‘Coach’ Dave is an Anti-Vaxxer Too

With all the other bizarre and inane views that “Coach” Dave Daubenmire has, it certainly shouldn’t be a surprise that he also thinks that vaccines cause autism and a bunch of other bad things. But he says if you have the holy spirit, you’ll be able to know the truth about everything — the fact that he’s wrong about everything notwithstanding.

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  • rationalinks

    Wow, would have never saw that coming. Ignorant blowhard is ignorant.

  • matty1

    Lets break this down.

    Premises

    1. If you have the holy spirit you will know the truth

    2. Daubermire thinks vaccines cause autism

    3. It is not true that vaccines cause autism

    Conclusion Dave Daubermire does not have the holy spirit.

  • Mike Morris

    Daubermire’s holy spirit is gas.

    He also has a great need for cash as he cannot seem to keep a job very long.

    Anti-vaxxers are another cash source he hopes to tap.

  • raven

    This isn’t a good time to be an anti-vaxxer.

    1. We all know about the Ebola epidemic. Which is still in the getting larger, not smaller stage and is already a major disaster for West Africa.

    2. Right now, there isn’t much we can do. No approved antiviral drugs, no vaccine. It’s all barrier medicine and supportive treatment and half or more will die anyway.

    3. There have been Ebola vaccine programs since 2001 or so. They’ve been creeping along for over a decade, underfunded and all but ignored.

    4. All of a sudden they are being rushed into clinical trials. It’s probably too late for this outbreak but they don’t know that for sure. One might be ready early next year. If we need it then, the standard tactics used now will have failed and potentially the world is in big trouble.

    5. But an Ebola vaccine would have been nice and would have made a huge difference if we had it before rather than after 10,000 to 20,000 people have died on at least three continents.

  • Michael Heath

    matty1 writes:

    Premises

    1. If you have the holy spirit you will know the truth

    2. Daubermire thinks vaccines cause autism

    3. It is not true that vaccines cause autism

    Conclusion Dave Daubermire does not have the holy spirit.

    We could come to another conclusion if we add this premise: Sometimes the holy spirit likes to fuck around and misinform his sheep.

    The conclusion could then be: Perhaps people are better off avoiding becoming possessed by the Holy Spirit.

  • lorn

    When one builds the structure of their life on top of the sand of a lie the structure can never be straight and level. As the person builds upon that unsteady base twisted falsehoods will always provide an easier fit to the existing structure than plumb and level bits of the truth.

    This is the driving force behind ‘woo magnetism’ and why people who get one thing wrong in a broad and confident way are at such risk of getting everything else wrong as well.