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Doctors appear on Jimmy Kimmel for expletive-filled PSA: ‘Vaccinate your kids you f*cking idiots!’

Jimmy Kimmel took aim at the anti-vaxxers this week, inviting some real doctors to make a PSA directed at those Hollywood parents who are “more scared of gluten than smallpox.”

Jimmy Kimmel took aim at the anti-vaxxers this week, inviting some real doctors to make a PSA directed at those Hollywood parents who are “more scared of gluten than smallpox.”

“I cannot f—king believe we have to make this PSA,” one doctor lamented.

“Remember the time you got Polio? No, you don’t, because your parents got you f—king vaccinated,” said another.

When the late night talk shows start taking notice, you know anti-vaxxers have really become an epidemic in Tinsel Town.

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  1. Rachel Humphrey

    March 1, 2015 at 3:25 pm

    these guys are idiots. Apparently these guys don’t have children with Autism either huh? AND SAW the signs right after getting
    the vaccines.

  2. Alyson

    March 3, 2015 at 7:03 am

    Vaccines do not cause autism.

    And even if they did, which they don’t, are you actually saying you’d rather your child die of a preventable disease than be autistic?

    Signed, a woman with Asperger’s.

  3. Danny Blight

    March 3, 2015 at 11:11 pm

    The vaccine did not cause the autism–heredity did.

  4. Barb

    March 3, 2015 at 11:23 pm

    Thank you Alyson. Rachel…listen to doctors, not Jenny McCarthy.

  5. Falinmer

    March 3, 2015 at 11:27 pm

    What is your evidence for it other than seeing it? Just seeing it is called correlation, that means that the signs happen to coincide but there is no direct connection. Here’s an example of correlation, did you know that divorce rates in Maine correlate with the per capita consumption of margarine in the US? So by your logic that means that because people in the US consume Margarine people in Maine are getting divorced. Very stupid huh? Now let’s look at some other information, let’s say vaccination DOES cause autism, it wouldn’t be any greater than 1% (and that’s giving it a lot). Now, not vaccinating exposes the children to a myriad of diseases that have a death rate of much higher than 1%, so not vaccinating has a much higher risk, so which is worse? 1% chance of autism which has varying degrees and effects, most of which will not impede a persons day to day life, or a higher chance of death? Do some actual research into the subject, doctors (the guys who are trained professionals and have been through years of education and have tons of experience) have conducted studies and have found plenty of CORRELATION of autism (in extremely low numbers mind you) but no CAUSATION. This means that there is no direct connection and that the connection is as substantial as my margarine consumption to divorce rate example. Ignorance and using faulty information in this age of information technology is foolish on the part of people like you, who aren’t willing to educate themselves. You have all of the information you need to make a properly informed decision at the tips of your fingers, so there is no excuse as to why you were misinformed. You can find this information yourself and ask plenty of educated professionals, which are trained and educated on this very subject.
    I have been vaccinated and I have autism, yet I also have a job and am in college. I am not on any special ed program or support system as my autism doesn’t carry any considerable negative effects. What effects it does carry have been dealt with through education and training, all of which took very little effort. I also know of plenty of other successful people in the world with autism, 3 famous examples are Einstein (creator of the Theory of Relativity, you know, E=mc^2), Newton (the guy who properly identified gravity and came up with the laws of motion), and Tesla (often considered rival of Edison and also had many great inventions, overshadowed by the light bulb). Autism is not always a bad thing, normally it is so negligible that people who DO have it never learn they have it.
    TL;DR
    Vaccinate your kids, there is no causation for autism only correlation, trust your doctors, do your research, autism isn’t always bad mostly harmless examples: Einstein, Newton, Tesla.

  6. clcardenas

    March 3, 2015 at 11:28 pm

    BWAAAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

  7. Velda

    March 3, 2015 at 11:45 pm

    The only idiots here are those who refuse to have their kids vaccinated. Who the hell do you think you are to endanger ALL other children? Really? Like he says, if only your kids would die from preventable (and once extinct in the USA) illnesses that would be one thing (child endangerment is what it would be) but to endanger all our children gives us the right to fight back. Maybe we could just drop all of you off on some island somewhere….. Then I’d be ok with that. But we dont want you near us or our vaccinated children.

  8. Martin Gallacher

    March 3, 2015 at 11:52 pm

    Of course you did. You probably believe the world was populated by just two people and one family lived on an Arc while a big flood engulfed the world, right ?

