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Anti-Vaccine Zealots Now Mailing Chicken Pox to Other Idiots

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Hey, y'know all those false, hilariously misinformed statements the Internet propagates?

Barack Obama was born in Kenya. Saddam Hussein was behind the 9/11 attacks. A duck's quack doesn't echo and nobody knows why.

Haha, people sure had fun with those -- what with cheapening public discourse, spreading embarrassing political movements, and underscoring our nation's already rock-bottom educational levels.

But rather than just bolstering the bumper sticker industry, one widely-discredited lie might have a more detrimental effect to our culture than just blustery town hall debates and misspelled protest placards.

Small consequences like scores of dead children, revitalized diseases, and the unceasing mass reproduction of dangerous, mouth-breathing imbeciles.

In Phoenix, Arizona, KPHO uncovered a Facebook ring wherein parents are exchanging chicken pox-infected items to other idiots in order to contaminate their children early. 'Cause, you know, that lady who hosted Singled Out linked vaccines to autism.

Parents, guardians, and other braindead cretins who tragically avoided sterilization had frequented a Facebook page called "Find a Pox Party in Your Area" to exchange lollipops and spit-soaked rags to willingly infect their children with chicken pox, mumps, and measles.

In case you're wondering, yes, that's highly illegal -- not to mention reflective of a subhuman monster who shouldn't be within 500 feet of a child let alone raise one. It risks severe complications or possibly death to anyone who comes near the package. And spreads diseases that the World Health Organization have regarded as the leading causes of vaccine-preventable child deaths.

But that's fine. Those parents' aggressive lack of common sense was bound to kill somebody eventually.

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