If vaccines are a conspiracy by big pharma to make money off of poisoning kids?
Is the anti-vaxx movement a conspiracy by undertakers to make money off of child coffins?
- Katrina E.Lv 76 months agoFavorite Answer
Actually it’s individuals peddling supplements that makes big bucks with their anti-vax misinformation. Look at the websites that spread the misinformation selling herbs and other supplements that are suppose to be “safer”. Vaccines lare regulated by the FDA - supplements are not. They can make unproven claims about “boosting the immune system” and “detoxing” the body. Making people hesitant about vaccines give them an opening to hawk their snake oil.
Vaccines are tiny part of a drug companies income, but some people are dependent on the income from peddling anti-vac books, movies and speaking fees. The more people that recognize their BS the less money they make. They have a bigger financial stake in anti-vac then drug companies do in vaccines.
And people who sell questionable “cures” for autism benefit by anti-vax information. And some doctors make a ton of money with phony vaccines waivers and build a practice catering to anti-Vaxers
- audreyLv 76 months ago
You got it!
- -j.Lv 76 months ago
Anti-vaxx people aren't smart enough for that.
- UnseenLv 76 months ago
I think vaccines are a wonderful tool to fight disease but you can't ignore the fact that they could put anything in them. How much do you trust the vaccine makers?
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- BrianLv 66 months ago
Shhh, they don't like when someone exposes their plan.
- Anonymous6 months ago
Wow, you're stupid.