  9. Orion Jones

    March 3, 2015 at 11:56 pm

    Stop now, stop right now. VACCINES ARE NECESSARY

  10. Jane

    March 4, 2015 at 12:41 am

    1. The report that made this notion popular was found to have ludicrous amounts of falsified data.
    2. You saw signs right after getting vaccinations because the age you get vaccinations is the time in a child’s life where those signs would start to appear.
    3. Exactly what Alyson said.

  11. Thomas Markel

    March 4, 2015 at 1:45 am

    autism can be diagnosed at any time, after vaccines, after eating apple pie, riding on a merry-go-round, riding a horse or eating sushi. We should ban all those things

  12. Sandy Britton

    March 4, 2015 at 2:23 am

    How do you explain that autism rates are the same in unvaccinated kids as vaccinated kids?

  13. Cori McCreery

    March 4, 2015 at 3:13 am

    Autism isn’t freaking deadly Rachel. It can’t kill YOUR CHILD AND OTHER PEOPLE’S CHILDREN. And autism is NOT caused by vaccines. The article that said that has been disproven for YEARS.

  14. Amber Brandt

    March 4, 2015 at 3:53 am

    Come to a family reunion on my husband’s side of the family. Some vaxed, some not. Some from both with autism. My daughter’s ADHD wasn’t from vaxs. It’s genetics. And, having my child not die from measles, small pox, ect is WAY BETTER than your supposed side effects, Rachel.

  15. Common sense

    March 4, 2015 at 5:41 am

    I agree, these guys are idiots! How stupid is it to say ”the kids that aren’t vaccinated are endangering the kids that are”?? Um duh, if the other kids are vaccinated, doesn’t that ”prevent” them from getting sick by the ones who aren’t? Isn’t that their whole point of ”being vaccinated”? Geez, sounds like the pharmaceutical/medical profession is getting a bit desperate about losing business if u ask me. Just saying.

  16. Felicia

    March 4, 2015 at 5:54 am

    Alyson, you go girl! So true, people don’t think about shit before they say it. All a bunch of idiots!

  17. Steve

    March 4, 2015 at 7:33 am

    Rachel can you be any more ignorant? The only vaccine WRONGLY thought to be associated with Autism is the MMR vaccine. As this is given at 1 year of age I’d like to know what signs of autism your child showed soon after. Was it the suicidal awkwardness that gave it away? Or perhaps the repetitive block building? Or any of the other traits of being a 1 year old child?

  18. Jay

    March 4, 2015 at 9:19 am

    Most vaccines can’t be given to children until they’re a certain age. That happens to be the age that autistic traits tend to start revealing themselves. Correlation without causation, perhaps?
    Or maybe you’re just stupid and don’t realize that your medically dangerous views are insulting to we functioning adults on the autism spectrum.

  19. lucy

    March 4, 2015 at 1:02 pm

    It has not been proven that Vaccines cause Autism but is has been proven that vaccines cause protection from a whole lot of deadly diseases. Also, you should question whether Autism is a disease at all – Several people in my life have autism and they don’t need any cures as they are perfectly fine humans who just perceive the world differently than neurotypical people do.

  20. chris

    March 4, 2015 at 6:30 pm

    We ll talk vaccinations after we get the corruption out of. The government and pharmaceutical s!!! $$$$$$

  21. Jason Jensen

    March 4, 2015 at 8:39 pm

    Some people just don’t know how to Science. LOL

    The lack of Critical Thinking Skills in America is our most deadly vulnerability.

    The lack of Critical Thinking Skills allows Waste, Fraud, Abuse and Institutionalized Mismanagement, leading to endless suffering and loss for actual People.

    But Fans of FOX fall for every Logical Fallacy that exists.

    The lack of Critical Thinking Skills also allows Individuals to follow through with any heinous act, because their Logic Train derailed at the Bigot Station, or some such familiar and easy Trigger.

    Before you watch FOX or other Favorites…please read and understand this handy guide to the language used to convince, cajole, inspire, infuriate and distract you from the Lies that ride along with them.

    It’s Easy to Miss a Minus Sign in Math.
    If Only Lies We So Easy to Spot.

    https://yourlogicalfallacyis.com/pdf/FallaciesPoster24x36.pdf

  22. Rachel Humphrey

    March 5, 2015 at 3:06 am

    it was not disproved the guy who they said was lying sued them. Read a little more before you announce something not true Cori Mccreery.

