What a thoroughly dishonest fucking way to argue. Every single time anti-vaxxer, right libertarian, or what have you makes an argument it always hinges on dishonest presentation.
The whole phrasing is so weasely >when you take a child
Nobody is taking anybody. You could have phrased it any other way, but you know this phrasing sounds most nefarious.>you give them a rushed vaccine
Yes, a rushed vaccine that was rushed because of the urgency of the situation. A rushed vaccine that was proven effective, but of course you omit the "effective" part.>created by a criminal corporation
Completely irrelevant and dishonest red herring. Pfizer isn't the only corporation making these, and even if it were, the fact that it is a "criminal corporation" is irrelevant to whether the vaccine is effective. Again, the only reason to bring it up is to manipulate the reader with fear, uncertainty, and doubt.>to save one obese individual
No, the point isn't to save one obese individual, the point is to save everyone who might be vulnerable, including adults with compromised immune system, little children and elderly, and to not let the virus persist and mutate.
It's the same charlatan-level arguments used in every one of those memes. If there was scientific agreement supporting their case, anti-vaxxers would have jumped on it. They don't because they know there isn't one.