In case you hadn’t heard, actress Jessica Biel has been palling around with Robert F. Kennedy Jr. It seems they’ve found some common ground on vaccines. At least according to the Daily Beast:

On Tuesday, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., an environmental activist whose recent work has focused increasingly on baseless allegations that vaccines are unsafe and can injure a statistically minuscule population of “medically fragile” children, appeared at the California State Assembly beside an unlikely scene partner: actress Jessica Biel. In a series of Instagram posts, first reported in Jezebel by Anna Merlan, the two posed with activists, legislators, and miscellaneous bureaucratic architecture. In the caption, Kennedy called Biel “courageous.”

The duo had come to lobby against SB 276, a California state bill that would limit medical exemptions from vaccinations without approval from a state public-health officer. The bill has been decried by anti-vaxx advocates like Kennedy and vaguely critiqued by Gov. Gavin Newsom, over official estimations that it would reduce medical exemptions by nearly 40 percent.

“The biggest problem with the bill, which is something I think Jessica is concerned with,” Kennedy said, “is that a doctor who has made a determination—if he has found children in this state whose doctors have determined that they’re too fragile to receive vaccinations—this bill would overrule the doctors and force them to be vaccinated anyways.”

“She was a very effective advocate,” Kennedy said of Biel. “She was very strong and very knowledgeable. Extremely well-informed. An extremely effective advocate. She knows what she’s talking about… She’s upset about this issue because of its particular cruelty. She has friends who have been vaccine-injured who would be forced to leave the state.”

Biel has since come out and said that despite hanging out with avowed anti-vaxxer RFK Jr., she is not, in fact, anti-vaxx herself:

Here’s her Instagram Post:

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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 #SB276 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 #SB276. Thank you to everyone who met with me this week to engage in this important discussion!

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But that didn’t stop the TODAY Show from offering up this now-deleted take on things earlier this morning:

“Irresponsibly presented”? Yeah, you might say that. It’s not hard to see why they ultimately deleted that tweet. But not before the Ratio Gods had their way with them:

Let’s take a look at some of the tweets that made the TODAY Show’s take so popular:

We’re wondering the same thing about the TODAY Show.

To their credit, though, the TODAY Show succeeded in doing something few others have been able to do: giving people from all over the political spectrum a common cause.

Don’t be too disappointed. Now that they’ve shown us what they’re capable of, we feel certain they can find a way to do it again.

Meanwhile, Jessica Biel’s credibility isn’t looking super-hot right now, either. Some parting reminders on who she’s getting chummy with:

You have chosen poorly, Jessica.