There are few pastimes that clear the skin of science lovers more than dragging an outspoken anti-vaxxer. The uptick in loud and proud anti-vaxxers in recent years is far more insidious than other woo-woo trends, as this strain of misinformation presents a full-on public health threat.
To add to the very real existential threat, anti-vaxxers routinely defend their position with arguments that are glaringly self-contradicting. There was of course, the concerned anti-vax mom who asked how to protect her son from measles and was frustrated when she received endless suggestions to vaccinate him.
There was also the mother of five who said her children don't need vaccines to be protected, because they will be protected like Jesus was. This was quickly shut down by someone wh pointed out that Jesus died by way of rusty nails, which could also coincidentally kill an unvaccinated child.