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Mean girlsManaging Editor's Note: You'd think that during autism awareness month media mean girls would at least try to acknowledge that Jenny is an autism Mom - and give her credit for helping her son into recovery. Not so for these two shrews - who delight in joining in the nationally cooridinated campaign to BULLY Jenny McCarthy at every turn. It's unseemly - and I can think of NO other diagnosis except for autism - in that it is connected to vaccination - that would garner such vitrolic venom as if we and our children were Christians in The Coliseum of ancient Rome. Attacking us is now a bloodsport - more popular than boxing. KS


My husband watches Fox News regularly.  I really can't watch anything myself because my free time is spent looking at autism stories on Google News.  Anyway, on April 16, Richard told me that the Kelly Files had this scathing attack on Jenny McCarthy.  I found the 5 minute video and listened in disbelief.

Kelly Files

Megyn Kelly: "Jenny McCarthy is known by many as 'an autism activist.'  The model and actress getting a lot of attention over the years for her warnings about vaccines, after her own child was diagnosed with autism.  As cases of mumps, measles and whooping cough continue to pop up in America, she has come under fire for her vocal positions.  AND NOW SHE SAYS SHE WAS NEVER ANTI-VACCINE." 

(The emphasis is mine because of the way Kelly said those words.) 

Next was a clip from Larry King Live where McCarthy called for safe vaccines. "Make a better product and then parents will vaccinate." 

Several more clips were shown where McCarthy stated that she believes in the link between vaccines and autism. 

Kelly then had Dana Loesch, conservative radio/TV show host, join her. 

Kelly: "It's really shocking to hear her now talk about how she actually says she's PRO-VACCINE.

(Background now showed viewers McCarthy at the "Green Our Vaccines" rally 2009.) JENNY SPEAKS

Dana Loesch: "Yeah, that kind of shocks me as well, Megyn.  I know Jenny. I've guest co-hosted on The View and I've sat by her. And that's one of the things she's told me, ...'I've never said I was against vaccinations.'  But her quotes clearly say otherwise.  If you're not against vaccination, you don't say things like, 'Well, if we're going to stand in line for either autism or measles, then we're going to stand in line for measles,' because you've presupposing that all vaccinations are triggering autism.  You're entitled to your own opinion, but you're not entitled to your own set of facts. Science is disputing this. This is a really serious issue.  Megyn, I know you have little ones. I have kids as well. I don't like being looked as though I'm a bad mother if I don't believe whatever junk science comes out one day to the next about vaccinations.  All I know is that when I have a question about vaccination schedules, I'm going to go to my pediatrician, the person who has studied this."

Kelly: (interrupting) "And not Jenny McCarthy.  ...She raised a lot of people's fears about this.  In her defense, Dana, she did also come out and say along the years, 'It's not the vaccines per se, it's what's in the vaccines.'  But the overall message was very anti. But in her defense, I want to play some of the context that she is now saying has been 'left out.'  ...."

What followed were various clips of Jenny McCarthy saying things like, "What I really am, is anti-toxins in the vaccines."  "We're not telling people not to vaccinate. . .We deserve safe shots and a safer schedule.

Kelly: "So she's basically saying, 'We're not anti-vaccine, we're just anti-several of the ingredients in every single vaccination that you want to give your child.' "

Loesch: "And that's not even supported by science. Megan, this is also the same woman who promoting E-cigarettes. You're inhaling nicotine into your body.  If you want to talk about toxins.  She's a big supporter of getting ...Botox--that's one of the deadliest things you can inject into your body. She's for those toxins, so I'm not really quite sure where she draws the line on that.  But, you're right, she has a position of influence and it is wrong to sort of--"

Kelly: "I was told by a pediatrician I respect a lot that the pediatrician crowd has decided that they can't fight her. What he said was, what are these pediatricians, these experts who do these studies, they're old guys with beards and gray hair and they think, 'I'm going to go out there.  Who are people going to listen to? Me droning on about some study 'or are they going to listen to this vivacious, beautiful well-known celebrity holding up her child who has autism, saying, I'm telling you, the vaccines did it.' 

"What parent is going to walk away saying, 'Oh, but she was only talking about a couple of ingredients, so I'll go ahead and do it anyway.'"

Loesch: "Yeah, and that's the other thing.  I get a little angry at those parents who do that because if you care about the health of your child, go and investigate this further than just listening to what a celebrity says on it--"

Kelly: "Because a couple years later, she says something else."

