Anecdotes, poorly designed studies top list of acceptable evidence for anti-vaccers

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AUSTIN, TX – The Anti-Vaccine Society for Acceptable Evidence has released a new report to its members letting them know that the only acceptable forms of evidence are anecdotes from fellow anti-vaccers and studies conducted by anti-vaccine researchers.

“The biggest thing they must remember is that any study conducted by a respected scientist or doctor is not to be believed. Any study which shows vaccines are safe and/or efficacious are to be completely ignored.” – Jenny McCarthy

“We like to keep our cult members up-to-date on what they should and shouldn’t believe,” said Jenny McCarthy, VP of Research. “The biggest thing they must remember is that any study conducted by a respected scientist or doctor is not to be believed. Any study which shows vaccines are safe and/or efficacious are to be completely ignored.”

Some critics argue that the Society is not really needed, since anti-vaccers tend to already do all of these things on their own anyways.

“I haven’t read nor understood a study or trial which was not done by an anti-vaccine researcher in years,” said Tanners dad, Tim. “I get my evidence and do my research on social media and anti-vaccine conspiracy sites. That is where you get the real truth.”

Anti-vaccers across the globe have reportedly accepted the decree from their anti-vaccine overlords and will continue to treat anecdotes as gospel and lend more credence to unrepeatable studies done by anti-vaccine researchers over any other.

 

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