Monday 9 May 2022

Man celebrating end of Roe vs Wade has ‘my body my choice’ anti-vax profile picture


Man celebrates end of Roe vs Wade

An American man who is today celebrating the potential end of a woman’s right to choose, is seemingly unaware his social media profile picture literally says ‘my body my choice’.

Chuck Williams, whose social media profile is full of anti-vax memes and mixed in with strongly worded status updates about the ‘true nature of sin’ sees nothing wrong in holding a position where he is free to choose, but a woman is not.

He explained, “The Supreme Court is finally going to end the practise of murdering babies, and I couldn’t be happier about that. Anyone who tries to suggest the right to choose a pregnancy with the right to choose a vaccine clearly doesn’t get it.

“The situations are very different because a woman’s right to choose affects her and the life of another human being – so it’s a decision you shouldn’t be allowed to make –  whereas my decision on taking the vaccine only affects me and the lives of all the other people I will interact with in my unvaccinated state – which is a decision I should be allowed to make. They’re very different, see?”

Meanwhile, non-morons have pointed out that vaccines are still entirely optional, even when they are strongly encouraged, and though most people would prefer he was vaccinated, no one is suggesting he find himself in prison for refusing to have one, despite whatever this morning’s meme told him.

Williams is also concerned that his non-vaccinated status could see him treated like a second-class citizen by some parts of society.

He went on, “We have to make sure private companies aren’t free to pick and choose who they serve, and that they can’t treat certain sections of society differently just because of their perfectly legal lifestyle choices. They should serve everyone, equally.

“Well, unless it is a Christian baker and someone wants them to bake a gay cake – you can say ‘no’ then, obviously. But that’s different, because its a belief I hold, rather than one I don’t.

“Anyway, I can’t wait for the government to make some new laws to tell businesses exactly how they should and shouldn’t behave – because otherwise before you know this county will be like all those other communist ones.”

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