Loesch: "I'm not going to lecture people about heart surgery. I'm not a heart surgeon. . . . Go beyond and get a different medical opinion, not Jenny McCarthy's opinion."

Dear Megyn Kelly and Dana Loesch,

I had to listen to your conversation here quite carefully because I was transcribing it for this piece.  I sincerely hope you go back and listen to yourselves. 

Jenny McCarthy said she's NOT ANTI-VACCINE.  It seems you take issue with her daring to ask that doctors stop injecting toxins into babies and pregnant women. 

Fox News showed a clip of McCarthy on Larry King Live with Dr. Jerry Kartzinel.  That was in 2009   You don't mention the fact that she had a physician with her. He is never named.

She co-authored the best-selling book, Healing and Preventing Autism, with Dr. Kartzinel.

Kartzinel is a well-known advocate for children's health which includes his use of bio-medical treatments on hundreds of children with autism. He used these therapies to recover his own vaccine-injured son from autism. 

In 2008 McCarthy appeared with Jay Gordon, MD on Larry King Live.

Dr. Gordon is a nationally known pediatrician, member of the American Academy of Pediatrics and an assistant professor of pediatrics at UCLA Medical School.

In McCarthy's book, Louder Than Words, the foreword is by David Feinberg, MD.

Dr. Feinberg was the medical director of Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital at UCLA.

It's a little difficult to dismiss the experts who are right there with Jenny McCarthy.  However you two chose not to acknowledge them.

It's incredible to my way of thinking that this report was on the Fox network.  Have you ever seen the interviews done by Alisyn Camerota at Fox?

On Fox News, May 10, 2011, Camerota talked with New York University law professor Mary Holland.  They discussed the fact that a stunning report from Pace Law School revealed that for years, parents have won vaccine damage suits resulting in autism in federal court, all the while the government denied doing so.

Camerota also talked to Dr. Sarah Bridges about how her son developed autism following routine vaccinations. The government agreed and she was awarded a $7 to $8 million settlement for lifetime care.

Check out this Fox News report from 2010. It was about Hannah Poling.  .

Fox's Alisyn Camerota: "Last week, we told you about the landmark case of the nine year old girl, Hannah Poling, who was just awarded more than one and a half million dollars after developing autism as a result of receiving vaccines for mumps, measles, and other childhood diseases."  

Many of us in the autism community are fed up with the way members of the media show no interest in why one in every 68 U.S. children has autism, yet at the same time, they challenge anyone who dares to link the condition to vaccinations.  We've learned not to trust reports that cover up the case of Hannah Poling and the dozens of other vaccine damage cases recognized by the federal government.

Dana Loesch, you advise mothers to talk to their pediatricians, but you don't mention that no doctor is liable for any injury from a vaccination. They've all been protected by federal law.  Instead, parents have to appeal to a federal compensation program where they're up against government lawyers defending the government's vaccine schedule, using government money.  Few parents are ever compensated. Those that are reported take between three and fourteen years. 

Megyn, you infer that Jenny McCarthy is routinely changing her story on vaccines, but there is simply no proof of that.  You also imply that parents are so gullible that just because she's a "vivacious, beautiful, well-known celebrity," we'd believe her, not the medical community.  The truth is, thousands of parents in the U.S. tell the same story as McCarthy.  They took perfectly healthy kids in for routine vaccinations and they were never the same again.  And when a child suddenly stops making eye contact, stops talking, loses learned skills, doctors are helpless--totally helpless.  When my son suddenly stopped looking at me and didn't respond to his name, the only thing I was told by the doctor to have his hearing tested.

I noticed that you mentioned that McCarthy's son has autism but nothing was said about how her healthy, typically developing son suddenly came down with febrile seizures and went into cardiac arrest following routine vaccinations.

She's written about it in her books.

You might want to watch this video message about the media attacks on Jenny McCarthy by Barbara Loe Fisher of the National Vaccine Information Center.

There's a lot you could learn.

You two should consider the genuine coverage Alisyn Camerota has given this issue.  It wasn't Jenny McCarthy saying these things, it was Fox News.  Parents were listening.


Anne Dachel, Media editor: Age of Autism

Anne Dachel Book CoverAnne Dachel is Media Editor for Age of Autism and author of  The Big Autism Cover-Up: How and Why the Media Is Lying to the American Public, which goes on sale this Fall from Skyhorse Publishing.



