This weekend, antivaxers descended upon San Diego Comic-Con wearing Guy Fawkes masks and holding signs with antivaccine talking points. Less than two months before, they descended upon Disneyland dressed as Star Wars characters. What's up with antivaxers trying to influence geek culture?
Mike Adams made a video about the "vaccine holocaust." It's the wildest antivaccine conspiracy theory ever. It even has aliens, and there are people dropping dead in the streets like in "The Omega Man." All it needs are mutants. Where's Charlton Heston when you need him?
Barbara Loe Fisher is back. This time, instead of Nazis and the Holocaust, she's comparing vaccine mandates and bad press about antivaxers to McCarthyism and their "persecution" to that faced by anyone suspected of Communism in the early 1950s.
Last month, the Israeli Academy of Science and Humanities elected antivax quack Yehuda Shoenfeld to its ranks? Why and how could this have happened?
In 2015 California passed SB 277, which eliminated nonmedical exemptions to school vaccine mandates. Unfortunately quacks are writing bogus exemptions. What can be done?
Antivaxers really, really don't like HPV vaccines. Too bad that a new meta-analysis shows that they're really effective.
Everyone's favorite quack Joe Mercola is ranting about Google. It's not surprising, given how Google has apparently deprioritized content from quack websites..
When it comes to pseudoscience, conspiracy theories, quackery, and antivaccine nonsense, remember that, very frequently, it's all about the grift. Even when it's not, the grift inevitably takes over.
Actress Jessica Biel Joined Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. to lobby California lawmakers to reject SB 276, a bill to stop bogus vaccine exemptions. Despite her claims that she's "not antivax," lobbying with a long time antivax crank like RFK, Jr. and expressing to legislators your belief that vaccines are both dangerous and ineffective are pretty much the definition of antivax.