Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Anti-vaccination nutter - Stop Jenny McCarthy

"In June 2007 Jenny McCarthy began promoting anti-vaccination rhetoric. Because of her celebrity status she has appeared on several television shows and has published multiple books advising parents not to vaccinate their children. This has led to an increase in the number of vaccine preventable illnesses as well as an increase in the number of vaccine preventable deaths." See also

CORRECTION, June 20: I just checked and I've been misled by articles I've read. McCarthy clearly states she is not against vaccination but against the scheduling - the quantity. However, what she does advocate goes against global scientific consensus (see ) and she's way out of her depth.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jenny McCarthy knows her son is not autistic and doesn't seem to care. She knows he was diagnosed with febrile seizures, suffered from subsequent
asphasia and developmental delay, and then slowly got better....and she doesn't care if that doesn't equal autism. She also doesn't care that many
families raising truly autistic children have been hurt by her false hopes and narcissitic claims that she "healed her son's autism" Well, it's not hard to
heal autism, when the kid wasn't autistic to begin with. Duh. We are living in dangerously dubious times, where the only criteria for credibility seems to
be if you appear on Oprah and have Dutton publish your book. Nobody's checking facts. If they did, they'd see McCarthy has made an incredible claim that
is rooted in new age belief...the laws of attraction and the power of now. Yes, jenny we hear you. You are louder than words. Probably, because you
know if you aren't loud, people will hear the soft lies behind everything you say and do. But your time is coming Jenny....the time of your exposure for
the Ester Hicks new age loving fraud you are and how you lied about your son's autism and stole the stories of other parents who have actually lived
with autism and USED these stories in your if to make others believe you get it. You don't get it, Jenny. You never will, because you haven't
lived with're living off the experiences, trials, tribulations, tears and heartaches, joy and blessings of others who actually know and live autism

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