If you had Jessica Biel and anti-vaxxer bullsh*t on your celebrity bingo card for this year, well done.

The star of '7th Heaven' and, more recently, Netflix's 'The Sinner' met with a noted anti-vaxx politician in the US to help spread the word on why vaccinations are bad. You know, those things that stopped millions of children dying and have helped to prolong life. Yeah, that whole jazz.

Biel posed for photos with Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a noted anti-vaxxer advocate in relation to SB 726, a California state bill that seeks to limit medical exemptions from vaccinations. The bill will strengthen rules governing children in public and private schools and vaccinations. In a nutshell, the bill proposes to make it more difficult for dumbasses parents who haven't vaccinated their children to allow them to register in schools.

Speaking to the Daily Beast, Kennedy Jr. confirmed that Biel is helping him to campaign against the bill, and called her " a very effective advocate."

Just to make it clear, there is endless amounts of hard, scientific data that conclusively states that vaccinations save lives and do not cause any of the batshit diseases that anti-vaxxers claim it does. For example, the US is currently experiencing the single largest outbreak of measles since the disease was considered eliminated by the Centre for Disease Control in 2000. Where are those outbreaks happening, you ask? In places with low rates of vaccination against measles.

So, yeah, vaccinations work and Jessica Biel appears to think they don't. If you're getting your medical information from your one from '7th Heaven', have a look at yourself. Interestingly enough, Jessica Biel has yet to publicly comment on the Instagram posts or clarify her own stance on vaccinations.

For actual, reliable information on vaccinations, here's the HSE's official website on immunisation and why vaccinations work.

UPDATE (14:24)

In an Instagram posted just under an hour ago, Jessica Biel clarified her stance on vaccinations and her reasoning behind meeting with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. "I am not against vaccinations — I support children getting vaccinations and I also support families having the right to make educated medical decisions for their children alongside their physicians," Biel stated.

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This week I went to Sacramento to talk to legislators in California about a proposed bill. I am not against vaccinations — I support children getting vaccinations and I also support families having the right to make educated medical decisions for their children alongside their physicians. My concern with #SB277 is solely regarding medical exemptions. My dearest friends have a child with a medical condition that warrants an exemption from vaccinations, and should this bill pass, it would greatly affect their family’s ability to care for their child in this state. That’s why I spoke to legislators and argued against this bill. Not because I don’t believe in vaccinations, but because I believe in giving doctors and the families they treat the ability to decide what’s best for their patients and the ability to provide that treatment. I encourage everyone to read more on this issue and to learn about the intricacies of #SB277. Thank you to everyone who met with me this week to engage in this important discussion!

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"My dearest friends have a child with a medical condition that warrants an exemption from vaccinations, and should this bill pass, it would greatly affect their family’s ability to care for their child in this state. That’s why I spoke to legislators and argued against this bill. Not because I don’t believe in vaccinations, but because I believe in giving doctors and the families they treat the ability to decide what’s best for their patients and the ability to provide that treatment."