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Anti-Vaxxers are claiming vaccinated people shed the virus
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Anti-Vaxxers are claiming vaccinated people shed the virus
Heard this on the Conspirituality podcast, which I highly recommend. Found an article on it:

https://www.reuters.com/article/factchec...SL1N2MG256

Quote:False claims that the coronavirus vaccines can be passed – or “shed” – from an immunized person to an unvaccinated woman and then somehow affect the woman’s reproductive system are whipping around social media. Top medical experts agree that it is impossible for a person to transmit the vaccines to people they happen to be near and for a woman to experience miscarriage, menstrual cycle changes, and other reproductive problems by being around a vaccinated person.

“This is a conspiracy that has been created to weaken trust in a series of vaccines that have been demonstrated in clinical trials to be safe and effective,” said Dr Christopher Zahn, Vice President for Practice Activities at the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the leading U.S. organization for medical professionals in women’s healthcare.

Calling the vaccines “our single best tool for confronting a global pandemic that has taken 600,000 lives in this country alone,” Zahn added in a statement emailed to Reuters that “such conspiracies and false narratives are dangerous and have nothing to do with science.”
Posts such as those found here, here, here, and here, falsely claim that vaccine “shedding” may cause a variety of reproductive problems and that women should avoid associating with vaccinated people.

... and it supposedly causes reproductive problems. Facepalm

What happened to "I refuse to live in fear!"? On the podcast they mention that Chloe Angeline, who's one of the proponents of this dumbass conspiracy theory, is even advising her followers to withhold sex with partners who want to get vaccinated or have been vaccinated.
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Anti-Vaxxers are claiming vaccinated people shed the virus
(04-26-2021, 12:29 PM)GenesisNemesis Wrote: On the podcast they mention that Chloe Angeline, who's one of the proponents of this dumbass conspiracy theory, is even advising her followers to withhold sex with partners who want to get vaccinated or have been vaccinated.

Good. Anyone that stupid shouldn't be reproducing anyway.
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Anti-Vaxxers are claiming vaccinated people shed the virus
Jesus. Fucking. Christ.
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Anti-Vaxxers are claiming vaccinated people shed the virus
Quote:... and it supposedly causes reproductive problems.


Oh, it does.  They are so stupid no one will even fuck them.
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(04-29-2021, 01:17 AM)Minimalist Wrote:
Quote:... and it supposedly causes reproductive problems.


Oh, it does.  They are so stupid no one will even fuck them.

Anyone who votes for "grab 'em by the pussy" Trump is probably not demanding IQ tests before coitus, just sayin'.
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(04-29-2021, 01:17 AM)Minimalist Wrote:
Quote:... and it supposedly causes reproductive problems.


Oh, it does.  They are so stupid no one will even fuck them.
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Anti-Vaxxers are claiming vaccinated people shed the virus
The Reuters article on this absurd vaccine "shedding" conspiracy is let down bu only
one inexplicable inclusion:

"Researchers are currently investigating the anecdotes, and at this time Reuters cannot assess the validity of the claims".

Which researchers, and from what institution, and from where in the US or Europe?
No legitimate researcher in Australia would even countenance wasting their time and
effort towards "disproving" nonsensical, unscientific proposals such as this.  

And if any US researchers are  in actuality checking this bullshit, then they should be
sacked immediately, for even tacitly supporting the possibility of its veracity.
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Anti-Vaxxers are claiming vaccinated people shed the virus
(04-29-2021, 05:36 PM)SYZ Wrote: The Reuters article on this absurd vaccine "shedding" conspiracy is let down bu only
one inexplicable inclusion:

"Researchers are currently investigating the anecdotes, and at this time Reuters cannot assess the validity of the claims".

Which researchers, and from what institution, and from where in the US or Europe?
No legitimate researcher in Australia would even countenance wasting their time and
effort towards "disproving" nonsensical, unscientific proposals such as this.  

And if any US researchers are  in actuality checking this bullshit, then they should be
sacked immediately, for even tacitly supporting the possibility of its veracity.

Reuters being a fairly unbiased news source, they're probably doing CYA. Researchers, in an attempt to be unbiased, will often investigate claims they suspect to be bullshit, in order to present actual numbers.
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