Anti-Anti-Vaxxers | April 3, 2019 Act 2 | Full Frontal on TBS

  • Published on Apr 4, 2019
  • The Anti-vaxx movement is bringing long eliminated diseases back into fashion, but the teens are way ahead of the trend. Ethan Lindenberger takes Sam back to school.
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  • Joseph LaFrance
    Joseph LaFrance Day ago

    Theres no proof that vacinations cause autism … show me proof or shut up

  • Jenny Shull
    Jenny Shull 8 days ago

    Your storage areas in your body are like computers storage areas just because u delete something don’t mean it’s gone. Information doesn’t disappear no matter what u say or do. Your storage areas never 100% turn off. When u try to add new data sometimes the data is incompatible. No matter what u do the data won’t be compatible. U can’t force the data to be compatible. U can find data that is compatible. Your body or computer will be better for it. And possibly accept new data.
    But u need to take in consideration where u are loading the data from and to. So there will be no problems down the line. Remember data loading is a multi highway that needs to be treated with respect and understanding. It also needs comprise and maintenance.
    Sorry if none of that made sense or offend anyone.
    In a nutshell people are stubborn and want what is best for the people they love. Don’t like being told how to care for their loved ones unless they ask. Because being unable to something is a sign of weakness. Asking for help makes one feel like a loser. And that data can’t be deleted no matter how hard anyone tries. That data will remain until the universe ends. Circle debates are not helpful but they do make people feel like winners or losers. If u want something done your way do it your self.

  • Watt Ng
    Watt Ng 8 days ago

    If idiot lindenberger became autistic the world would be convince but sadly he did not.

  • Death Destroyer
    Death Destroyer 9 days ago

    Me: *gets vaccinated*
    Anti-vaxxer: I diagnose you with death.

  • iloveheltondog23
    iloveheltondog23 9 days ago

    Thank you for supporting autistic people samantha! I wish anti vax parents of autistic children were more like you, I imagine it must be pretty awful for kids of parents like Jenny Mcarthy to know their parents think their is something fundamentally wrong with them

  • Semmelein
    Semmelein 24 days ago

    That was amazing! 😆

    LORD RAGE SCOUT Month ago +1

    Vaccines work but im not vaxxinated i may die before the age of 16.

  • H.B.C. Reloaded
    H.B.C. Reloaded Month ago

    Rebel against your parents, kids but NEVER, EVER question the lab coats!

  • H.B.C. Reloaded
    H.B.C. Reloaded Month ago

    “I didn’t want to die from tuberculosis “
    There is no tuberculosis vaccine, by the way.

    • H.B.C. Reloaded
      H.B.C. Reloaded 22 days ago

      “Well funded anti vax groups “
      Pharmaceutical companies are well funded enough to pay off main stream talk show hosts, apparently.

    • H.B.C. Reloaded
      H.B.C. Reloaded 22 days ago

      Maya Zulf, “Bacille Calmette-Guérin (BCG) is a vaccine for tuberculosis (TB) disease. This vaccine is not widely used in the United States”

    • Maya Zulf
      Maya Zulf 22 days ago

      Yes there is

  • H.B.C. Reloaded
    H.B.C. Reloaded Month ago +1

    From the pre vaccines era, you see pictures of the old one room schoolhouses. They only had one grade back then(pre-K,)because you were dead by 4.

  • Erica Tompkins
    Erica Tompkins Month ago

    This is the dumbest video I’ve ever seen.

  • DoZem
    DoZem Month ago

    The worst side effect of vaccines is living, very bad I know

  • Joel Jeong
    Joel Jeong Month ago

    Shes not a clown

    She an entire circus

  • Kedrick the Head Trip

    The pharmaceutical industry is systematically poisoning the populace to sell drugs. The vaccinated majority are more likely to catch whooping cough than the unvaccinated minority. The press neglects to mention unvaccinated people who didn't catch measles. Vaccines can cause seizures, coma, encephalitis, and death to name a few of their hazards. Deaths from infectious diseases were on the decline by 90 percent before vaccines. Sanitation reduces the spread of infectious diseases. Pharmaceutical companies don't "save lives", that wouldn't be profitable. A minority can't "weaken herd immunity". Measles isn't usually fatal, prior generations knew surviving measles and chickenpox was a rite of passage during childhood. Anybody who survived measles is less susceptible to cancer, Parkinson's disease, and other diseases. Vaccines contain carcinogens and neurotoxins.

