A mother and a registered nurse shared a Facebook post explaining why she believes anti-vaxxers have the right to think and do so. But only on one condition.
Some anti-vaccination lobby members, popularly known as anti-vaxxers, do it because of their ludicrous belief about the link between autism and vaccinations.
While others are against the vaccinations because they see it all as a giant and evil conspiracy run by drug companies, Big Pharma", to exploit the public and its own wallet.
So, this nurse ( and a mother) called Meggie Doodle thought she would use anti-vaxxers' own logic against them. And it proved very much popular on social media as it went viral.
The mother of two from Monterey, California, claims that she believes parents should be allowed to choose whether or not to immunize their children.
However, she believes those same parents shouldn't be allowed to visit the doctor's office or a hospital if their child gets sick.
"I think that people who don't want to vaccinate should have the freedom to do so. If they think that "big pharma" is just trying to turn a profit or poison us all...they should be allowed to believe that."
"But the caveat to that is this: Then they should NOT be allowed to go to the doctor or the hospital when they get sick, looking for treatment."
Meggy explains that 'Big Pharma' - a colloquial term for the global pharmaceutical industry - is also responsible for several other medications and treatments, including antibiotics, steroids, EpiPens, inhalers, and chemotherapy.
"Big pharma makes those antibiotics we are going to pump you full of when you are about to die from sepsis."
"The steroids and epi [sic] we might give you to save your life from your anaphylaxis? Yep, big pharma is behind that too."
"Having a heart attack? Better break out your essential oils and get your affairs in order because the only thing we have to offer you is medicine and procedures brought to you by the very same people who are responsible for those vaccines you insist are evil."
She also acknowledged that vaccines, like everything, come with risks, but have been proven to be effective.
"Everything has risks. Everything has side effects. Medicine is not perfect."
Scroll down to check out her viral post, which has already earned more than 34K likes and 31K shares.
Many people have also shared their own thoughts about the subject as well.