John Oliver Proves He Knows Vaccine Injury Like He Does Islamic Terrorism

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John Oliver with scene from Bataclan Theatre massacre by ISIS terrorists in Paris, November 13th, 2015

There is nothing more damning of John Oliver than the words of John Oliver. All of the following are from his June 25th episode of Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.

On President Trump’s decision to space out vaccinations:

…it’s the middle ground between sense and nonsense. It’s like saying, ‘It would be crazy to eat that entire bar of soap, so I’ll just eat half of it.’

On exonerated British doctor Andrew Wakefield:

He’s basically the Lance Armstrong of doctors.

On mercury in flu shots still given to pregnant mothers:

So we essentially spent time and energy solving a problem that never existed. It’s like spending years fighting to get marshmallows out of Lucky Charms because a few people think minions can choke to death on them. 

On retired Congressman Dan Burton’s issue with lack of safety studies:

Proving a negative is an impossible standard. And that is also a slippery slope, because it means that I can say to youYouDan Burton, are a DONKEY FUCKER!’

Yet knowingly proving a negative to prove there is no conspiracy to cover up vaccine harms, falsely claiming:

On those rare occasions when there have been issues with vaccines, they’ve been pulled and fast. And I know that that explanation will still not satisfy some.

Finally, and worst of all, on his own infant son born premature:

We are vaccinating him fully, on schedule. And if I can overcome the temptation to listen to the irrational shouting of my terrified lizard brain, then I believe that everyone can.

Captain Picard facepalm


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10 Thoughts on “John Oliver Proves He Knows Vaccine Injury Like He Does Islamic Terrorism

  1. eddieunwind on July 1, 2017 at 9:38 am said:

    A comedian with a premature son babbles at inordinate length against the anti-vaxers.

    Something’s up…

    It sounds to me as though he may already have witnessed problems with his son that he’s desperately trying to rationalise, having little recourse but to mock those who would have chosen the path of his “terrified lizard brain”. If so, it’s truly sad stuff.

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  3. Have any of the commenters above actually read the studies in JAMA and Pediatrics journal proving there is no link between vaccines and neurocognitive disorders? Yes, vaccines can cause harm and come with risks to a subset of children, but the risks on a population level pale in comparison to the benefits of vaccination. We as a society accept the risk of rare serious side-effects so millions of children can lead healthy lives.

    Eddieunwind: premature births occurred far before the advent of vaccines. How on earth did you relate the two?

  4. Stephen Falk on January 30, 2018 at 11:05 am said:

    Oh Wendy

    He wasn’t babbling.
    He was making coherent, cogent arguments for vaccinating children.
    Between the comedic jabs he pointed out his own fears regarding vaccinating his
    There was nothing there indicating he saw problems.
    In spite of some of the idiots posting here.

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