Noted scientist Rob Schneider compares vaccinations to Nuremberg Laws

It’s unfortunate that so much hocus pocus and magical gypsy thinking gets lumped in with legitimate progressivism, but if I had to explain why, it’s probably because so many outspoken “progressives” without college educations in LA love sitting around movie sets loudly not knowing what the f*ck they’re talking about. I mention it because those people are giving a bad name to people like Nobel Scientist Robert Fitzsimmons Elderberry Schneider, Esq, who recently compared vaccines to “The Nuremberg Laws.”

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“My wife is 5 months pregnant, and I’m for parent’s rights, not government coercion to tell us what we can and can’t do with our kids. There is no other mandated procedure. It’s illegal. You can’t make people do procedures that they don’t want. The parents have to be the ones who make the decisions for what’s best for our kids. It can’t be the government saying that. It’s against the Nuremberg Laws.”

The Nuremberg Laws famously clarified that anyone with three or more Jewish grandparents was considered a Jew, and anyone with four German grandparents was considered a German, and everything in between was a crossbreed, and they outlawed inter-marriage and kept Jews from participating in civic life, so I think we can all agree that Rob Schneider has made some salient points here.

“The doctors are not gonna tell you both sides of the issue… they’re told by the pharmaceutical industry, which makes billions of dollars, that it’s completely safe.”

“The efficacy of these shots have not been proven,” he later continued. “And the toxicity of these things — we’re having more and more side effects. We’re having more and more autism.”

Serious question for Rob: Did you actually read about any of this (both the law itself and the imaginary link between vaccines and autism) before you flew up to Sacramento and gave a big speech to the local news, or did you just hear about it from your dipsh*t buddies at the Whole Foods?

Parental choice is paramount, so maybe you can choose to send your kids to some magical private school free of vaccinations with a giant bubble over it to keep from spreading big pharma myths like “measles” to all the autistics at the poor kid schools. And instead of books and science, they can just roll around in the dirt and rub their dreadlocks on each other like Avatar. In fact, the more I think about it, the more this is seeming like a great idea.