She claims that, due to the 'bastardisation of climate science', people have come to distrust science - as they wander around on cold, windy days, they remember global warming, and consequentially, they throw vaccination to the wind:
"In Vaucluse and Mosman, among the very people who drank most heartily of the climate Kool-Aid, are parents who reject the evidence that vaccination saves lives. They prefer to believe hocus pocus claims that immunisation against once-lethal childhood diseases leads to autism or brain damage."
Let's have a look at some of the articles published by the Daily Telegraph, with regards to vaccination:
HPV vaccine link to infertility needs to be tested, says Miranda Devine
|Thanks for the science, Miranda.|
Not all of their coverage of vaccination constitutes pseudoscientific scare-mongering, but they do possess their fair share of attention-grabbing, scary anti-vax coverage. The hypocrisy of Miranda Devine is mind-boggling.
|The Daily Telegraph bravely champion a scientific mindset. My heroes!|
The Daily Telegraph's variable attitude towards science reporting does not stop with the repetition of vaccination myths. Some other fun topics covered by The Daily Telegraph and their partners:
|CAN YOU FEEL THE SCIENCE?|
Let us end with the infinite wisdom of Miranda Devine:
"But we should also sheet blame for the rise of irrational beliefs where it belongs, to those who corrupted science for ideological purposes."