    • TheNarkDight
      TheNarkDight 4 days ago

      Kedrick the Head Trip ...but it’s safer to try and brave these diseases, according to you.

  • Eliminator
    Eliminator Month ago

    Absolutely idiotic parents are these.

  • B E P S U K I R B
    B E P S U K I R B Month ago

    No, I am an anti-vaxxer of 5 kids and they are still alive!
    Edit: 4 kids
    Edit: 3 kids

  • Axolotl Gamer
    Axolotl Gamer Month ago

    If vaccines did cause autism (I know they don’t) than anti vaxx parents would rather kids be dead than autistic
    Also autism is a spectrum disorder not all autistic people are incapable

  • Niccy Cawkwell
    Niccy Cawkwell Month ago

    As a mother of 2 autistic children, i can honestly say that the vaccines DID NOT make them that way! They were born like this and Autism is NOT the worse that can happen. Burying your child is the worse especially when the cause could have been prevented through vaccines!

  • Be B.
    Be B. Month ago

    Samantha, Please consider that vaccines could be made without harmful ingredients like aluminum
    US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health

    Format: AbstractSend to
    Autoimmun Rev. 2019 Jul;18(7):691-705. doi: 10.1016/j.autrev.2019.05.006. Epub 2019 May 4.
    Myalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome following immunization: macrophagic myofasciitis and animal studies support linkage to aluminum adjuvant persistency and diffusion in the immune system.
    Gherardi RK1, Crépeaux G2, Authier FJ3.

    Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) is a multifactorial and poorly undersood disabling disease. We present epidemiological, clinical and experimental evidence that ME/CFS constitutes a major type of adverse effect of vaccines, especially those containing poorly degradable particulate aluminum adjuvants. Evidence has emerged very slowly due to the multiplicity, lack of specificity, delayed onset, and frequent medical underestimation of ME/CFS symptoms. It was supported by an epidemiological study comparing vaccinated vs unvaccinated militaries that remained undeployed during Gulf War II. Affected patients suffer from cognitive dysfunction affecting attention, memory and inter-hemispheric connexions, well correlated to brain perfusion defects and associated with a stereotyped and distinctive pattern of cerebral glucose hypometabolism. Deltoid muscle biopsy performed to investigate myalgia typically yields macrophagic myofasciitis (MMF), a histological biomarker assessing longstanding persistency of aluminum agglomerates within innate immune cells at site of previous immunization. MMF is seemingly linked to altered mineral particle detoxification by the xeno/autophagy machinery. Comparing toxicology of different forms of aluminum and different types of exposure is misleading and inadequate and small animal experiments have turned old dogma upside down. Instead of being rapidly solubilized in the extracellular space, injected aluminum particles are quickly captured by immune cells and transported to distant organs and the brain where they elicit an inflammatory response and exert selective low dose long-term neurotoxicity. Clinical observations and experiments in sheep, a large animal like humans, confirmed both systemic diffusion and neurotoxic effects of aluminum adjuvants. Post-immunization ME/CFS represents the core manifestation of "autoimmune/inflammatory syndrome induced by adjuvants" (ASIA).
    Author information
    Inserm U955 E10 (Biology of the neuromuscular system), Paris Est Créteil University, 94010 Créteil, France; Neuromuscular Pathology Expert Centre, Henri Mondor University hospital, Assistance Publique-Hôpitaux de Paris, 94010 Créteil, France. Electronic address:
    Inserm U955 E10 (Biology of the neuromuscular system), Paris Est Créteil University, 94010 Créteil, France; Ecole Nationale Vétérinaire d'Alfort, Maisons-Alfort, France.
    Inserm U955 E10 (Biology of the neuromuscular system), Paris Est Créteil University, 94010 Créteil, France; Neuromuscular Pathology Expert Centre, Henri Mondor University hospital, Assistance Publique-Hôpitaux de Paris, 94010 Créteil, France.

    Copyright © 2019 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

    • TheNarkDight
      TheNarkDight 4 days ago

      DM584 you might as well give up. They’re not worth the energy to reason with.

