Dr. Suzanne Humphries kicked out of Doctors Against Vaccines for not having online supplement store

Dr. Suzanne Humphries kicked out of Doctors Against Vaccines for not having online supplement store

In a move that shocked the anti-vaccine movement to its core, Dr. Suzanne Humphries was kicked out of the organization Doctors Against Vaccines for not having online supplement store. Founding members of the organization including Drs. Larry Palevsky,  Joseph Mercola, Sherri Tenpenny, and Toni Bark expressed regret at seeing one of their colleagues being forced out of the organization, but were unanimous in their agreement that the decision was the correct one. All of these doctors have made considerable sums of money selling their online wares to patients and strangers alike.

Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, president of DAV told The Spudd, “She fits the bill perfectly in many ways. She has no training in immunology. She has no publications on vaccines. She embraces homeopathy. She is selling a book. But, she doesn’t have an online store. That shows that at a fundamental level, she doesn’t understand what this movement is all about.”

A stunned Dr. Humphries told The Spudd that while she understood not having an online supplement store was a stain on her anti-vaccine credentials, “I do suggest vitamin C for every disease known to man, and I do charge people an outrageous amount of money to receive it. There are papers from the 1930s showing the science behind this. Just because random people can’t buy my products off the internet doesn’t mean I am not anti-vaccine to the core.”

 

  • Dorit

    If that’s the problem, it’s fixable. Was Dr. Humphries given a chance to open such a store before the decision was made?

  • Barbara V.

    This is brilliant and funny, and Dr Suzanne does recommend vitamin C as a cure all for everything!

    • Diet dee

      Because vitamin c can help the body fight many infections especially if its given IV

  • sabelmouse

    the onion has competition i see. pity it uses it’s efforts on the wrong subjects if this is anything to go by.

    • Rough beast

      Yes, satire for the sake of silly fun is one thing, but satire that actually makes comments on the state of society, that is entirely out of bounds.

      • sabelmouse

        no it isn’t, but like charlie hebno you’re making mostly fun of victims rather than oppressors, and you’re doing it badly.