Sorry about your daughter's struggles.


Thanks Linda:
No, I had not heard about ADD meds - and heart disease, but it does not surprise me since all it is - is a form of meth.

I have a daughter that is on it - once had kawasksis and stubborn ----- enough said about the worry of my life.


You may know this already, but it's new to me...just read this re bipolar in _Deadly Medicines and Organized Crime How big pharma has corrupted healthcare_ by Peter C. Gotzsche, (co-founder of The Cochrane Collaboration) published 2013:

"Drugs for ADHD are dangerous. We don't know much about their long-term harms, but we do know that they can damage the heart in the same way as seen in long-term cocaine addicts and lead to death, even in children. 18 We also know that the ADHD drugs cause bipolar disorder in about 10% of the children, which is a serious condition. 21"

Earlier on the page he states that: "...about a quarter of the children in American summer camps are medicated for ADHD, mood disorder or other psychiatric problems."


Linda put this link upon another blog.

It is an interview with Sharyl Attkisson. According to Shrly they have the left wing and liberal media in their place and made them their puppets.

Appears that Fox News has joined them and now know their place.


Sandy Raitt
That is a pretty good, informative email!
Too bad it is not lack of knowledge on the subject -- but the will to go against the money and career.

The Wessels

The only news I watch can be found on my local news stations. That being said, this type of bullying in the media is not exclusive to FOX news. Far from, as matter of fact. Sad but true.


Oh, my list;
I forgot to add 1 out of 68.
Bipolar increase 40 fold in the last decade
Drug addition - beyond counting.
Auto immune diseaes beyond counting.

And still CDC plays statisical shell games.

Fox News does an about face.


JJennifer Bishop;
I agree with you; I am afraid that Fox News has been shut down.
Pretty powerful people and lots of money.
No longer fair and balance.

Jessica they Fox News have stopped talking about global warming (change) too.

By the way when they take carbon trading or any other fancy way of making money off of the table then I might consider cow farts and me breathing or keeping warm in the winter might be changing the climate.

It looks grim and I am totally depressed but scared more than anything else. .

I have said for years I think they are out to get rid of us, but deep down I did not believe it.

But I get a uneasy feeling when I seen the federal government making big land grabs, out west. They already did here in this part of the country.

I see Holden does not have to answer to Congress any thing about giving guns to the Mexican drug lords

and ---- the IRS can pick on anyone they don't agree with politically

It looks like there is real evil lurking.

Sandy Raitt

Here's an email I sent to Megyn Kelly 4/16/14

Subject: Vaccines: Vac-Gen/Additives in Vaccine Fact Sheet

Megyn, did you read the vaccine ingredient sheet prior to having your children vaccinated, as a good mother and attorney should?

Goodness, where's the "fair and balanced" programming Fox advertises? Last night it was you two against Jenny who wasn't even there to defend herself. Shame on you! Do your homework before you speak, OK? One size does not fit all. Your bias is showing.

Two generations of vaccine injuries
No longer young, naive, or gullible

xxx ooo

A. Fawcett

Fantastic article!!! My fav part:

Loesch: "Yeah, and that's the other thing. I get a little angry at those parents who do that because if you care about the health of your child, go and investigate this further than just listening to what a celebrity says on it--"

What I sooooo love is that the parents she speaks of (us) HAVE done our investigation! Listen, ask any parent why they vaccinate their child and the answers are all the same:
"Pediatrician says we have to"..... "To prevent diseases--based on what my pediatrician said."

Ask any parent why they DON'T vaccinate and boy, you better have a few days cleared out in your schedule cuz this convo is going to take a looooong time.

How long have we been researching folks? Months? Years? They're clueless. And when our son first got diagnosed, I read Jenny's book. And it did way more good for us than harm. She's a warrior and we've joined her in battle.

Jeannette Bishop

Maybe I'm remembering incorrectly, but hasn't Megyn Kelly interviewed autism parents concerned with vaccine safety before with some measure of openness on the subject?

Really this appears an attempt to make bogus "news" out of "newsmakers'" past failures to accurately portray Jenny McCarthy's position. Oh hey, before too many people figure out that what she says doesn't match what we've said she says, let's blame her for the inconsistency!