    • DM584
      DM584 Month ago

      @Be B.
      *"You are absolutely correct and the more you add the greater the concentration and potential for harm. "*
      I don't think you get my point. You claimed that any amount of aluminum is too much, which is a nonsensical argument since every single person has some amount of aluminum in their bloodstream. Someone who actually understood this topic would not say that. For example, a doctor or medical scientist would actually look up the concentration of aluminum necessary to induce toxicity and compare that to what is used in vaccines.

      *"You are so convinced that the results are in however I am not based on the simple existence of people today continuing to experience harmful side effects"*
      Except none of that is true. There's no evidence that vaccines cause aluminum or mercury toxicity. Again, you're taking a very unscientific approach and basically saying "vaccines have aluminum and people report side effects from vaccines. That must be due to aluminum toxicity". That's not how this works. If you think that the vast majority of doctors are wrong, then the burden of proof is on you - show some evidence that vaccines cause aluminum toxicity.

      *"The science for the safety of vaccines is a work in progress and not conclusive.
      That's a somewhat meaningless statement because all of science is a "work in progress". Doctors and scientists are continuously trying to improve. They don't need people with no education telling them what to do. If you have a sincere interest in this topic, then I suggest you go spend 8-10 years becoming an MD or PhD and then do research on vaccines.

    • Be B.
      Be B. Month ago

      @DM584 "There is literally a low concentration of aluminum in your blood all the time. Toxicity always depends on a certain threshold concentration." You are absolutely correct and the more you add the greater the concentration and potential for harm. Ever hear of detoxing? There is a reason for that term. Sadly aluminum is one substance that you can not remove once it enters the body. Mercury toxicity and the damage it causes is another heavy metal people are trying to eliminate from their body. Since you continually mention education you must be far superior and therefor surely you recognize that science as well as potential medical progress have always been based on a system of trial and error. Hence the need for testing and experimenting. You are so convinced that the results are in however I am not based on the simple existence of people today continuing to experience harmful side effects that have at times been fatal. The science for the safety of vaccines is a work in progress and not conclusive.

    • DM584
      DM584 Month ago +1

      @Be B.
      *"For me there is no safe level of these ingredients in the human body and they don't belong there."*
      Yeah that's because you never went to medical school and took a basic pharmacology class. There is literally a low concentration of aluminum in your blood all the time. Toxicity *always* depends on a certain threshold concentration. You're trying to take a completely unscientific approach to this and give people the impression that vaccines are dangerous, which is such total nonsense.

      *"There is no debate because you refuse to even consider that vaccines could be manufactured without these harmful at any level ingredients"*
      There's no debate because you don't have the education necessary to question how vaccines should be made, and you keep insisting that these ingredients are toxic without and proof.

      *"How many woman trusted the doctors who prescribed Thalidomide for morning sickness..."*
      Yeah and guess who eventually discovered that thalidomide was teratogenic...doctors and scientists. If you go back in time far enough, you could blame doctors for using leeches too. Blaming modern medicine for historical mistakes (which were brought to light by doctors, themselves) is unreasonable.

  • Be B.
    Be B. Month ago

    The website lists the Vaccine Excipient Summary. The premise to introduce the body to small amounts of disease so that the immune system learns to fight it off is not the issue. Formaldehyde, aluminum, monosodium glutamate, recombinant human albumin {genetically engineered human protein}, bovine albumin and egg protein are only some of the many ingredients in vaccines such as Hep A/Hep B, Influenza, DTaP and MMR. Formaldehyde is a known carcinogen and aluminum is a toxic metal especially to the brain so injecting those substances into anyone doesn't make sense if the goal is to boost the immune system. Human albumin is derived from human blood. The vaccine package inserts do not specify the source of the human blood. Vaccines should be safe not toxic or potentially harmful. If they weren't potentially harmful then why did my pediatrician have me sign waivers listing the potential damage that could be caused to my child by vaccinations? Also if vaccines work so well then those who are vaccinated should have nothing to fear because they are "protected"

  • Wolfsong Moondancer

    The world needs an autistic. Newton, Tesla, Einstein, all of them are thought to have a form of autism, and the world needed their brain for progress. There is no progress in death or illness.