  23. Rachel Humphrey

    March 5, 2015 at 3:08 am

    Some children DO die. Another thing is NO i would not rather them die and in most cases they don’t die from the measles your still here, your great grand parents prob. had the measles.

  24. Rachel Humphrey

    March 5, 2015 at 3:09 am

    Genetics caused them to respond to the Vaccine just like genetics caused my daughter to have allergies from her father.

  25. Rachel Humphrey

    March 5, 2015 at 3:11 am

    yes and when that man was accused of falsifying data he sued to say he didn’t because his reputation was ruined by them saying that EVEN THOUGH he didn’t Falsify any data.

  26. Rachel Humphrey

    March 5, 2015 at 3:11 am

    For real huh?

  27. Rachel Humphrey

    March 5, 2015 at 3:13 am

    My son with in 2 mo. was flapping his hands and stopped trying to talk, he screamed for a week straight from the day he got the shot and had been a perfectly happy baby up until then but on that night for A WEEK he SCREAMED…
    for no known reason and I could not calm him with ANYTHING.

  28. Rachel Humphrey

    March 5, 2015 at 3:14 am

    I was saying it WAY before that bimbo was. I put it together before I even knew anything. I didn’t know WHICH shot did it but I know it was that shot group.

  29. Rachel Humphrey

    March 5, 2015 at 3:16 am

    And you know this how, your dead now right. Because your great grand parents didn’t get this and they got the measles and lived.

  30. Common sense

    March 5, 2015 at 4:04 am

    Rachel, don’t listen to the ignorance of the mass of people who follow the herd. I’ve seen and read lots of back up info about the crap these vaccines have in them and the harm it causes in the development of children. They just keep coming up with more reasons to create another vaccine for some stupid illness (I mean a pneumonia vaccine, really?) all for the greed of money. I mean it really dsnt make sense that a child is completely healthy and then just out of the blue, become autistic! Btw, not sure the age of your child but try youtube ”superbrain yoga”, they show it has helped with autism.

  31. Sandy

    March 5, 2015 at 7:57 pm

    Two days after my son got his 1 year shots, he was feverish. Playing on the living room floor, he suddenly stopped, his head leaned back, eyes rolled back, and his arms began flapping uncontrollably. Within 2 minutes he stopped, fell backward onto the floor and remained lifeless. His eyes were distant and he was unresponsive. The same child who had been a perfectly happy baby 3 days earlier. I rushed him to his doctor, where he remained unresponsive and lifeless.As a parent, I was frantic. He remained like this for two more days. Then suddenly, while I was feeding him, the day after his 106 degree fever subsided, he lit back up and was again the baby he had been. Those were the most stressful 4 days in my child’s early development. When the time came to get his chicken pox shot, our cousins son had just gotten his, and within days of his shot was diagnosed as autistic. A perfectly calm funny, active child no longer. I don’t know if it was the shot, but 21 other children at the same facility within the same period also became autistic after their shots. Coincidence? Correlation? Perhaps. But as a scientist or doctor would, and should, tell you, you do have to consider the odds and weigh the facts. I did. And I waited until my son was 11 before I had him get the shot. During that time, he was exposed at least 4 times to children with chicken pox. He never got them. Or perhaps, genetically he wasn’t susceptible. I wasnt either. So, as a parent, it is up to you to consider the evidence, weigh the risks, review the odds, consider you genetics, and make a choice. I don’t think bullying people into these decisions is right or just. If the doctors have evidence of what genetic factors need to be considered rather than blindly applying “standard” practices to unique individuals, then I would consider their plight. But they don’t really know, yet. That’s why it’s called a practice. So, I would challenge doctors to bring forth more evidence. What have you learned in a century, about standard application?

  32. Berry

    March 5, 2015 at 9:08 pm

    They’ve done studies that show the increase in autism is caused by the increase of father’s over 40. Apparently, sperm DOES have an expiration date.

    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/aging-dads-more-likely-to-have-kids-with-autism-adhd-schizophrenia-and-more/

  33. Berry

    March 5, 2015 at 9:15 pm

    The research team found that the average child born to a 20-year-old father had 25 random mutations that could be traced to paternal genetic material. The number increased steadily by two mutations a year, reaching 65 mutations for offspring of 40-year-old men.

    The average number of mutations coming from the mother’s side was 15, no matter her age, the study found.