Also, I don't know or think I know anything about vaccinations because of Jenny McCarthy. I'm pretty sure it's the other way around. I only know about Jenny because she vaccinated under a program that had ample time to clean up it's act (assuming some clean up could have been possible) and didn't bother to do so, and harmed her son, just another statistic as far as the program seems concerned, thus motivating her with what means she had to courageously speak out. Please, give the vaccine program the credit it is due!

The unspoken assumptions of these "news" reports, the putting of the viewer in boxes so-to-speak get me the most frustrated. Don't offer any evidence, let alone proof that parents are "going to Jenny McCarthy" at all, though some are probably looking into things (as FOX pundits suggested themselves) because of what Jenny has been saying.

Here's a novel idea for a groundbreaking news investigation (another false box IMO): Are Doctors Really Qualified as Experts on Vaccine Injury (or Even Vaccine Efficacy) Just Because They've Been Through Medical School? What study and training on the adverse effects of vaccines, their toxicological profiles, or their actual effectiveness do they get in medical school or graduate/research programs? How much training even in toxicology do these people, considered amply qualified to administer known poisons, actually have? How about what kind of research have they undertaken on their own? It seems to me that those who ever can provide information that even comes close to making something like informed consent on vaccination possible got that training solely on their own initiative, often with personal experience as the motivator. I would really like to know if there are exceptions to be found to that impression!

More assumptions: that vaccines always work (except when they don't, then just assume we need more vaccines?), they work the way taught or implied from elementary school up (how come no one ever educates about the chemical additives in vaccines, contamination issues, the history of vaccine disasters, etc., etc. Is it even appropriate to be giving small children the industry propaganda well before they are capable of understanding the complexities and human failings?), the morbidity associated with a disease was all due to the disease (how often are the treatments the problem? or neglect of other health issues?), diseases were gone just because reports of outbreaks were not in the media and now they're "making a comeback" just because we say so (and there's no such thing as vaccine failure? and what is really typical of disease trends?) and the only thing to do about all this is to vaccinate more (how else can a person protect their health?).

There really is much the media could look into to try and help viewers make the best choices on the subject and improve health, if that's the goal.


In addition, those foxes Megyn and Dana stole their whole argument from Frank Bruni's column in the New York Times. I thought they hated the liberal media!!
Megyn and Dana stole Bruni's whole argument--which was ridiculous to begin with and ran a day or two earlier in the New York Times. Both organizations seem both intellectually and morally bankrupt. Also, what happened to history. in the 1990's the vaccines were loaded with the second most powerful known neurotoxin, mercury. The reason it was removed was there was evidence it wasn't safe. So why shouldn't parents be concerned today and ask questions about vaccine safety. blond or not, playboy bunny or librarian. Since when is questioning product safety such a bad thing when in the very recent past--leave today out of it for now--this same product was clearly unsafe.


These women are so stupid!! I've heard it said you can't fix stupid and wow, this would be a big job. Hey, Fox News by the way climate change is also real. Over at the New York Times, you have former restaurant critic Frank Bruni bashing Jenny McCarthy. He doesn't neglect to mention that she was a former playboy bunny as a way to put her down. He sounds sexist. But who is likely to know more about vaccine injury than a mother who recovered her severely injured autistic son or a man who spent his time writing about where to find the best foccacia. Oh, and yeah, he got his sources from science. The kind of science where everyone has a conflict of interest waiver. Really pathetic on both ends of the political spectrum.


I saw the piece as it was delivered and thought at the time that it was way over the top. Maybe she needed filler? Should have never happened. Not your finest moment, Kelly.

Anita Donnelly

What boggles my mind the most is this:

1. Ms. McCarthy witnessed her son have a severe life changing reaction to a vaccine.
2. She discovered treatments that reversed his symptoms.

Here were her two options:
A) Speak out, using her celebrity to help other parents find out how to help their child
B) Recover her own child and stay silent.

Tell me, which is more ethical? Which is more courageous? This attack on Jenny is so incredibly Orwellian it is frightening.

Jenny, I don't know how to thank you but I want you to know that for every corporate spokesperson "journalist" out there there are 100,000 Moms who think you are a heroine,and thousands of infants who will never go through the agony that your son did because you spoke out and they stopped vaccines as soon as their child showed he or she was susceptible.

 Bob Moffitt

Sent my own letter to Megan Kelly regarding her five minute diatribe against Jenny McCarthy .. which was more like a vicious media "drive by" attack on Jenny's personal character .. than a serious attempt to discuss a very serious subject in a "fair and balanced" way.