  • Randy Williams
    Randy Williams 2 months ago +1

    Now I’m wondering is there a law about kid getting vaccines without parents permission

  • Mark Anthony
    Mark Anthony 2 months ago


  • Sub Optimal
    Sub Optimal 2 months ago

    Playing Vaxxer roulette is like playing Russian roulette, except, when you lose, you're still alive, but your child suffers an enhanced risk of life-long injury or even death and your actions reduce the herd immunity necessary to protect the population. The world Health Organisation suggests Measles requires 95% immunisation to protect via herd immunity.
    Make sure you do the best for your children, get them vaccinated, as recommended by a registered and qualified health professional.
    If you're advised against vaccination, and the person claims to be a Doctor, report them to the authorities.

  • Glen Boniface
    Glen Boniface 2 months ago +2

    I don't care if people who refuse to be vaccinated die, but I do care if they infect somebody else.

    NATHAN McMAHAN 2 months ago

    "#resist" this is why nobody likes you

  • Rocio Monserrátt
    Rocio Monserrátt 2 months ago

    Way to go Ethan my man

  • Sushigaming
    Sushigaming 2 months ago

    I know a dude who has autism. And the poor guy has never been vaccinated

  • Sushigaming
    Sushigaming 2 months ago +1

    Antivaxers ❎
    Pro-death organization ✅

  • M0cnas
    M0cnas 2 months ago +1

    I bet all of them been vaccinated ages ago

  • Martin Powell
    Martin Powell 3 months ago +1

    The spread of dumbfuckery is simply amazing

  • sᶣᵞᵓᶜᵕᵇᵕs

    that pink-eye photoshoop was too good to be eating during bluuuuuuhhhhh

  • Moss Stirling
    Moss Stirling 3 months ago


  • Meme King
    Meme King 3 months ago

    I may be autistic but wow do they look like they have autism themselves! And I mean the bad kind

  • Natalie James
    Natalie James 3 months ago

    Over one third of the videos thumbs are downward.

  • deborahdoesscrap
    deborahdoesscrap 3 months ago +1

    Thank you so much for doing this video. I am a Registered Nurse and have seen my share of very sick neonates and children. There is a basic misunderstanding about the way vaccines work, the components of vaccinations and the risks involved. Anti-vaxx is a global threat to all of us. These people are simply misguided, poorly educated and have the types of personalities that buy into mass theories without a shred of evidence. Educate yourself people and don't just look at one side of the issue. It is easy to strike fear into the hearts of parents when you mention anything about potential danger to their children but people of average intelligence should be able to do research and find actual verifiable studies and information. Stop acting like a bunch of lemmings.

  • Cody Reber
    Cody Reber 3 months ago

    Its funnier because I've worked on set for riverdale. Back there on monday.

  • TheGrandy123
    TheGrandy123 3 months ago

    The son of my best friends is waiting for a graft. He can die because of antivax people!!!
    You cannot lock up a child for years due to some people stupidity.

  • Xanthorr
    Xanthorr 3 months ago +1

    Kid: "Mom, when I grow up, I wanna be a doctor."
    Anti-vaxx mom: "Im about to end this kid's whole carreer"

  • Flat Earth anti Vaxxer
    Flat Earth anti Vaxxer 3 months ago +1

    Anti vaxxers are real heroes. I don't want kids to get autismand cancer

  • 0 sorzen 0
    0 sorzen 0 3 months ago +3

    Twitter post I saw on reddit:
    “Im anti-van and I’m the proud mother of five healthy children
    Edit: 4 healthy children
    Edit: 3 healthy children
    Edit: 2 healthy children”

    • ExtantFrodo2
      ExtantFrodo2 2 months ago

      Dark, but it does get the message across.

  • tabby Ingram
    tabby Ingram 3 months ago

    vaccines are bad or u . haha anyone who says otters

  • Sharon Thunder
    Sharon Thunder 3 months ago

    Nazis used these tactics for the greater good. What a freaking tool.

  • Matt TheDestroyer 2
    Matt TheDestroyer 2 3 months ago +1

    5:08 why does she hate reddit?

  • ʜᴀɴᴢō
    ʜᴀɴᴢō 3 months ago

    Everyone loves screaming about how good they vaccines are but Bill gates openly said that we can reduce the population with vaccines. Let's use common sense here. What do you think he meant with that??

