People are using these things called, hold on let me look it up, oh yes, “facts” to roast a woman’s wanna-be-funny anti-vaxxer Halloween costume.
1. It all started as a response to what you might call a “anti-anti-vax” Halloween costume posted by a medical professional:
2. And then came the response,
3. Then the internet lit her up:
Over the past decades, the number of measles cases remained mostly stagnant, with a few handfuls of spikes. But with more than 1,200 reported cases, 2019 had the most cases of any other year in recent history. The other year with a significant rise in cases was 2014, which had 667 reported cases, reported the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
13. This led to “Karen” posting an apology, of sorts…
18. Of course, that doesn’t really seem to be her point, as in previous Facebook posts she was proudly anti-vax:
Oh, and while we’re on the subject, treat yourself to some anti-vax memes.