very, very dangerous game to play.
But, sadly, there's frequently no reasoning with these people.
via: GettyAnti-vaxxers are notoriously stubborn, and attempts at educating them have been known to fall upon deaf ears in the past.
So, of course...
Any opportunity to roast an anti-vaxxer over the internet is taken with the utmost enthusiasm.
I'm screaming at these memes roasting anti vaxxers https://t.co/mKi5IDq14N— inosuke's pr manager (@inosuke's pr manager)1550965122.0
And this brings us to today's story.An anti-vaxx mom has been spectacularly roasted on Twitter after she took to the social media site to implore for help, advice, and "prayers" following her daughter being vaccinated.
Twitter user, Lisa Davis, wrote this:
"I have a big prayer request. My husband and mother-in-law have my oldest daughter with them at their house. They got her 4 vaccines today without asking me. I am anti-vaccines. Please pray she will be ok."
I have a big prayer request. My husband and mother in law have my oldest daughter with them at their house. They go… https://t.co/vfpe4V70v3— Prophet Lisa (@Prophet Lisa)1565220548.0
I mean, she was asking for a roasting, wasn't she?Of course, the Twitter community went to town on her and responded with vigor... And sarcasm, of course. Keep scrolling to see some of the best responses...
@angel28kc She should be safe after the vaccines. The great news is that she should be emitting 5G signals so you c… https://t.co/sT0iqmh2nq— Nikhil Amin (@Nikhil Amin)1607936632.0
@angel28kc I’m sending huge prayers for your husband and your children, who sadly have to deal with you 24/7— Sharon The Pirate Queen ☮💜 🏴☠️ (@Sharon The Pirate Queen ☮💜 🏴☠️)1565364943.0
@angel28kc Sure thing. I'll be praying for him to get sole custody of the kids.— Roberto Shenanigans (@Roberto Shenanigans)1565314708.0
@angel28kc I am so sorry to hear that your daughter has a greatly reduced chance of both dying from preventable dis… https://t.co/mDQ97uCxre— Luͽifɘr (@Luͽifɘr)1565320670.0
@angel28kc I'd pray for her if she wasn't vaccinated.— Leslieoo7 ☠️ 🇺🇲 (@Leslieoo7 ☠️ 🇺🇲)1565276792.0
@angel28kc I will pray that you come to your senses.— Rob Graham (@Rob Graham)1565274023.0
@angel28kc I pray for people every day. I'm sorry but I won't be roped into praying for your concern over vaccinati… https://t.co/2ykXXjt5oJ— Ginger Snapped ❤ (@Ginger Snapped ❤)1565313960.0
@angel28kc I have great news for you: Your kids will be just fine! In fact, your dear husband and his mother have p… https://t.co/gubQVhnqcY— @DivorceReligion (@@DivorceReligion)1565365688.0
@angel28kc No need to pray, your daughter will be okay, thanks to her grandparents 👍🏼— Tannie (@Tannie)1565368774.0
@angel28kc Lisa. Trust science. Trust medical professionals. This is a great thing. I’m sorry you have been misinformed about vaccines.— lulu 🌊 ⚖️🇺🇸 (@lulu 🌊 ⚖️🇺🇸)1565372429.0