Shame on them .. and .. shame on Foxnews


RE: Megyn Kelly: 'Shocking' for McCarthy to Claim She Was Never 'Anti-Vaccine'

Plenty of non-bunny parents here with "shocking information" on what happen to their children...

Dr. Janet Levitan SIDS at 3:00 to 6:00

Laura Hayes

Great article, Anne. Thank you for taking the time to listen to this video, transcribe the dialogue, and comment on it.

Personally, I find nothing wrong with being labeled "anti-vaccination", because I most definitely am. Nearly 20 years of intensive research has shown me and taught me that no vaccine has ever been proven safe or effective, and I couldn't disagree more with the theory behind and the practice of vaccination. If these two women, Megyn Kelly and Dana Loesch, would actually take the time to talk to parents of vaccine-injured children (we're everywhere), and then study some of the resources we'd be happy to provide, I know they would no longer be able to maintain their current viewpoints. Ignorance would no longer be bliss. Knowledge would be power. And their remorse for their prior words and actions would be great.

The most completely off-the-mark comment in their dialogue was when Dana said: "All I know is that when I have a question about vaccination schedules, I'm going to go to my pediatrician, the person who has studied this." Dana, I am profoundly sorry and disturbed to have to tell you this, but the vast majority of pediatricians has not studied vaccines whatsoever. In medical school, the students receive about 2 hrs. of teaching on vaccination, and it is mostly on how and where to inject so many vaccines at one time into a tiny body. I could write an extremely long list of what they are not taught, and it is truly mind-blowing. As evidence of this, when I asked our former pediatrician years after leaving her practice, the one whose nurses had vaccinated my children, why she believed the multitudinous vaccines she had given my children were safe to administer, she responded, "Because the pharmaceutical rep told me they were." That is a direct quote.

I strongly suspect, especially if these 2 women continue to vaccinate their children, that they will come to see the truth of the vaccine holocaust. It is just a matter of time in their own families. Whether or not they will make the connections when their children's health, development, and wellness issues surface is unclear, but since all of us aren't going away or piping down any time soon, I'm sure they'll eventually happen upon what we've been trying to tell them.

In the interim, Jenny, don't let these women get you down or cause you to modify what you state publicly. Speak the truth. You've got millions of us moms and dads backing you, not to mention the mounting evidence that will bring this country to its knees.


I so wish there was something we could all do for Alisyn Camerota another brave soul.

I wish there was something we could do to punish the pharma for punishing brave people that speak out against them.


Please watch Clair Patterson fought to get the lead out of gasoline, the story will parallel one day with mercury..
.but before that happens..we will be subject to the authority of science and that science is bought and paid for by the profiteers..


In 2011, Fox News Insider invited Dr. Sarah Bridges onto the show. Dr. Bridges' son suffered a severe adverse reaction to vaccine and won compensation in vaccine court for lifelong care. Her son also has an autism diagnosis. The interview with Dr. Bridges was well done and in depth they let her speak about vaccine causing her sons autism and explain how the vaccine court process works. They did not censor her or derail her. The Fox news reporter listened and was respectful. So why the 180 degree turn on Fox? I don't know who is calling the shots (no pun intended)at Fox news now on how autism and vaccines are reported but viciously attacking Jenny McCarthy is a new twist.

Please watch this interview with Dr. Bridges here:

"Government Paid Millions to Vaccine Injured Kids"- Fox Insider


Thank you Megyn and Dana for bringing Jenny's perspective to the masses once again. Even bad publicity is good publicity if it causes some people to wake up to the disaster. 10's of thousands of parents who report drastic changes including autism in their children post-vaccination should not be dismissed so readily by the media.

To all the parents (the 95% or more) whose children had their shots and suffered no ill side effects, congratulations. Consider yourselves fortunate. But for the Love of God, don't throw the 5% of parents and children who had a dramatically different experience with vaccines under the bus! By throwing Jenny under the bus, you're throwing all of us under the bus!

Our children had a different experience with vaccines. Period.

Just as you would never force feed a child who's allergic to peanuts a peanut butter sandwich, why in the hell would you tell any parent whose child experienced a dramatic health deterioration after a routine shot to shut the f_CK up, roll up your sleeve damnit and get a shot so that we can keep measles, and mumps at bay.

Megyn and Dana, are you really so self-absorbed that you cannot see the other side of this debate?

If so, please at least be consistent and be sure to feed all the children who come to your homes PB&J's regardless of their immune-system differences.


