Megyn Kelly Reveals Potential COVID-19 Vaccine Injury

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Megyn Kelly’s Vaccine Regret

  • Megyn Kelly, on her podcast “The Megyn Kelly Show” on September 7, expressed regret over getting the COVID-19 vaccine. Despite being 52, she felt it was unnecessary for her.

“I do regret getting the vaccine — even though I’m a 52-year-old woman — because I don’t think I needed it,” she explained. “I think I would’ve been fine.”

Possible Link to Autoimmune Disorder

  • After vaccination, Kelly believed she developed an autoimmune disorder. She recounted contracting COVID multiple times prior to vaccination. However, post-vaccination, she tested positive for an autoimmune issue.
  • Consulting with her rheumatologist, she questioned if there was a connection between the vaccine booster, contracting COVID shortly after, and her autoimmune diagnosis.

“I asked her [rheumatologist], ‘Do you think this could have to do with the fact that I got the damn booster and then got COVID within three weeks?’” Kelly recalled. “And she said, ‘Yes.’ I wasn’t the only one she’d seen with it.”

  • The doctor affirmed seeing other similar cases.

Claims on Vaccine Side Effects in Children

  • Kelly has voiced concerns about the vaccine’s impact on children. In October 2022, she tweeted allegations that the COVID vaccine caused myocarditis, leading to deaths among children.
  • She warned parents to be cautious, especially with teenage boys, hinting at the vaccine’s potential dangers.
  • Earlier, Kelly had shared with Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report that she once viewed the vaccine as a “miracle.” However, she later expressed dissatisfaction with what she perceived as hidden information about the vaccine’s risks compared to its benefits.

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