Jenny McCarthy To Speak Locally About Child Vaccinations

Jenny McCarthy: "One Poke Per Visit"
Jenny McCarthy: “Only One Poke Per Visit”
  • Free events tentatively scheduled at the Briar Patch Community Room in Grass Valley
  • Saturday September 10th at 10:30 AM, 1:00PM and 2:30PM
  • Books and autographs available for sale after each discussion.

Playboy Magazine’s 2003 Playmate of the Year and controversial author Jenny McCarthy will be coming to Nevada County to speak about the threat of autism from childhood immunizations. In 2007 McCarthy announced that her son Evan was diagnosed with autism two years prior. Before claiming that her son’s autism was caused by vaccination, McCarthy wrote that he was a gifted “crystal child” and she an “indigo mom”.

Evan’s disorder began with seizures and his improvement occurred after the seizures were treated, symptoms experts have noted are more consistent with LandauKleffner syndrome, often misdiagnosed as autism. She has denied that her son was misdiagnosed. McCarthy served as a spokesperson for Talk About Curing Autism (TACA) and participated in fundraisers, online chats, and other activities for the non-profit organization to help families affected by autism spectrum disorders.

McCarthy’s book on the subject, Louder Than Words: A Mother’s Journey in Healing Autism, was published in 2007.

In 2008, she appeared on a Larry King Live special dedicated to the subject, and argued that vaccines can trigger autism:

McCarthy reacts to a heckler in the audience during a recent speaking engagement.
McCarthy reacts to a heckler in the audience during a recent speaking engagement.

“If you ask a parent of an autistic child if they want the measles or the autism, we will stand in line for the fucking measles. The reason why [parents] are not vaccinating is because the vaccines are not safe. Make a better product and then parents will vaccinate. I think I would have skipped the chicken pox [vaccine]. I had it when I was little. To me, I’m not too worried about Evan dying from chicken pox. There should be some vaccines that we can go, ‘Hmm, maybe not.'”

 “We are demanding safe vaccines. We want to reduce the schedule and reduce the toxins. I believe in the importance of a vaccine program and I believe parents have the right to choose one poke per visit. Should a child with the flu receive six vaccines in one doctor visit? For my child, I asked for … one shot per visit instead of the multiple shots they were and still are giving infants. Again I ask, what happened to critical thinking?”

Roy Riffle
Roy Rifflehttps://www.facebook.com/roy.riffle.5
Our youngest columnist, Roy Riffle gained fortune, though not necessarily fame, when at 9 years old he coined the phrase "Obey Your Thirst". Some of his smugness stems from "having read the bible and understanding the metaphors." Roy is currently the only Millennial on Gish Gallop payroll. And hopefully the last.

More from author

2 COMMENTS

Related posts

Advertisment

Latest posts

Sotheby’s To Auction Off Original Prototype of MyPillow

Sotheby’s stuns with a once-in-a-lifetime auction, offering the original MyPillow prototype—purportedly stuffed with the essence of the American dream—set to redefine luxury sleep and history, one overpriced, patriotically infused bid at a time.

McDonald’s Bids Farewell to Epstein Island’s Last Golden Arches Amid Controversial Legacy

The McDonald’s on Epstein Island has shuttered its windows for good, marking the end of what the company now refers to as a "misguided adventure in international franchising." The closure comes amidst a whirlwind of controversy and a belated corporate acknowledgment that some locations, no matter how potentially profitable, are better left un-McTouched.

Bombshell Uncovered: Hunter S. Thompson’s Lost ‘Dr. Strangelove’ Audition

A recently unearthed photograph has revealed the unimaginable: Hunter S. Thompson, king of gonzo journalism, once commandeered the captain’s seat of a B-52, not in the throes of a drug-fueled fantasy, but as a contender for the iconic role in Kubrick’s 'Dr. Strangelove.' The discovery challenges everything we thought we knew about the man who lived on the edge of American sanity.