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Megyn Kelly Publicly Says She REGRETS Taking the COVID Vaccine, Suspects It Caused New Medical Issue
Megyn Kelly joins Dan Bongino, becoming one of the few high-profile personalities to express vaccine regret publicly.
Megyn Kelly just fired a shot heard around the world against the “safe and effective” narrative. In a viral video clip shared by “X” user Chief Nerd, Megyn Kelly joined Dan Bongino, becoming one of the few high-profile personalities to express vaccine regret publicly.
“I regret getting the vaccine even though I’m a 52-year-old woman because I don’t think I needed it. I think I would have been fine. I had got COVID many times, and it was well past when the vaccine was doing what it was supposed to be doing.
And then, for the first time, I tested positive for an autoimmune issue at my annual physical. And I went to the best rheumatologist in New York, and I asked her, do you think this could have to do with the fact that I got the damn booster and then got COVID within three weeks? And she said yes. Yes. I wasn’t the only one she’d seen that with.”
So, Megyn Kelly has a new autoimmune issue, and she suspects it is highly likely that the vaccine caused it.
Kelly also revealed last year that her sister died suddenly and unexpectedly.
“I got to tell you that something really sad happened in my family over the weekend,” announced Kelly on October 24, 2022. “My sister died. She was 58. Her name was Suzanne Crossley. And she died suddenly on Friday of a heart attack.”
“She hasn't been in very good health over the past couple of years. It's like sort of one problem after another. So it was sudden, and it was unexpected.”
It’s refreshing to see Megyn Kelly speaking out.
These are the kinds of videos that open up the floodgates for everyone to start doubting the experimental shots they took. How long until more celebrities start questioning the COVID-19 vaccines as the cause of their newfound medical issues?
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