Megyn Kelly Says She Tested Positive For ‘Autoimmune Issue’ – Blames COVID Vaccine And ‘Damn Booster’
The former Fox News host Megyn Kelly said she regrets getting the COVID-19 vaccine and claimed to have tested positive for an “autoimmune issue” after receiving the “damn booster.”
Kelly made the shocking assertion during a broadcast of her show last week, amidst an interview with journalist David Zweig.
She began by expressing her belief that she “would’ve been fine” without getting the vaccine, despite being a supposed risk due to age.
“I do regret getting the vaccine — even though I’m a 52-year-old woman — because I don’t think I needed it,” Kelly told Zweig. “I think I would’ve been fine.”
Kelly: The Vaccine Gave Me an Autoimmune Issue
Many people have woken up from the post-COVID haze and realized that, barring being in an extreme risk pool, getting the vaccine was wholly unnecessary in preventing the spread of the disease.
And Kelly was no different, admitting she contracted COVID “many times” in the past, meaning the effects of the vaccine were “well past what (it) was supposed to be doing.”
Natural immunity, in that case, would likely have protected her from contracting the disease or diminished its effect at the same level as the vaccine.
And Kelly seems to recognize that reality now.
Worse, she believes the vaccine or the “damn booster” gave her an autoimmune problem. And her rheumatologist, according to her, agrees.
“For the first time, I tested positive for an autoimmune issue at my annual physical,” Kelly shared.
Additionally, her doctor, the “best rheumatologist in New York,” allegedly told Kelly that she likely developed the issue as a result of the booster, something she’s seen in other patients.
“I said, ‘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 explained. “And she said, ‘Yes.’ I wasn’t the only one she’d seen with it.”
Kelly Discusses Vaccine Regrets With Trump
In an interview released on Tuesday, Kelly challenged the former President Donald Trump on the vaccine, noting that vaccine-injured people are “mad that they were rushed through and that they can’t sue.”
Trump pointed out that, contrary to what Democrats were pushing, he never supported a mandate for the vaccine or masks.
“I didn’t demand anybody take it,” he said, claiming he had been told by some that his administration’s swift development of the vaccine “saved 100 million people.”
That’s a number that seems wildly over-inflated.
Kelly pressed Trump on his role in elevating Dr. Anthony Fauci, a man who consistently spread falsehoods about the effectiveness of mask-wearing and the efficacy of the vaccine during the pandemic.
Fauci told the public that vaccinated people become “dead ends” for COVID-19, a claim ultimately proven to be a flat-out lie.
“You made him a star,” Kelly told Trump.
“This is the criticism of you, that you made him the face of the White House coronavirus task force, that he was out at every presser, that he was running herd for the administration on COVID, and that you actually gave him a presidential Commendation before he left office,” she continued.
When asked if he’d like a “do-over” on Fauci, Trump replied that the disease “expert” was once respected in his field but lost some luster as a result of his fumbles during the pandemic.
Trump, like Kelly, appears to have learned some lessons from mistakes made during the pandemic.
A recent video statement shows him railing against “COVID tyrants” trying to reimplement mask and vaccine mandates, saying, “We will not comply.”
“We will not shut down our schools,” Trump said. “We will not accept your lockdowns. We will not abide by your mask mandates, and we will not tolerate your vaccine mandates.”
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