Fox news' Lisa Kennedy calling Kristin Cavallari a communist for not vaccinating was way over the top for me. Very off-putting.


"Fox News is parting ways with longtime anchor Alisyn Camerota, TVNewser has learned. Camerota, a 16-year Fox News veteran, currently co-anchors the 1pmET hour with Bill Hemmer.

Over the years Camerota has been co-host of “Fox & Friends Weekend” and often filled in on the weekday show. As a correspondent, Camerota reported on the 2004 and 2008 presidential elections, she reported from Ground Zero following the September 11 attacks, and anchored ’round-the-clock coverage of the start of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

“For the past 16 years, Alisyn has been a part of the Fox News family,” says Bill Shine, EVP of Programming for Fox News. “From her days reporting, to hosting Fox & Friends and anchoring afternoon programs, she has done it all with enthusiasm and professionalism. We appreciate her contributions to the network and hope for all the best as she embarks on the next chapter of her life.”

Camerota joined Fox News in 1998 from WHDH (NBC) in Boston. Her last day is expected to be later this month. The New Jersey native and her husband have twin daughters born in 2005, and a son who was born in 2007. She plans to take some time off before seeking out her next gig."

THe reason she is leaving is----- how much you want to bet for that famous line of fishy language!


Hi Anne-

I posted this on the Kent "Surrender" story below, I think it is relevant to your article as well so I am re-posting here:

"nsnbc noted a clear attempt to derail genuine dialog in comments to articles pertaining vaccine safety issues. Within a 12 months period from February 2013 to March 2014, nsnbc registered more than 30 different “commentators with different names, who together attempted to post more than 500 comments, posted from only two different IP addresses in Australia and the USA, with one of them leading directly to a pharma sponsored pro-vaccine website."

Thank you for your vigilance and hard work!


Anne, great letter. John, I could see posters of these mindless people captioned "hate speak from rent-a-voice". Says it all.


Bill Hemmer was interviewing an expert during the anthrax scare.

Bill was worried and said he would take the vaccine.
The expert said in a lowered voice on air -- that is a pretty rough vaccine.

Bill Hemmer has learned a lot that day and since like we all have.

You know I don't know why my head was up my butt on the medical professtion being any more caring or careful or less corrupt than anything else human kind has organized.


Funny that Kelly should mention mumps, measles and whooping cough outbreaks. They don't have much to do with Jenny McCarthy. Megyn, I know you don't have much time for reading, but maybe while you're sitting in the chair getting your hair and makeup done....

“This is the story of the MMR vaccine and two Merck scientists who filed a lawsuit in 2010 over Merck’s efforts to allegedly ‘defraud the United States through Merck’s ongoing scheme to sell the government a mumps vaccine that is mislabeled, misbranded, adulterated and falsely certified as having an efficacy rate that is significantly higher than it actually is.’ Merck allegedly did this from 2000 onwards in order to maintain its exclusive license to sell the MMR vaccine and keep its monopoly of the US market....It is known that the mumps component of all MMR vaccines from the mid 1990’s has had a very low efficacy, estimated at 69%. The outbreaks started in UK and Europe in 1998. USA’s outbreaks began in 2006.”

“Get the measles vaccine, and you won’t get the measles—or give it to anyone else. Right? Well, not always. A person fully vaccinated against measles has contracted the disease and passed it on to others. The startling case study contradicts received wisdom about the vaccine and suggests that a recent swell of measles outbreaks in developed nations could mean more illnesses even among the vaccinated.”

“Feb 7, 2013 (CIDRAP News) – Researchers in other countries have found evidence that circulating strains of Bordetella pertussis have adapted to the acellular vaccine, and researchers today reported similar findings for the first time in US kids, based on genetic analysis of isolates from hospitalized children.

Infectious disease experts have been eyeing waning immunity from acellular pertussis vaccines as a contributor to increasing numbers of cases of pertussis (whooping cough) in several countries, and evidence is mounting that another factor fueling the outbreaks could be that the bacteria are adapting to the vaccine.”

John Stone


At the end of the day they just need to destroy the reputation of anyone who speaks up about vaccine damage, and particularly anyone high profile: Jenny, Andy, Katie Couric. It is shrill, ugly and probably desperate. They're losers, and increasingly people are seeing it for what it is: hate speak from rent-a-voice.

Megyn and Dana should feel disgusted with themselves.


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