    • TheNarkDight
      TheNarkDight 4 days ago +1

      ExtantFrodo2 Amen. It’s not population control in the way most think, as in killing people. It’s population control in the sense that healthier children means not needing to have many kids which means lowered population. Finally someone gets it.

    • ExtantFrodo2
      ExtantFrodo2 2 months ago +1

      He meant exactly that. Better healthier children invariably means parents choose to have fewer.

  • lil boi
    lil boi 3 months ago +1

    How do anti-vaxx parents talk to their children?

    With an Oujia board.

  • Adam P
    Adam P 3 months ago +1

    I hate to tell you this, but anti vax is mainly an American thing. It seems denying science is really. Creationism, climate change deniers etc
    You don’t really get them anywhere else.

  • Attoh

    Anti-vaxxers are people who really hate their kids
    Really want more episodes of Frontierdale

  • Menameh
    Menameh 3 months ago

    Anti-vax Philosophy: a dead baby is better than an autistic one (I’m autistic)

  • Instrumentality1000
    Instrumentality1000 3 months ago

    It's unbelievable that so many people think that vaccines are more dangerous then the illnesses that are now making a comeback.
    And why ? Because of their own ignorance and stupidity.

  • Fresh Peppers
    Fresh Peppers 4 months ago +1

    I have an anti vaxxed kid in class, guess how many times I got sick from her in one year. Around 27, the other 22 were just me having multiple issues, mostly with my spine.

  • Nx Doyle
    Nx Doyle 4 months ago

    Unlike notions of conspiracy around the Moon landing, 9/11, President Kennedy's death etc*, which are mostly benign, the beliefs held by anti-vaccination people have deleterious consequences for society. It's become blindingly apparent in the last few years that these beliefs take root not in the veracity of the claims themselves, but the _feeling_ that comes from being in possession of a minority view. Keys to a secret vault of knowledge. Fact-checking a conspiracy notion -- let's not dignify them with the word 'theory' -- doesn't matter to these people, because facts don't matter.

  • Marion Newman
    Marion Newman 4 months ago

    I have an Autistic child. He enhances everyone’s life. I vaccinate him. He is not worse than an unnecessary illnesses.

  • 01Sequoia
    01Sequoia 4 months ago


  • 01Sequoia
    01Sequoia 4 months ago

    Here are 50 studies on vaccine safety @t

  • 01Sequoia
    01Sequoia 4 months ago

    Who does the studies for vaccine safety? And who are the "Scientists"? Those that do the studies are used by the World Health Organization, the CDC, and the American Medical Association. The pharmaceutical companies do the studies.They are the Scientists. And who probably paid for this video? Big Pharma!!! But pharmaceutical companies can be trusted to always do the right thing. Right?

  • Gaston Flatulenza
    Gaston Flatulenza 4 months ago

    Oh, so the government assures us vaccines are safe. Also, the pharma companies that make the vaccines (and also make billions selling them) also assures us they are 100% safe. We can all breathe easier now. My son was talking by 12 months, and by 2 was running, bouncing a basketball, banging on the piano. He got 6 vaccines one day that my doctor told me our NIH had approved as safe. We came home from the doctor's office, he ran a fever, and he has never spoken since that day, 22 years ago. He is severely autistic and his quality of life is much lower than it was before the shots. I'm not anti-vaccines, I just wish I had known enough to spread the vaccinations out so it was only one at a time. You can't convince me that getting 5 or 6 vaccinations in a day is safe because I've seen it with my own eyes Fuckers, and I change my grown son's diapers every day. Follow the money. And then pay for my Beautiful Boy (now a man) to be cared for after I am dead and gone.

  • Alex Dulko
    Alex Dulko 4 months ago

    Antivaxxers shall be slayed

  • Crystal Riffle
    Crystal Riffle 4 months ago

    Newsflash. I have autism and wasn't vaccinated until I was 18 and chose to get vaccinated. So.. I was diagnosed with autism at age 8 so vaccines played no role. However I was lucky not to catch a debilitating illness from not being protected.

  • Jesusandsteph Forever
    Jesusandsteph Forever 4 months ago +1

    People get diseases from them spraying stuff in the air which is also known as chemtrials.