With all of the attention given to Americans who oppose vaccine mandates, it's interesting to go back to 1984 and see how people reacted to mandatory seat belt laws.
Here's another Karen trying to convince people that vaccines make you magnetic, complete with some poorly put-together 'evidence.'
Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, an anti-vaxxer posing as an "expert" for the Ohio House Health Committee claimed vaccines cause cutlery to stick to your head, which is just an online hoax.
Mississippi pharmacist Savannah Malm called out a man online for posting videos of him making fake COVID-19 vaccination cards - and he wound up being fired from his marketing job.
During today’s Segment 17, we talked about a variety of topics that we didn’t get to on the regular radio show. They included: Andy sent us an insanely generous gift Some talk about getting vaccinated A funny morality test Facts of the day and (maybe) ...