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Anti-vaxxer radio host accuses Jon Stewart of being a vaccine ‘Nazi’ for opposing ‘healing liberty’

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Responding to Daily Show host Jon Stewart’s criticism of both the far left and far right wings of the anti-vaxxing movement, an anti-vaccination promoting radio host compared the Jewish comedy host of being a “Nazi” ready to put the anti-vaxxers in “concentration camps.”

Robert Scott Bell, who broadcasts on the Natural News Network, accused the news and comedy show host of waging war on “all of us who believe in health freedom and healing liberty.”

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On Wednesday night’s show, Stewart aimed most of his ire at west coast liberals who refuse to vaccinate their children based upon discredited or trendy health advice found on the Internet.

“They’re not rednecks. They’re not ignorant. They practice a mindful stupidity,” Stewart said. “If we want to get rid of measles, they’ll just steam them out of their vaginas.”

Bell took exception to Stewart’s comments, saying, “He’s ready to take us out and put us in concentration camps.”

Stewart “just basically said you people that are not vaccinating your children, you’ve turned your children in ticking biological time bombs and now we have to act, ” Bell said, before continuing his rant.

“This is basically how they said the Jews — the scourge of the world — we’ve got to take them out. We’ve got to take out the gypsies, we’ve got to take out the gays. Now we’ve gotta take out the people who are aren’t vaccinated under the guise that they are unclean.”

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Acknowledging that Stewart is Jewish like himself, Bell reminded the host about the Holocaust, saying, “if he knows anything about the Holocaust here, he’s throwing his fellow liberals under the bus but he’s throwing all of us who believe in health freedom and healing liberty and a natural way of life.”

On his Twitter account, Bell links to articles calling coverage of the measles outbreak a plot by “Big Pharma” to create vaccine “hysteria,” while mocking the CDC over the polio vaccine.

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Listen to a portion of Bell’s show, uploaded to YouTube, below:

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