More than 30 million doses of Covid-19 vaccines have been administered around the world as nations are rushing to vaccine their population. Most countries prioritize the immunization of essential workers and the most vulnerable.
We do understand that some people have some skepticism when it comes to the vaccine, but that’s just one piece of the puzzle.
Many people on the internet are sharing conspiracy theories about the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, ranging from alegged 5G microchips to the vaccine supposedly altering your DNA.
Ben Palmer is a man from Los Angeles that decided to stand on the frontline against the disinformation about the vaccines. He’s been taking it to the internet, pretending to be an anti-vaxxer using different names, only to take it to the real vaccine skeptics and Covid-19 disbelievers. Oh, did we mention his posts are hilarious?
Palmer told Bored Panda that he draws his inspiration from his fans who enjoy his content, and from the numerous real anti-vaxxers on the internet.
We must admit that Palmer is the trolling expert, and we invite you to check out some of his posts below.
This is how people reacted to Palmer trolling the poor anti-vaxxers:
Source: Bored Panda