Reality star Tila Tequila, whose insane Twitter rants continue to make headlines, voiced her support for the anti-vaccine movement Tuesday calling the injections a crime against humanity.
In a series of tweets, Tila railed against parents who vaccinated their children and the state of California, which requires mandatory vaccines before children enter public school.
Izzy has only been sick twice this entire 15 months vs vaccinated kids who’s sick year round every month.
This cutie is so highly advanced & aware of her surroundings cuz she's never been vaccinated nor will she ever! pic.twitter.com/qyUk6bfA6X— Tila Tequila ☺ (@AngelTilaLove) February 16, 2016
Claiming that vaccines given to children to protect them actually wind up harming them, Tila has vowed never to inject her daughter with the medicine. This isn’t the first time the issue has come up either.
In October, 2015, Tila posted a lengthy anti-vaccine argument to her Facebook wall where she claimed forcing parents to vaccinate their children was a serious crime and the injections themselves amounted to “mass genocide.”
“God made us perfect. He made our babies perfect. He gave us super abilities to heal ourselves through him and our faith.”
Miss Tequila, like many in the anti-vaccine movement, question the effectiveness of the injections and claim the side effects can cause autism, something the medical community vehemently denies.
ANY MAN BESIDES GOD, who is FORCING YOU TO INJECT ANYTHING INTO YOUR OWN FLESH AND BLOOD IS A CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY!!!!
Most of my friend's babies who got vaccinated either don't speak or are much slower in developement vs Izzy's. But do whatever u want man...— Tila Tequila ☺ (@AngelTilaLove) February 16, 2016
Tila’s latest foray into social media does nothing to improve her assertion that she’s mentally stable, something her baby daddy claims isn’t true.
Thomas Whitaker is suing Ms. Tequila for full legal custody of the couple’s 14-month-old daughter claiming Tila has some screws loose. He also wants her to avoid alcohol 24 hours before caring for their child.
Tequila’s claim that she died in 2012 and came back as a robot clone of herself probably isn’t helping her sanity argument, but then neither is her $10,000 plea for help.
Citing her rising housing costs, Tila created a GoFundMe account and asked fans to help her move into a new apartment complete with new furniture and bedding. She promised to personally call everyone who donated money to her campaign.
A beautiful mind.... I love you. ???????? pic.twitter.com/PFQUgvMkvu— Tila Tequila ☺ (@AngelTilaLove) February 17, 2016
Several GoFundMe users appear to have taken offense at the reality star’s plea for other’s people money; they set up accounts offering to move Tila to Canada or shoot her into space for a nominal fee.
Despite, or maybe because of, her insane Twitter rants, Tila continues to make headlines and that may be part of her plan.
Tila Tequila started life as Thien Thanh Thi Nguyen in Singapore before moving to Texas and rebranding herself. She went on to work as a nude model and gain a huge following on social media.
Tequila even had her own television show A Shot At Love With Tila Tequila, where 16 men and women competed for her love. Later, she was kicked out of the Celebrity Big Brother house after producers discovered her social media post where she was wearing a Nazi uniform cap.
She’s been back in the news lately with her rather insane Twitter rants claiming the earth is flat, the moon was put in the sky by aliens, she’s actually a clone of herself, and, oh yeah, she’s the messiah.
Tila’s crazy social media outbursts have kept her in the news and that may be her plan to remain relevant. She was even filming in Vegas recently for an upcoming movie. It might be her comeback.
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