The youngest Kardashian sister Kylie Jenner posted an anti-vaccination photo on Saturday on her Twitter account, criticising the Big Pharma vaccine industry.
Moments after the photo was posted, Jenner deleted the picture amid a furious backlash from fans and mainstream media outlets who labelled her a ‘conspiracy theorist’.
The picture showed a child getting a vaccine with the caption, “Lack of food. Lack of shelter. Lack of clean water. But don’t worry… Billions of Dollars in Vaccines Have Arrived!”
Jenner, who has shown support for alternative media in the past by speaking out against chemtrails, believes that vaccinations can cause serious illnesses such as autism.
That’s a screencap because Kylie was forced to remove the image after severe internet backlash and bullying towards her began occurring.
And now kylie jenner is tweeting anti-vaxxer memes not into this night
— bj clinton (@ALL_catraz) March 13, 2016
— kara nesvig (@myfakeyelashes) March 13, 2016
This is why we can’t have good things https://t.co/SvyNh3OWrX
— Hugo Kitano (@HugoKitano) March 13, 2016
@KylieJenner don’t tell me you’re an anti-vaxxer. 😑😑
— △⃒⃘yme Cullen ★♏️ (@fearlessamy13) March 13, 2016
Kylie Jenner WOULD be an anti-vaxxer.
— shruti (@fruitsuit) March 13, 2016
It deeply saddens me that we now live in a day and age that doesn’t allow us to have differing viewpoints on a variety of matters. I am also disappointed that she removed the post.
However, she is young and concerned about her image and her celebrity (which is her job). In the end, people bullying her is nothing more, than, well, bullying. And it (bullying) is a more condemnable offense than someone having an opinion you might not agree with.
This is why Jessica Beil and Justin Timberlake remain closet anti-vaxxers.
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