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Autism Investigated VLOG: CureGear’s Epic Vaccine Troll Fail

Please watch the above video of how CureGear failed to troll anti-vaxxers and got trolled instead. And please don’t forget to subscribe to Autism Investigated’s YouTube channel!

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CureGear Goes Full Crybaby Gear, Bans Autism Investigated

Calling All Anti-Vaxxers! Troll CureGear’s Vaccine Troll Attempt!

Now please go and read CureGear’s pathetic comment:

For those engaging in the vaccine debate, we deeply thank you for your passion and commitment to public health.

Please remember, vocal anti-vaxxers cannot be reasoned with. No amount of evidence will ever convince them otherwise. They simply ignore and reject scientific evidence that counters their arguments. Once a vaccine denier’s beliefs feel threatened, they will use personal attacks and insults. We try to delete these comments when we see them, but with so many in this post, it’s very difficult to do. 

Our goal with this shirt is to convince those on the fence. You probably know someone who just isn’t sure what to do. They aren’t vaccine deniers, they are simply hesitant. They’ve heard the fear mongering from the vaccine deniers, but they’ve also heard about the benefits from science, medical, and public officials. These are the people we should all aim to nudge in the right direction.

CureGear Goes Full Crybaby Gear, Bans Autism Investigated

Yes, it has happened. Autism Investigated was banned from the Facebook page of CureGear for turning CureGear’s troll attempt against itself. CureGear obviously went into CryBaby gear after seeing:

CureGear’s “Vaccines Cause Adults” campaign drew the notable support of both fake news and Chelsea Clinton. But as with the vaccine lobby’s previous troll attempts, Autism Investigated shot back with some trolling of its own.

Naturally, CureGear didn’t like that and blocked Autism Investigated from commenting on its Facebook page. The photo-shopped “Vaccines Cause Incontinent Adults” pics that AI’s editor left on CureGear’s Facebook threads were also removed. Before they were removed, however, they garnered the usual unintelligible responses from the vaccine crowd which is known for using fake accounts.

“Vaccines cause anti vaxers to be dicks,” one person angrily replied to Autism Investigated’s photo-shopped image.

CureGear did not reply to Autism Investigated directly, but did show that all it wanted to do was troll:

This post has opened our eyes to the misinformation and paranoia out there. Thank you anti-vaxxers who chimed in, because of you we’ll work even harder to raise money and educate everyone we can about the wonders of modern science and vaccines! 

Except wonders that aren’t wonderful.