    “This study provides some of the first solid scientific evidence for a true increase in the condition” of autism, said Dr. Fred R. Volkmar, director of the Child Study Center at the Yale School of Medicine, who was not involved in the research. “It is extremely well done and the sample meticulously characterized.”

  34. Ted Sweetland, Jr

    March 6, 2015 at 9:33 pm

    Rachel Humphrey, you, my dear, have made up your mind and no matter how much the experts talk to you and tell you that you are wrong, you are convinced that you are right. How have you become this way? Do you know more than the experts? I don’t think so. Do you base your opinion on years of study and education? Doubtful. I’m not sure that you live life entirely based in reality. I wonder if someone told you that you need to breathe to live if you’d believe them. You have never known a world where diseases run rampant because your parents had the good sense to have your generation vaccinated. If Ebola became an epidemic and there was a vaccine for it, would you get the vaccine? Remember smallpox? Polio? Nope, because vaccines basically wiped them out and millions of people are alive and living healthy lives because of it. If you can’t be convinced by the people who know more about the issue than anyone else then you deserve anything and everything that happens to you due to your own ignorance. By the way, what’s the weather like in your world?

  35. Lucie

    March 7, 2015 at 2:23 pm

    Velda if you believe in vaccines that they protect you from diseases you shouldn’t worry than. As i suppose you vaccinated your children! Btw more than enough resesrch states that it is those who are vaccinated gets the illnesses! How come?

    Also why people who studied microbiology and immunity don’t vaccinate their kids? Because they really understand how vaccines work and what they do to your body.vaccines are not related to autism, but to other dangeroua auto immune illnesses, etc… I would like to know how many gp’s go through new research regarding this and how many of them are specialised in immune system , allergies and microbiology!

  36. Rachel Humphrey

    March 8, 2015 at 12:28 am

    I research every day I have also talked to doctors who agree with me. I actually had a doctor help me with my son. So you make assumptions based on non information and not even knowing someone.

  37. Falinmer

    March 8, 2015 at 3:12 am

    Why don’t you look at history? Certainly you are right, they aren’t necessary for humanity to exist; however, without them the fatality rate of preventable diseases was considerably higher. Your great grand parents probably had siblings or other relatives who died to what are now easily preventable diseases, just because they didn’t die doesn’t mean that vaccines are unimportant. This from a guy with Autism who is fully vaccinated. This also goes back to my earlier comment about correlation vs causation.

  38. Falinmer

    March 8, 2015 at 3:17 am

    What do you consider research? Is it googling articles that happen to support your argument? Or are you finding peer reviewed and heavily tested experiments and studies that have been repeated on multiple occasions having variables accounted for and consistent results? Are the “doctors” who agree with you reputable? Have they had a lot of history? What have they done that they can show to support their claims? If you cannot answer any of these questions or if your answer is wrong (only accepting articles that support you or no credible history to back the doctors, things of that nature) then you are a fool who is not willing to educate yourself.

  39. Rachel Humphrey

    March 8, 2015 at 5:09 am

    Yes actually my son’s doctor who diagnosed him is a very reputable doctor. She specializes in autism through EVMS (Dr. Kathrin N. Hartmann, PHD) she does much research all over the work about autism it is her speciality. I’m not one of those ignorant ones. I search things up through Google AND search up her articles. I also have a ped. For my son who has done research of her own. You act as if you have information other then google to provide me wrong.

  40. Rachel Humphrey

    March 8, 2015 at 5:11 am

    I also live down the road from William and Mary where there is a lot of research being done.

  41. Common Sense

    March 10, 2015 at 11:00 am

    Falinmer, how do YOU get your info about vaccines other than listening to your doctor? Are doctors all of a sudden like Gods that they aren’t misinformed themselves? I don’t care what kind of degree they have, they still make lots of mistakes and unfortunately at the cost of their patients. I took my daughter to the doctors one day for answers and when we left, my daughter said, ”Mommy, I heard him say I don’t know 6 times.” I have found WAY more in-depth info on the internet than what he’s given us so yeah, google is an awesome way to research info because not only are there experts/websites from professionals on there, and natural remedies to use, you get actual testimonies and experiences from real people! It’s a larger circle of info at your fingertips.

  42. Marissa

    December 1, 2015 at 6:59 am

    Hi Rachel, do you realize the same amount of kids have autism with or without vaccination? It is sad that people out there believe the antivax propaganda. Vaccines don’t cause autism. This is a fact.

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