TikToker destroys anti-vaxxers with hilarious Halloween gag 1 month ago

TikToker destroys anti-vaxxers with hilarious Halloween gag

The TikTok anti-vaxxers are not happy

A TikToker has gone viral for her unique approach to Halloween decorations. Rather than opt for the usual cobwebs and pumpkin patches, Linda went with a very visual depiction of perished anti-vaxxers.

@lindamcafee3 #halloween #toomuch?#andnowwewait ♬ Monkeys Spinning Monkeys - Kevin MacLeod

Linda McAfee, who goes by @lindamcafee3 on TikTok, posted a video outside what you can assume is her house. Along the grass are skeletal parts, some of which are submerged in the ground as if half-buried.

Each of the skeletons holds a sign that pertains to their cause of death.

"I refuse to live afraid," reads on a sign embellished with typically hippie symbols.

As the camera pans, we see that this is not the only Covid-themed Halloween decoration on Linda's lawn.


The following skeleton is half-buried with a sign that reads, "I don't know what's in it".

Linda is taking the favourite phrases of anti-vaxxers and flipping them in a rather macabre way. That isn't to say it was not taken in good jest by many, with one person asking if she could copy the idea.

"Personal Freedum," says the next sign, with one fan suggesting she include Joe Rogan's favourite medicine Invertimicin in the next iteration of her TikTok.

Of course it's a conspiracy/Via @Lindamacafee3

The last two signs are by far the most recognisable phrases. "I did research," says one with the Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube logos beside it.

Of course, it wouldn't be an anti-vaxxer phrase round-up without their signature it's a "government conspiracy".

But not everyone in the comments enjoyed the video, with a good deal of the 5,000 comments taking aim at Linda's Halloween trick.

"The anti-vaxxed are becoming an oppressed minority," wrote one TikToker.


Another said: "Please stop telling us to do with our own bodies when it literally doesnt affect you...seriously!"

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