Do vaccines make you Magneto? Laugh at this wild anti-vaxxer update
The anti-vaxxers are at it again, but this time with “science” straight out of the comics. Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, a physician licensed in Ohio known for her . . . out there prognoses went before Ohio state legislators at the Ohio Statehouse during a hearing on House Bill 248 today, stating that she had reason to believe that the COVID-19 vaccine had the ability to magnetize humans, an unexpected update to say the least.
The good doctor was before the House Health Committee to argue in favor of the Enact Vaccine Choice and Anti-Discrimination Act, spending forty-five minutes defending her credentials and updating the audience on her discovery about the vaccine’s magnetic side effects, adding that it may also be creating 5e interfaces.
Naturally, Twitter took this vaccine update and ran with it, most including well known comic book magnokinetic Magneto. We pulled our way through the threads and found the most attractive reactions to this vaccine update that’ll have you stuck to Twitter for the rest of the day. Grab some paper clips and dive into these hilarious reactions to this anti-vaxxer vaccine update.
Update your Windows installation.
I pull forks to me like Magneto now. https://t.co/PY2VnQeB0Z
— Lucid00 (@Lucid00) June 9, 2021
Update your Windows
Now that’s a crossover meme we can get behind!
Anyway my second dose is in three weeks, so I look forward to becoming the next Magneto. https://t.co/bn0rojbcPm
— H.O.N. (@MrNosegbe) June 9, 2021
Soon you’ll never lose your keys again!
When you think Magneto is trending because of Loki but it turns out to be because Vaccines cause you to become magnetic: pic.twitter.com/IGuemsUEi8
— Sammy Tighe (Comms Open) (@TigheSam) June 9, 2021
We can see where the confusion came from . . .
You don’t become magnetic. It’s tiny ass magnets or paper clips being applied to sticky, sweaty ass skin. Put some baby powder on and watch it magically not stick anymore.
— Orwin SantaCruz (@ousantacruz) June 9, 2021
Didn’t need a PhD to figure that one out, apparently . . .
I saw Magneto trending before I watched Loki and refused to click on it until I did. I watched it and came back to Twitter to see why I missed a Magneto reference in Loki. Then i see why he’s trending 😒 pic.twitter.com/V7VCLOJ1QE
— Kim No Slice (@Kimistry441) June 9, 2021
We’re really starting to wish there really was a reference to him in Loki, cause the reality is kinda disappointing . . .
If the vaccine actually gave me the powers of Magneto there's only one way to view that pic.twitter.com/T3tvK4r9qI
— SkyCommander (@SkyCommander7) June 9, 2021
Pretty much everyone on Twitter’s reaction to this in a nutshell
The fact that people believe this because of things like keys, which aren’t made of magnetic metal, sticking to people is just compounded stupidity
— Jeff the Dog (@KevinsBigMouth) June 9, 2021
Again, no doctorate required in putting this together . . .
As happy as I am to see #Magneto trending, my vaccine induced mutant power seems limited to a hot temper and changing clothes really fast… do I have to wait the full two weeks to get the sticky metal Omega level thing going on? pic.twitter.com/4llDDUrU7E
— Lillith (@Lilithiel) June 9, 2021
Something tells us it’ll take longer than two weeks . . .
I just found out why Magneto was trending this morning.
My faith in humanity just took a gut punch from Juggernaut. pic.twitter.com/6uYowZeaIq
— Jack Fisher (@MarvelMaster616) June 9, 2021
Faith in humanity
You’re going to need some super-Tums then, dude, cause ouch.
I always wanted to be Magneto lets goo pic.twitter.com/4vECiNmIPM
— ClarkQuill97- #FreePalestine (@CQuill97) June 9, 2021
Sign me up
Again, everyone’s reaction in a nutshell though we won’t lie, we’d also love Magneto powers too . . .
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