Twitter user Jack William Rodgers has taken to social media to deliver a stunning smackdown to anti-vaxxers, wrapping up his message in a mesmerising Panic! At The Disco parody.
Back in 2005, Panic! At The Disco burst onto the scene with their stunning debut single, ‘The Only Difference Between Martyrdom And Suicide Is Press Coverage’. Only a few months later, the group would hit the charts with their now-iconic banger, ‘I Write Sins Not Tragedies‘.
Since that classic tune was released, the world has seen a continually-increasing number of young children dying of preventable diseases thanks to the anti-vaxxer movement.
Of course, while plenty of people mock the views of anti-vaxxers as harmless ignorance, others have taken a more pointed approach to confronting the often-harmful views that hold.
One of these examples if that of social media personality Jack William Rodgers who took to Twitter recently to deliver a scathing take on the anti-vaxxer movement.
I Write Sins Not Anti-Vaxx Rants On Facebook pic.twitter.com/b1EFl5LjA7
— sweet baby jack (@JackWilliamRtF) June 7, 2019
Performing a parody of Panic! At The Disco’s ‘I Write Sins Not Tragedies’, Rodgers repurposed a popular Tweet in order to pen the lyrics to a new song dubbed ‘I Write Sins Not Anti-Vaxx Rants On Facebook’.
Changing the chorus lyrics to the catchy “I chime in with a ‘haven’t you people ever heard of vaccinating your goddamn kids?'”, the satirical nature of the track has clearly resonated with Twitter users around the world, with Rodgers’ Tweet receiving almost 50k retweets and over 110k likes in over 24 hours.
Of course, the next big thing that fans want is for Panic! At The Disco singer Brendon Urie to chime in with a swift tick of approval for the song. While fans are trying to bring it Urie’s attention, we’re still waiting for this timely parody to receive even more of the widespread recognition that it so deserves.