If you are pro-vaccine and anti-GMO..
No, not a good analogy. The suspicion of and resistance to GMO technology arose over food
, something which people put in their mouths on a daily basis and fed to their kids. And even if people came to trust that GMO-foods were actually safe, there were still nagging questions about the overuse of pesticides, copyrights on seeds, and the corporate control of industrial farming.
Vaccines don't raise the same sorts of objections for a number of reasons. For one thing, the ingredients of many vaccines aren't particularly appetizing either – but people aren't eating
fetal calf serum, dead or weakened germs, and various other antigens. A dose of vaccine might amount to a few milliliters in your arm, a plate of GMO food is a significantly larger amount of food which you have to chew, swallow, digest, and eventually excrete. That's a big difference. And vaccines have been around a long enough time for most people to see them as socially beneficial and largely safe. So I can definitely see why there may be people who are opposed to GMO's on their dinner table but accept GMO technology in vaccine production.
Verdict: the analogy is inept; eating food and getting vaccinated are very dissimilar functions and the OP is simply trying to make reality conform to his "ideological narrative©".