Memes: Anti-vaxxers shutting down coronavirus vaccine sites
Around 2:00 p.m. PT on Saturday, January 30th, 2021, a group of anti-vax protestors made it extremely difficult for those who were hoping to get the available vaccine for the coronavirus. An estimated fifty protestors blocked the entrance to Los Angeles Dodgers Stadium, currently the biggest vaccination site in the U.S., carrying signs & shouting their anti-vax agendas to those who freely sought the coronavirus vaccine.
While the LAPD & L.A. Fire Department were able to break up the protest without making any arrests, it’s discouraging that those who had the right to freedom of speech took things a bit too far, preventing those who have underlying health conditions or are considered “high risk” from protecting themselves by getting the coronavirus vaccine.
We’re here to uncover some of the best memes that perfectly embody this event, and hope that these types of protests cease, for the sake of returning to normalcy so that we can get margaritas & guacamole with our friends again!
Anti-anti-vaxxer memes are great pic.twitter.com/8hp9gau9xb
— PandoRAHH (@PandorasArtbox) June 16, 2019
How to Train Your Wife
Dangerous opinions for the sake of being rebellious is, well, dangerous.
Letitia Wright being an anti-vaxxer is just another blow for 2020, anyway, here's a meme. pic.twitter.com/bji7zewP5p
— Notsosuperdom (@DomIsoyama) December 4, 2020
I think we can agree that a Samuel L. Jackson rant on anti-vaxxers would be amazing.
. @TeferiMTG It's been a hot minute since I last posted an anti vaxxer meme pic.twitter.com/6tXy4YsIvz
— Daniel Joestar Rothbart (@majin_shinsa) December 3, 2019
The dark side
This coronavirus vaccine meme is a bit dark, we understand. That being said, Baby Yoda does make it cute!
Anti-vaxxer memes are my main gig, but I dabble in flat-earther memes too. pic.twitter.com/0rxZKv2lut
— Sandra (@Sandra_Eff_) June 9, 2020
Opinions rest flat
We’re not saying “you’re dumb”, just that “you’re wrong”.
John Oliver’s message to anti-vaxxers: “Memes are not science.” https://t.co/lsyUlhNoHK pic.twitter.com/FlaKX7K8wE
— Slate (@Slate) June 27, 2017
Memes aren’t science
If you have to resort to a meme to prove your point, then you’ve already lost.
I'm screaming at these memes roasting anti vaxxers pic.twitter.com/mKi5IDq14N
— glockness monster (@newtsgeiszler) February 23, 2019
Special two for one
Dr. House would be a great roaster in the coronavirus vaccine era. Here’s a meme to prove it!
A Venn diagram of anti-vaxxers, anti-maskers, and the people who take medical advice from memes. pic.twitter.com/KhPuXVS7Vp
— MJG ⛳️🇺🇸 (@MJGWrites) August 6, 2020
Is this circle flat?
It’s not “research” when you type in exactly what you’re looking for on Google.
Anti vaxxers in a meme pic.twitter.com/Uws6iF56zv
— im just a sexy boy! (@neIIychillin) February 11, 2020
[email protected]%%!+, D.W.!
Not the best meme, we’ll admit . . . we just wanted an excuse to go to YouTube and crank that banger Arthur theme.
Stick it to the anti-vaxxers. Join us: https://t.co/dMLdUlCE9g
h/t Refutations to AntiVaccine Memes pic.twitter.com/rlstgDv1zk
— Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason & Science (@rdfrs) March 23, 2017
Would you buy this on a t-shirt?
Anti-vaxxer memes are dead, they said pic.twitter.com/oIYRi52fj8
— memes (@MemesCentraI) June 10, 2019
Parents just don’t understand
“Those darn pharmaceutical companies, so concerned about creating vaccinations to serve their bottom line!”