This time is nothing the company did or said, but an appreciative tweet from Dr. Sohail Gandi thanking the company for its products and community support.
The anti-vaccers used that to attack Chapman’s once again, this time with a lot of accusations that are false.
The first attacks came when Chapman’s offered a bonus to workers who volunteered to get vaccinated.
"I would not have expected the response I got," said Gandhi, a family physician based in Stayner and a past president of the Ontario Medical Association.
"Some of the comments were basically insults," Dr. Ghandi said. "What I was surprised about was there were some people making allegations about the way Chapman's ran their business without having the facts to prove them."
Those tweets — from allegations of firing employees who refused to get vaccinated, to misinformation about what the company puts in its ice cream — are lies, according to Ashley Chapman, the company's chief operating officer.